The electricity supply in Cuba's capital city is showing increasingly recurrent cuts as the aging power plants seem to be reaching their point of technical exhaustion.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak won Tuesday's round of voting within the Conservative Party ranks to appoint a new leader who would also become British Prime Minister.
Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo founding member Delia Giovanola passed away Monday at the age of 96, it was announced in Buenos Aires.
Fortuna Ltd. announced on Tuesday the appointment of Barry Rowland as Strategic Advisor of the Falklands' company. Barry is well known to many people in the islands. He will be working alongside the board, supporting the Managing Director and General Manager, Fortuna expressed in a statement.
With the Argentine economy in shambles, inflation out of control heading for hyper inflation, daily increases of prices, and new clamps to have access to some strong currency, --such as the US dollar, which Argentines love--, along the provincial border towns, particularly with neighboring Bolivia and Paraguay trade is done mostly with Pesos, but Bolivianos.
Five domestic and international construction companies are among the short list chosen by Chile's Public Works Ministry to participate in the bid to build the International Antarctic Center, CAI, in Punta Arenas, for which there is a budget of some 70 million dollars.
A column published by the Financial Times has stressed that the administration of President Alberto Fernández needed “stricter targets” from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to keep a “weak and populist” government from running astray.
By BAS Atmosphere, Ice and Climate Change team, Floor van Heuvel, Ella Gilbert, Thomas Caton-Harrison, Ryan Williams, Tom Bracegirdle
Falklands' located South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, SAERI, PhD researcher Amanda Kuepfer and her collaborators have published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science on discard use by black-browed albatross chicks, and how this relates to natural foraging conditions and breeding success.
Extreme temperatures have forced Britain's biggest air base to halt all of its flights in and out. Aircraft to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, have been forced to divert to other airfields. Brize Norton is also the UK air-bridge head link with MPC in the Falkland Islands.