The UN set an ambitious five year deadline on Wednesday for countries to ensure that citizens worldwide are protected by early warning systems against extreme weather and climate change, the UN chief announced, marking World Meteorological Day.
According to a study by Uruguay's Central Bank released Wednesday, the country's economy has grown 4.4% in 2021, despite all COVID-19 restrictions. The new figures show a recovery from 2020's fall due to the sanitary measures in force, which led to a decline in GDP of 5.9%.
This week RRS Sir David Attenborough visited South Georgia arriving at the upgraded wharf for the first time at King Edward Point marking a new chapter for polar science
One month of war has had a devastating impact on Ukraine’s health system, severely restricted access to services, and triggered an urgent need to treat trauma injuries and chronic conditions. Destroyed health infrastructure and disrupted chains of medical supplies now pose a grave threat to millions of people.
Waterloo Uncovered, the groundbreaking charity that combines archaeology with veteran care and recovery, will be visiting the Falkland Islands this month to begin the first intensive archaeological survey of its battlefields.
Peruvian health authorities Wednesday announced the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine will be needed for people willing to enter public buildings and indoor private spaces effectively April 1.
Chile's Constitutional Convention has agreed to redefine the country as a “Plurinational State” which will also recognize the self-government of native peoples, it was announced Wednesday in Santiago.
The unique marine environment of the Falkland Islands is important to the community and is vital in supporting biodiversity and the economy of the Islands. As part of the role in caring for and managing our marine environment for current and future generations, the Falkland Islands Government is undertaking policy development for Marine Managed Areas (MMAs) for the Falkland Islands.
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, the first woman ever to hold that office, has died Wednesday after losing her battle to cancer, at age 84.
Carmaker Renault, partly owned by the French government, this week reopened its assembly plant in Russia, at a time when many international corporations are closing their businesses because of sanctions imposed on Moscow and public opinion pressure linked to the invasion of Ukraine.