A sapling of Sir Isaac Newton's apple tree has been planted in Argentina's Science Park as part of the festivities marking the April 10 Researcher's Day held by the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA), the Ministry of Science, and the Science Cultural Center.
At least 17 people were injured after an unidentified gunman opened fire in the New York subway Tuesday morning, in what appears to have been the doings of a lone wolf, according to local media reports. The perpetrator was not arrested in the next few hours following the incident.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Tuesday said his country was a step closer to joining the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) after a new transfer pricing system was introduced.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tuesday apologized to the people for his involvement and that of his staff in the so-called party-gate scandal, which consisted basically of holding private meetings and celebrations while the population was held under strict lockdown due to COVID-19.
The ruling coalition of Uruguayan president Luis Lacalle Pou expects to use its political capital following victory in the 27 March referendum which rejected overturning a third of his government's program, enacting reforms in the second half of his five year period, according to the latest Fitch Rating report on Uruguay.
Senators from the Uruguayan opposition coalition Frente Amplio are sponsoring a declaration in support of Argentina and its Falkland Islands' claim, recalling at the same time that 763 Uruguayans, from a very miscellaneous background, had volunteered to join the Argentine Army during the South Atlantic conflict to combat Britain.
Local authorities in the Chilean capital have announced a water-rationing program to cope with shortages stemming from 13-year-old droughts, it was announced Monday in Santiago.
Brazil in the first two months of this year became for the first time ever, the main supplier of beef to the United States. In January the US took 45,400 tons of Brazilian beef and in February 25,600, totaling 71,000 tons, ahead of more traditional suppliers such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico, according to US Agriculture Department released early April.
The price of diesel in the Falkland Islands has risen. Gareth Goodwin from Stanley Services was quoted by Falklands Television saying volatility risen from the war in Ukraine following the Russian invasion has caused disruptions in global fuel markets.
Argos Resources shares surged 23% to 2.4p on news that the Falkland Islands government extended its second term PL001 license. The Falklands Islands-based explorer will not need to commit to any additional work to be granted the license between 1 May 2022 and the year-end.