Occupancy at Uruguay's hotels has been between 70 and 90% during Carnival weekend, which represented a recovery from a bad Summer season for the leisure industry.
One day after reports from Rio de Janeiro heralded wearing facemasks indoors may soon be over, the Brazilian Cruise Association (Clia) Thursday announced the resumption of the 2021/2022 cruise season as of this coming Saturday, March 5.
Argentina's Finance Ministry looked all set Wednesday to send over to Congress the intended deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), it was reported. But it was still unclear how things would play out since the ruling Frente de Todos does not have an absolute majority in either House.
The World Bank Group announced on Wednesday that it had stopped all its programs in Russia and Belarus, with immediate effect, as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and hostilities against the people of Ukraine.
A copy of the 1983 Franks Report signed by Margaret Thatcher and Minister of Defense John Nott has been donated to the Falkland Islands Historic Dockyard Museum as part of the 40th anniversary of the Liberation of the Islands.
Paraguayan Deputy Juan Carlos Ozorio Wednesday submitted his resignation following allegations that he is involved in drug trafficking and after the Lower House announced his dismissal would be decided by vote.
In the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the global prevalence of anxiety and depression increased by a massive 25%, according to a scientific brief released by the World Health Organization (WHO). The brief also highlights who has been most affected and summarizes the effect of the pandemic on the availability of mental health services and how this has changed during the pandemic.
A Malvina's time capsule with letters, artifacts, memorabilia, plus testimonies from Veterans and families is being organized by Ushuaia Veterans with the support from the Tierra del Fuego capital government as part of the 40th Anniversary of the Malvinas Feat.
The battle Ensign from aircraft carriers HMS Invincible, which as the flagship of the Task Force sent to recover the Falklands Islands played a leading role in combating the Argentine occupation forces in the Islands, has made it to its new home, the Historic Dockyard Museum in Stanley.
Chile's Army Chief, General Ricardo Martínez Menanteau, has turned in his resignation a day before testifying in the case known as Milicogate or Army Fraud.