Less than a week before the end of President Sebastián Piñera's term, Chile's government has announced plans to build a long ditch on the border with Bolivia as a measure to control the migration crisis stemming from the illegal arrival of people.
Argentine Minister of Defense Jorge Taiana and the governor of Tierra del Fuego province, Gustavo Melella laid the founding stone of the Ushuaia Integral Naval Base, which will replace the current naval base, and will be built in two phases including 15.000 square meters military wharf.
China is growing up to its international commitments: two coastal provinces following instructions from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs have started to award fishery stewardship subsidies to its vessels depending on how they implement measures such as catch volumes, respecting opening and closure of seasons, during the previous year.
In a new direct Brexit spinoff, authorities at the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar have confirmed that routine patients may henceforth be ferried for treatment to Spanish hospitals only if their ambulances are staffed by Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) employees who live in Spain or by EU nationals, it was reported.
The Chilean Ministry of Defense announced it will withdraw the invitation to all Russian companies which were scheduled to participate in the 2022 edition of the International Air and Space Show, the largest in Latin America.
Environmentalist groups in Mexico have raised objections to one of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's (AMLO) most publicized works - the Mayan train - is devastating huge swathes of virgin jungles.
Óscar Vidal Martínez, who represents Smiths Detection in Paraguay, has announced the firm plans to strengthen its operations in the South American country in the near future.
Royal Navy sailors showed their support for and solidarity with the people of Ukraine when they called on one of the nation’s most remote outposts. The Navy’s sole icebreaker HMS Protector dropped in on 21 scientists who maintain the polar research station of Vernadsky in Antarctica to check on their welfare.
According to a major London newspaper, Queen Elizabeth II intends to leave Buckingham Palace permanently and change her residence to Windsor Castle. The Times has also said the 95-year-old monarch will only return on special occasions.
A Russian businessman living in the United States has offered a reward of a million dollars for the arrest of president Vladimir Putin, with the purpose of having him sentenced as a “war criminal.”