Rumors are mounting in Buenos Aires that President Alberto Fernández will seek reelection on a ticket of his own while Vice President (and former President) Cristina Fernández de Kirchner would attempt to return to Casa Rosada in a separate bid.
Latin America is going through a critical “pre-explosive” moment with traditional democracy in decadence, “one out of two Latin Americans want someone to solve their problems, even ignoring the law”
This week, the president of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, participated in a sporting event involving people deprived of liberty, more specifically a rugby match between prisoners from Argentina and Uruguay.
A recent study has shown a 40% increase in cases of depression among Brazilians amid restrictions stemming from sanitary measures adopted to fight the spread of COVID-19, it was reported Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke this week to the Chilean President Gabriel Boric and both leaders reaffirmed trade relations and the long standing defense relationship.
Climate change has been confirmed once more to be taking its toll on Earth's shape as an ice island has been discovered in Antarctica which has stayed unchanged even in the presence of bypassing icebergs and other phenomena, according to NASA data.
The Russian Federation was suspended on Wednesday from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), losing with immediate effect its rights and privileges as part of the United Nations specialized agency.
As the ruling Colorado Party still needs to work out the differences between incumbent President Mario Abdo Benítez and his predecessor Horacio Cartés who both endorse separate candidates, Paraguay's left has already picked their nominee - former Health Minister María Esperanza Martínez (2008-2012).
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has given a major speech on foreign policy at Wednesday London's Mayor Easter Banquet in which she said geopolitics is back and called for a reboot in the free world's approach to tackling global aggressors in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.
Chile's first domestic built icebreaker, as part of the Antarctica Project I, will enable the country's navy to fulfill multiple logistic tasks, research operations, supply Antarctic bases and stations, having the capacity to sail in one-meter thick ice.