The Queen's Baton for the Commonwealth Games which kicks off in Birmingham on July 28, will be making its stop in the Falkland Islands on June 6 and beginning June 7 in the City of Stanley will make a forty-kilometer relay with some forty volunteers, across the Islands.
Britain's Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a vote of confidence Monday by 211 to 148 but faces a new political scenario after a rebellion from within Tory ranks comparable in size to the one suffered by Theresa May.
Some seven decades ago when the crowing of the princess to become Queen Elizabeth II, Argentine president General Juan Domingo Peron sent as his representative and envoy to the ceremony his vice president, Admiral Alberto Teisaire.
A Colombian court in the town of Ibagué has issued an arrest warrant against President Iván Duque for disobeying a previous judicial mandate to protect the Los Nevados National Natural Park located in the Eje cafetero (Coffee Axis) region, it was announced.
Human rights organizations have raised their concerns over the current situation in El Salvador, where the demise of rule of law is becoming the new norm.
Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou has tested positive for COVID-19 and will therefore skip this week's Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, California, he announced on his Twitter account.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Monday said he would most likely create three new ministers if he is reelected this year: Public Security, Fisheries, and Foreign Trade.
The World Tourism Organization is reporting that tourism continues to recover at a strong pace. Globally, destinations welcomed almost three times as many international arrivals in the first quarter of 2022 as in the same period of 2021, with Europe leading the sector’s rebound. Experts are also looking into the future with more optimism.
Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro said Argentina's President would represent all those countries excluded from the Summit of the Americas starting Monday in Los Angeles, California.
The 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II waved at the crowds and gave a speech from the balcony of Buckingham Palace Sunday on the closing day of her Platinum Jubilee marking her 70th anniversary on the throne, the first-ever such achievement by any British monarch.