While the Argentine peso keeps losing ground against the US dollar, just the opposite is going on across the River Plate, where the Uruguayan currency is stronger every day, having undergone a 12.4% appreciation so far this year.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Wednesday traveled to the province of Jujuy to pay a visit to social leader Milagro Sala, who has been hospitalized after suffering a deep vein thrombosis while under arrest.
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Tuesday said his country would welcome the enlargement of the BRICS bloc made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa by adding Argentina and Iran to the list of member nations.
With climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution exacting a devastating toll on the world’s ocean — critical to food security, economic growth, and the environment — the 2022 UN Ocean Conference opened in Lisbon, Portugal with a call for a new chapter of ocean action driven by science, technology and innovation.
Some 50 irregular migrants have been found dead in the back of a lorry in San Antonio, Texas, in which they were smuggled into the country, it was reported Tuesday.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has wired US$ 3,980 million to Argentina, thus boosting the country's reserves to US$ 42,139 million, it was reported in Buenos Aires.
Once Brazil has been admitted to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD, the ratification process for the Mercosur/European Union trade agreement, will become more viable, according to Brazilian foreign minister Carlos Franca.
Former socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has been handed down Tuesday a 20-year prison sentence by a New York Court for helping her ex-boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein, sexually abuse underage girls.
Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso Tuesday announced in a broadcast message that he was suspending all dialogue with the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (Conaie) after the death of a military officer during an attack by rebel groups against a convoy in Amazonia.
Brazil has recorded the creation of 277,018 new formal jobs in May this year, according to a Labor Ministry report released Tuesday.