The European Commission activated a crisis mechanism to compensate for the rise in diesel prices, a situation linked to the war in Ukraine and that is having a significant impact on the European fisheries sector.
Paul Reichler, the solicitor representing Nicaragua before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has turned in his resignation citing moral conscience issued.
A group of 47 Ukrainian refugees has arrived in Brazil Saturday after being assisted by the South American country's Embassy in Warsaw with travel documents and notes to Polish authorities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRE) announced.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this weekend finished their Caribbean tour after stops at the British Commonwealth Nations of Belize, Jamaica, and The Bahamas marking Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee amid anti-monarchy sentiments, in some cases even pushing for Barbados' example to be mirrored.
Paraguay has moved into “winter time” Sunday on the advice of the National Electricity Administration, which seeks to curb consumption. It has thus become the only Mercosur country living under a GMT (or UTC) -4 time zone, while Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil are GMT -3.
The Uruguayan Electoral Court started counting the votes cast for the referendum against the Law of Urgent Consideration (LUC), the main project of the Government of Luis Lacalle Pou, after the closing of the more than seven thousand centers enabled in the country at 19.30 local time.
Rising temperatures in Antarctica have seen two species of plants grow quicker, in a ten year period, because of climate change, according to an article published in Current Biology under the heading of “Acceleration of climate warming and plant dynamics in Antarctica”
As previously communicated, the Falkland Islands Government has recently reviewed all available options in terms of making changes to Covid-19 measures in a careful and measured way. This week Executive Council met to evaluate the proposed options, which included the latest public health guidance and legal advice. As a result, it has been agreed that from 4 May 2022, the existing Infectious Diseases Control (Coronavirus: International Travel, Operator Liability, and Quarantine) Regulations 2022 will be revoked, providing that specific conditions can be met.
Brought into the country in the 1980s by former drug-trafficking capo Pablo Escobar, the 133 hippopotamuses already in Colombia might reach over 400 by the year 2030, and have thus been declared an invasive species Friday.
A Peruvian Court Friday started weighing the habeas corpus writ requested by President Pedro Castillo Terrones in a move to quash charges of treason filed against him after he admitted granting Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean was possible.