Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou landed late Thursday local time at Bogotá's Eldorado international airport, where he was welcomed by Deputy Foreign Minister Francisco Echeverri.
Despite the fact that Uruguay has been positioned by many indicators as one of the most advanced countries in terms of socioeconomic equality in the least egalitarian region of the world, where access to health and solid institutions with low corruption rates is relatively guaranteed in relation to its neighbors in the region, the Uruguayan Ministry of Public Health (MSP) reported that last year there were 758 suicides, which is equivalent to a rate of 21.39 suicides per 100,000 inhabitants.
Four people were killed after an ambulance aircraft crashed upon takeoff from the airport in Río Grande, in the Argentine Province of Tierra del Fuego, Friday afternoon.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has expressed his agreement with the stance on abortion adopted by the Supreme Court of the United States and insisted he preferred other treatments against COVID-19 over-vaccination.
On a few occasions and at such level, has Argentina had the opportunity to say that if the relation between Argentina and UK is to increase, first we must address the Falklands/Malvinas question, otherwise “that relation will not advance”.
Russia on Thursday summoned Britain's ambassador to Moscow to seek clarification on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's offensive remarks about president Vladimir Putin.
Argentina's Senate Thursday passed a bill whereby the State would take a new approach to health conditions such as HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, and Sexually Transmitted Infections.
The Ecuadorian administration of President Guillermo Lasso and indigenist demonstrators have agreed to lift the current series of protests following a cut in the price of fuel, it was reported in Quito.
Some thirty former crew members of Swift-sure Class nuclear submarine HMS Spartan gathered at the war memorial in Sunderland’s Mowbray Park, county of Durham, and paid their respects to fellow Falklands War heroes who did not make it home.
According to British media reporting, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss had some discordant comments on Boris Johnson's claim that Russian President Putin's invasion of Ukraine was the “perfect example of toxic masculinity” and it wouldn't have been carried out by a female leader.