The Miami Herald has reported that Andrew Fahie, the premier of the British Virgin Islands, is currently being held in the US after being apprehended in Miami on 28 April over an alleged drug plot. Fahie was appointed to his role of premier by the Queen in 2019 and has been in charge of running the Caribbean island ever since.
Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) has announced it had received this week the request for registration of a COVID-19 vaccine that uses recombinant protein technology.
The President of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, was invited by the government of the United Kingdom to meet with the Prime Minister of that country, Boris Johnson. He will travel to that country at the end of May or the beginning of June, as reported by Montevideo Portal and later confirmed by sources from the president's office.
Argentina's National Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC) announced earlier this week that it was allowing flights to and from Colombia could operate at Buenos Aires' metropolitan Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport (AEP / SABE).
Argentina's Ambassador to Beijing Sabino Vaca Narvaja said China shared all the information on the space program with Argentina. His remarks came after US Southern Command Chief, Gen. Laura Richardson, expressed her concerns over the space station the Asian nation runs near the town of Bajada del Agrio in the province of Neuquén.
The European Union's Ambassador to Argentina said Thursday that if the trade agreement between the EU and Mercosur was to be revived it was now or never.
One day after meeting in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Thursday traveled to Kyiv for an encounter with Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelensky amid heavy shelling from Russian forces.
Ex Foreign Office minister for the Americas, Alan Duncan has said that former Argentine deputy foreign minister Carlos Foradori was a formidable negotiator, despite having written in a book on his memoirs that his counterpart in trade, cooperation and Falklands/Malvinas negotiations at the British embassy cellar in Buenos Aires, rang the following morning to say he “was pissed” since the night before he had drank too much.
The number of NATO nations meeting or exceeding the alliance's spending target has continued to fall, according to the latest official estimates. The UK is one of only eight nations out of 30 believed to be hitting the target and remains fourth in the list of proportional spending.
According to the findings of a study published Thursday in Science, if climate change is not curbed in time, the oceans will suffer a mass extinction as they did some 65 million years ago in the Cretaceous period when a meteorite and volcanoes wiped out life on Earth.