Brazil's Foreign Ministry has decided to place under the seal of secrecy all documents regarding President Jair Bolsonaro's trip to Moscow in February this year, the Itamaraty Palace announced Tuesday.
The Presidents of Ecuador and Uruguay, Guillermo Lasso and Luis Lacalle Pou, Tuesday discussed a possible bilateral agreement within the Latin American Integration Association (Aladi).
Brazilian health authorities Tuesday announced the number of probable cases of dengue fever nationwide had nearly doubled since the beginning of the year compared to the same period in 2021.
By Matthew Benwell (*) – At this time of year, the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) take center stage in public and political life across Argentina. April 2 marked the 40th anniversary of what many Argentines think of as the “recovery” of an integral part of their national territory from the UK. The “recovery” was only to last for 74 days before a British task force defeated Argentine troops and reclaimed what the UK government recognizes as British overseas territory – the Falkland Islands.
Rockhopper Exploration and Navitas Petroleum have reached an agreement by which the Israeli company becomes the operator of the promising Sea Lion project located north of the Falkland Islands. This lays the basis for a new technical and financing plan for a lower-cost development of the Sea Lion area.
Brazil's Deputy Attorney General Lindôra Maria Araújo filed a motion before Supreme Federal Court (STF) Justice Carmen Lucia not to move on with a corruption case against President Jair Bolsonaro, citing there was not enough evidence to justify it.
SGSSI has been featured in the New York Times as a shining example of world-leading conservation with measurable positive impact. Charting the visible return of biodiversity within the territory during the lifetime of those who have worked there, the article showcases the role humans have to play in improving the natural environment whilst still living and working in it, underlining how governments can be a force for positive change.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was grilled by in Parliament on Tuesday for the first time since police fined him over illegal bring the booze parties at 10 Downing Street during the coronavirus lockdowns, plus misleading Parliament.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its projections for Argentina's growth during 2022 to 4%, it was reported Tuesday in Washington DC. These figures show an improvement from those released just days ago by other agencies such as the World Bank (3.6%).
United States Exxon Mobil Corp. is drilling in a new area offshore in the northeast of Brazil that could have as much as a billion barrels of oil and gas equivalent, according to its partner Murphy Oil.