World Health Organization Director for Europe Hans Kluge Tuesday pointed out during a press conference in Moldova that the epidemiological situation on the continent must still be monitored.
Authorities in Miami have decreed a curfew for the South Beach area following several shootings, one of them on Ocean Drive, which have sparked chaos during the Spring Break celebrations, it was reported.
After its first week in office with acceptable ratings of approval, the Chilean government of President Gabriel Boric Font is eager to speed the passing of an amnesty bill to favor those who were arrested during the Oct. 2019 protests, it was reported in Santiago.
Paraguayan authorities have deported a German family of 17 people who were all unvaccinated against COVID-19. They had sold all their assets to settle in the South American country, where other groups of European nationals have been reported to have migrated to avoid immunization mandates.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro of the rightwing Liberal Party (PL) Monday insisted the country's Judiciary wanted him to lose this year's elections, following Supreme Federal Court (STF) Justice Alexandre De Moraes' decision to ban Telegram unless some content was removed.
US President Joseph Biden will not be traveling to Ukraine during his trip to Europe this week to meet with NATO and EU allies. But British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly expressed his interest in a journey to Kyiv to bring a solid sign of support to Volodimir Zelensky.
The municipal government of Ushuaia, extreme south of Argentina and capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego has created a Malvinas Islands Secretariat, as part of the commemorations of the 40th anniversary of the Falklands' war.
A letter from 34 Brazilian environmental organizations addressed to the European Union called for more effective legislation banning imports from countries involved in deforestation. On Thursday EU ministers are scheduled to meet in Brussels to discuss a proposal banning the purchase of products that fuel deforestation, such as soy, beef, palm oil, cocoa, and coffee.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Monday welcomed a group of executives from South Korean company POSCO (Pohang Iron and Steel Company) who are in the country to build a commercial lithium plant in the province of Salta. POSCO is the world's sixth-largest steel producer.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosted a roundtable at Downing Street on Monday with leaders from the nuclear industry to discuss how to improve domestic energy security and rapidly accelerate nuclear projects in the UK.