Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri told G-7 ambassadors in Buenos Aires that his political alliance Juntos por el Cambio (Together for Change - JxC) was “ready” for 2023.
China Friday imposed an entry ban on its territory against US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the entourage accompanying her earlier this week to Taiwan in defiance of Beijing's advice not to fuel tensions regarding what the Asian country considers to be a rogue province.
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Saturday warned that the current war in Ukraine and other conflicts worldwide might repeat the disastrous experience that people there in Hiroshima went through 77 years ago.
With the Ukrainian war still raging and making arrangements ahead of next winter, Germany despite its original pledges and with a coalition that includes the Green party, Chancellor Olaf Scholz has admitted for the first time that the country could put off the retirement of its nuclear power grid.
The benchmark for world food commodity prices declined significantly in July, with major cereal and vegetable oil prices recording double-digit percentage declines, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has reported.
The forum bringing together leftwing leaders known as the Puebla Group is to bring Argentine President Alberto Fernández a proposal for the convergence of the different integration mechanisms existing in the region, former Colombian President Ernesto Samper (1994-1998) announced Friday.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Friday declined Premier Aníbal Torres' resignation, who will therefore remain in his post. But the head of state did make some cabinet reshuffling involving six ministries anyway.
London’s insurance industry is gearing up to cover Ukrainian grain and fertilizer shipments via a safe corridor, which could require up to US$50 million per insured cargo, industry sources said this week.
Presidential candidate Andrés Janones of the moderate Avante party Thursday stepped down from the race in order to support former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's bid to succeed the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.
According to satellite imagery data released Friday, deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon remained high despite a slight decline.