Two Lebanese nationals and a Brazilian citizen are suspected of having been involved in the murder of Paraguayan Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci while he was honeymooning in Colombia with his wife Claudia Aguilera earlier this week, it was reported.
The Government of Finland Thursday confirmed its country's intention to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), President Sauli Niinistö and Prime Minister Sanna Marin announced Thursday.
Despite the head of state's pro-Native People's rights stance, a Mapuche group in southern Chile Wednesday likened current President Gabriel Boric Font to his rightwing predecessor Sebastián Piñera and called for armed resistance in the face of a possible military deployment.
Mensun Bound, who as Director of Exploration of the team that on March 5 discovered Sir Ernest Shackleton’s sunken ship Endurance in the Weddell Sea, will deliver talks onboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 in 2022 and 2023.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz Wednesday said Argentina was “a reliable partner” upon welcoming President Alberto Fernández in Berlín on the second stop of the South American leader's new European tour.
Following weeks of uncertainty during which incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro was closing in on challenger and former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva in most polls, the Workers' Party (PT) leftwing leader has been once again reported to have an unsurmountable edge which could even earn him a first-round victory comes Oct. 2.
The seizure by Brazilian police of 136 kilos of cocaine on a docked ship in the port of Rio Grande, state of Rio Grande do Sul, clearly indicates the existence of an international drug trafficking route, in the south of the country and neighboring Uruguay.
The European Union aims to finalize and sign at least three stalled trade agreements this year as the bloc looks to reinforce strategic alliances amid the turmoil caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Colombia's Constitutional Court Wednesday ruled by 6 votes to 3 to decriminalize medically assisted suicide. Euthanasia in Colombia is already legal, but in this case, it is the patient and not the doctor who executes the action to end his or her life.
Consumer prices in Brazil increased 1.06% from March, the fastest rise for the month of April since 1996, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, or IBGE, said on Wednesday. Prices rose 12.13% from a year earlier, the fastest pace since 2003. In March, prices rose 1.62% from February and increased 11.30% from a year earlier. Again food and transport had a decisive impulse.