Chile's President Gabriel Boric Font Thursday accepted the resignation of Minister of Social Development, Jeannette Vega, after the latter was found to have tried to contact a Mapuche leader arrested earlier this week for acts of violence.
Argentina's Superminister Sergio Massa Friday called for the strengthening of bilateral trade with India after a meeting with Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, who is touring Latin America and held an encounter Thursday with President Alberto Fernández.
Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) Thursday cleared the Health Ministry in separate but unanimous decisions to import and use the Jynneos / Imvanex vaccine and the drug Tecovirimat, both against monkeypox.
Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva Thursday admitted in a TV interview that there were cases of corruption during his consecutive terms as President of Brazil (2003-2010).
Colombian Defense Minister Iván Velásquez announced Thursday that all military actions against rebel groups will be halted if the presence of children at the target locations is confirmed or suspected.
Russia has become China's main oil supplier for the third month running during July, according to information from Hong Kong market analysts. Apparently independent refiners stepped up purchases of discounted supplies while cutting shipments from rival suppliers such as Angola and Brazil.
United Kingdom energy executives have warned the country faces the prospect of mass civil unrest as a result of people being unable to afford their heating and electricity bills this coming winter.
A group of relatives of the crew members of the Emtrasur Boeing 747-300 freighter seized by Argentine authorities since early June Thursday landed in Buenos Aires to step up the pressure on the Judiciary.
Venezuelan authorities Thursday announced the first cruise ship in 15 years will be arriving at Margarita on Jan. 3, while the so-called “turoperación” with Russia will be resumed as of October, with 5 direct weekly flights between Moscow and Porlamar.
The World Trade Organization warns that uncertainty has increased as a result of the conflict in Ukraine, growing global inflation, and the predicted tightening of monetary policy by central banks in advanced nations.