Some 114,000 have crossed from Uruguay over to Argentina for Tourism Week, a lay holiday version of Easter Week between April 11 and 17. According to local media, 95,000 of them were Uruguayan nationals, followed by 11,000 Argentines and 2,000 Brazilian citizens.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), inflation in Latin America's leading economies has reached its highest levels in 15 years. The finance agency Friday reported that these results were the consequence of the “impact on the pandemic and the war between Russia and Ukraine.”
According to a report published Friday by Agencia Brasil, a group of scientists from that country has found new techniques which could be of use in forest recovery and increase the capture of carbon from the atmosphere. April 15 was Brazil's National Soil Conservation Day.
The European-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (EuroLat) closed its Buenos Aires convention Thursday with a statement from both co-Speakers calling for the resumption of dialogue between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falklands/Malvinas Question, in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations.
The Royal Navy is taking over operational command from Border Force in the English Channel. The service will be responsible for intercepting boats carrying migrants. The decision follows the understanding with Rwanda to have migrants arriving in boats to UK, sent to the African country.
OPEC oil production increased by just 57,000 barrels per day (bpd) in March from February, as African members’ struggles to pump more crude partially offset increases at the core OPEC members of the Middle East, reports Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.
After more than two years during which they were stopped amid the numerous sanitary restrictions to fight the spread of COVID-19, boat crossings between Paraguay and Argentina are scheduled to resume Monday at various points.
After a thorough recruitment and selection process, and in anticipation of the coming tourist season, the Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands have announced the appointment of Allison Kean as the new Visitor Management Officer.
A local scientific study in Brazil has established that those areas where President Jair Bolsonaro had the most votes in his 2018 campaign were also the ones with higher COVID-19 mortality rates, it was reported Friday.
A new study by scientists from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has used computer modeling to rank the factors responsible for the Larsen C ice shelf melt according to their severity. The review is an important contribution to the understanding of the largest remaining ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula.