United States public opinion is turning its back on president Joe Biden's administration since over three quarters believe is doing a poor job in handling the US economy according to a CNN/SSRS poll.
SilverSea Cruises has announced an improved package for passengers travelling in any of its three ice-class expedition ships, Silver Cloud, Silver Wind and Silver Explorer. To start with, the Antarctica cruises they will embark and disembark in Puerto Williams for the 2022-2023 season.
The Royal Falkland Islands Police (RFIP) has reminded that the month long Survey on Crime and Policing in the Falkland Islands runs until Sunday 31 July. The survey aims to gain insight into public perceptions of crime in the Islands and how the police have dealt with reported crime or incidents. It is intended to give the public an opportunity to provide feedback on their experiences of contact with the police since 2019, in both emergency and non-emergency situations. RFIP is seeking to hear from people across the Islands diverse community.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou Tuesday announced his administration would seek to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in its current form and that, to that end, he will seek endorsement from all political parties.
Former President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva's lead over the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro has been reported to be at its lowest in the last 13 months, ahead of the Oct. 2 elections.
Criminal charges have been filed Monday against 22 Colombian military officers for the murder of 303 people who were initially reported as “false positives” (peasants said to be guerrillas gunned down in combat) between 2005 and 2008.
The player of the Uruguayan national soccer team, Luis Suárez, published a video on his social networks to give the news that fans of Nacional, one of the most important teams in the Uruguayan league, wanted the most. The 35-year-old forward announced that he has a pre-contract with the club where he was born and said that “in the next few hours details will be finalized”.
Bruno Pacheco, the former Peruvian Presidential Secretary and one of the most wanted men in the country turned himself in Tuesday. He is under investigation in a series of corruption scandals for which the head of state Pedro Castillo Terrones has already been summoned to testify. He had been at large for over 100 days.
Uruguayan peacekeeping forces in Congo have been reported to be in good health after riots took place at the local UN headquarters where the South American troops are stationed.
The unofficial exchange rate between the US dollar (also known as “blue”) and the Argentina peso fell between AR$ 16 and 17 Monday after Economy Minister Silvina Batakis met in Washington DC with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and the World Bank agreed on a US$ 200 million loan to boost the country's coffers.