Colombian President Gustavo Petro instructed military and police officers to get ready for the transformation he intends to lead, which includes seeking peace through dialogue with the National Liberation Army (ELN) rebels.
Argentina's state-run oil company increased the price of fuel at pumps by 7.5% on average Sunday but it remained well below figures in neighboring cities abroad. The accumulated devaluation since the last naphtha adjustment is 16%.
Cuban authorities have confirmed during the weekend the first case of monkeypox in the country. It was a 38-year-old Italian tourist who was reported to be in serious condition, according to Granma.
It's official. The Argentine government categorically rejects ”the competition organized by the British Embassy in Buenos Aires with the purpose of inviting university students to a paid trip to the Falklands/Malvinas Islands.
Three police officers in Arkansas, United States, were suspended on Sunday after a video was made public in which they are seen beating a man they had arrested, local media reported.
The Iranian government urged on Monday that Argentina must allow five Iranians who were part of the crew of a Venezuelan plane held in Buenos Aires to leave its territory.
Argentina's Superminister Sergio Massa, who is not an economist himself despite having been entrusted with what used to be 3 Ministries (Economy, Agriculture and Production) Sunday confirmed through social media Gabriel Rubinstein would be joining his team as Secretary of Economic Programming.
The Malvinas Question, Antarctica and Oceans Cooperation, and the revitalization of the Peace and Cooperation Zone in the South Atlantic, ZPCAS, forum were the main points of the agenda addressed by Argentina's special secretary on Malvinas, Antarctica and South Atlantic affairs, Guillermo Carmona during his four-day visit to Brazil.
Peru has been singled out as the country with the highest rates in South America of people living under food insecurity, it was reported.
Paraguayan President Mario Abdo Benítez believes Vice President Hugo Velázquez should resign and avoid his impeachment in which his political opponents from within their own Colorado Party might seek to splash the head of state.