Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Thursday said his country would be a precarious republic had it not been for the military coup d'etat staged in 1964.
Employees of Brazil’s Central Bank (BCB) Friday went on strike to demand better wages. The workers have announced that their measure will continue until an answer has been achieved. The new circumstances affect local payments and other services, it was reported.
The Argentine Government has appointed General Jorge Fabián Berredo to replace General Martín Deimundo Escobal as Operational Commander of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Escobal is under investigation for alleged mishandling of the Simultaneous, Mandatory, and Open Primary (PASO) elections funds.
The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire, has opened a new free exhibition featuring frontline sketches of the Falklands War by Linda Kitson who was appointed as the official war artist by the Imperial War Museum.
Argentina's Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero met Thursday with Chile's new Ambassador to Buenos Aires, ahead of President Gabriel Boric's visit next Sunday in his first trip abroad since taking office.
A group of masked assailants burned three lorries in Chile's Araucanía region four days after the government of President Gabriel Boric decided not to extend the state of emergency on that area some 670 kilometers south of Santiago.
Falklands' flagged RRS Sir David Attenborough is completing ice trials during its maiden voyage to Antarctica – a critical milestone in the commissioning of Britain’s new polar ship. This is the first in a series of trials to get the ship ready for multi-disciplinary science missions.
International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim Khan Thursday announced the opening of an office in Caracas to further strengthen President Nicolás Maduro's pledge to abide by international law in matters of human rights.
The following is a detail of the activities scheduled in the Falklands Islands for Falklands40 in April and May.
With 20 votes in favor and 7 votes against, the Human Rights Council (HRC) of the United Nations agreed to launch a probe to determine whether there was a violation of human rights in Nicaragua.