Paraguayan Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, whose area of expertise was the fight against drug trafficking, has been shot dead Tuesday while on a honeymoon trip on the Colombian island of Baru near the city of Cartagena, it was reported.
The United Nations General Assembly Tuesday decided by 157 votes to none to appoint the Czech Republic onto the UN Human Rights Council to fill the seat vacated by Russia's suspension on April 7 for alleged war crimes committed during the invasion of Ukraine.
The Prince of Wales has for the first time since 1963 replaced his mother Queen Elizabeth II at the reading of the monarch's traditional “Queen's Speech” before the House of Lords.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Tuesday met in Madrid with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on the first day of his European tour which will also include encounters with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron.
The weekly survey of market expectations, REM, from the Central Bank anticipates a worsening of the inflation situation in Argentina, which once the April index is officially made public this week could represent 65% for the twelve months of 2022.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Monday expressed his approval to apply an income tax on the extra wealthy citizens in exchange for easing down on collections levied on enterprises, it was reported.
Bolivian authorities confirmed later Monday they had arrested three people in connection with the explosion of a gas grenade at the Tomás Frías University in Potosí, which resulted in the deaths of four students who were attending an assembly in a closed room.
Argentina authorities have confirmed over 12,000 people changed their ID cards after the Gender Identity Law was passed ten years ago, which allows for people to have their documents in accordance with their self-perceived gender
The latest episode in the saga of Ecuadorian prison riots has left at least two inmates killed and five others injured at the penitentiary in Santo Domingo de Los Tsáchilas, it was reported Monday by the National Service of Integral Attention to Adults Deprived of Liberty and Adolescent Offenders.
LATAM Airlines, which filed for bankruptcy in the United States in 2020 after being hit by the coronavirus-related travel downturn, said around 65% of its low-ranking creditors had backed the restructuring plan, which it said was fair and considered all stakeholders.