A Brazilian court has ordered Jorge José da Rocha Guaranho to be remanded after charging him with murdering Workers' Party (PT) Treasurer Marcelo Arruda in Foz do Iguaçu, a city on the Brazilian sector of the three-way border with Argentina and Paraguay.
Argentina's Economy Minister Silvina Batakis Monday warned that the government of President Alberto Fernández will not spend more than we have, while launching a series of measures aimed at curbing inflation and restoring federal reserves.
Just weeks after two cases of abuses within Argentina's Army surfaced, Paraguay's National Mechanism for the Prevention of Torture (MNPT) Monday confirmed the cruel treatment of cadets at the Francisco Solano López Military Academy (Academil) was common practice.
The United Nations' World Population Prospects (WPP) report released Monday foresees the world's population will reach 8 billion people by November of 2022 and that India will surpass China as the country with the largest number of inhabitants.
The United States Ambassador to Buenos Aires Marc Stanley insisted there would be no special treatment for Argentina following President Alberto Fernández Government's request to cut down the International Monetary Fund (IMF) surcharge.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández and newly-appointed Economy Minister Silvina Batakis reviewed over the weekend a series of measures to be launched shortly in a move to curb inflation and strengthen the Treasury's coffers.
Uruguayan Health Ministry (MSP) legal advisors are to submit Monday an appeal to Judge Alejandro Recarey's decision to suspend vaccination against COVID-19 of people aged, it was reported in Montevideo.
For the European Parliament natural gas and nuclear power plants have been designated as climate-friendly investments. The European Commission released the proposal, formally called the EU taxonomy, in December as a list of economic activities that investors can label and market as green in the EU.
An Argentine man from Salta was allegedly left to die by Bolivian doctors after he could not afford his medical bills in local currency and was told that your money is of no use to us, according to Argentine media.
A ruling by Chile's Judiciary where a Law School team represented the plaintiffs has recognized -based on the examples of Colombia, Argentina, and Canada- the right of non-binary gender people of legal age to change their birth certificate and mark it with an X instead of feminine or masculine, it was reported in Santiago.