The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Friday reported that over two-thirds of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean is already vaccinated against COVID-19, although certain countries have yet to reach even half of their population.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart Boris Johnson Friday discussed in New Delhi a possible Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries, in addition to other matters concerning defense, trade, climate, and energy.
Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez landed Thursday evening in New York in handcuffs and escorted by US law enforcement officers as he was being extradited to stand trial for drug trafficking.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Thursday said he had heard from European representatives a renewed interest in closing a trade deal with Mercosur.
Even before a group of lawmakers could press for an amnesty law, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Thursday signed a decree pardoning convicted Congressman Daniel Silveira, who had been sentenced to 8 years and 9 months in jail by the Supreme Federal Court (STF) the day before.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Thursday launched the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline project during a ceremony at the Loma Campana field in Vaca Muerta, province of Neuquén.
The visiting Argentine reporter Hugo Alconada Mon who spent time in the Falkland Islands reporting for the Buenos Aires daily La Nacion, on the 40th anniversary of the April 2nd Argentine military invasion and occupation of the Falklands, has included a story on an Argentine army officer.
The Nicaraguan Government of President Daniel Ortega Thursday celebrated the International Court of Justice's ruling which found Colombia was in breach of international law when issuing Presidential Decree 1946 in 2013.
The Colombian left-wing candidate, Gustavo Preto and with the most chances of becoming the next president on 29 May, has signed before a public notary a document saying that he will not expropriate private companies or assets.
President Jair Bolsonaro Economy minister, Paulo Guedes said that Brazil clearly condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine but is point blank against imposing economic sanctions on Moscow, a close BRICS partner.