Uruguay's Supreme Court of Justice (SCJ) has launched an inquiry against Judge Alejandro Recarey for his July 7 decision to halt vaccination against COVID-19 of children aged 5 to 13 to determine which course of action to take regarding the magistrate's future.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro likened his predecessor and electoral rival Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva and the latter's running mate to notorious local drug traffickers.
Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue and other speakers during Tuesday's ceremony marking the 77th anniversary of the second atom bomb dropped on Japanese soil by the United States at the end of World War II insisted that theirs should be the last tragedy ever of that nature.
Chile's President Gabriel Boric Font Monday became the first foreign leader welcomed for a one-on-one meeting by Colombia's new head of state Gustavo Petro.
Scores of supporters of former US President Donald Trump gathered Monday around the tycoon's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida after FBI agents reportedly executed a search warrant on the Palm Beach premises.
Chile's Undersecretariat for International Economic Relations (Subrei) Monday announced that, according to Central Bank data, the country's exports grew 10.2% year-on-year between January and July 2022.
The number of people below the line of poverty in Brazil's 22 largest cities has reached 19.8 million in 2021, it was reported Monday by the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), the Metropolis Observatory, and the Network of Observatories of Social Debt in Latin America (RedODSAL).
Water supplies in the UK have been seriously reduced because of recent heat waves and a lack of rain forcing some utilities to introduce hosepipe bans in some areas to save water resources.
Talent Muzambi joins the Falkland Islands from South Africa, with a wealth of education and over 26 years’ work experience.
Uruguay is becoming a growing option for Chilean business people and investors given the political climate and favorable economic scenario of the Mercosur member, while conditions in the Pacific nation are rapidly deteriorating under political stress and adverse conditions for business, according to Santiago economic media.