Brazil has recorded the creation of 277,018 new formal jobs in May this year, according to a Labor Ministry report released Tuesday.
Scotland's first minister has proposed 19 October 2023 as the date for another referendum on independence. Nicola Sturgeon said the question would be the same as in the last referendum in 2014: Should Scotland be an independent country?.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has hinted he might purchase diesel from Russia after a telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin, who had reportedly vowed to guarantee the South American country a steady supply of fertilizers despite the ongoing war with Ukraine.
According to a survey released in Santiago Monday, 51% of Chileans would not support the new Constitution draft which seeks to replace the one from the Military Dictatorship era of General Augusto Pinochet.
At least 49 inmates died have died Tuesday during a riot at the Colombian prison in Tuluá, while 30 others and some keepers were also injured, it was reported.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli has been delivered an investment plan by automaker Renault with which the company intends to boost its presence in the country and help reactivate the economy.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Monday told attendees at the G7 Summit in Elmau, Germany, that tax havens “generate social hells,” and called for a new international financial architecture that would be inclusive of “the peripheries of the world.”
Uruguay's Economy Minister Azucena Arbeleche Monday said the Government foresees a 4.8% growth in 2022 and the creation of 40,000 jobs, which would make the lowering taxes feasible.
The German magazine Der Spiegel published back in 1993 an issue with a drawing on its cover mentioning “Dr. Arbeitslos” (Dr. Unemployed) which reported on the dubious future of holders of post-graduate degrees in a labor market that seemed to have no need for them.
A subject still believed to be taboo, sexual violence against men does exist and has been reported to affect 1.8 million people in Brazil, even though the victims might remain silent for ages out of shame and machismo prejudice.