Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) has received a petition to record the name of the first-ever LGBTIQ+ community party, it was reported in Caracas.
Chinese authorities have once again placed millions of people under lockdown following the resurgence of an outbreak of COVID-19 of the Omicron variant and as a consequence of the national government's zero-COVID policy.
According to a Buckingham Palace announcement released Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II will for the first time in her historic 70-year reign appoint the new prime minister at Balmoral, in Scotland, due to mobility issues affecting the monarch.
Unemployment in Brazil continues to fall, hitting record lows, according to a report released Wednesday by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).
For the first time in almost three years, the International Livestock Exposition will return in a new edition that will be held as it was before the pandemic, without sanitary restrictions, and in the same place: the Rural del Prado in Montevideo.
A Paraguayan Criminal Court of Appeals in Asunción Tuesday upheld the one-year suspended jail sentence against former international goalkeeper José Luis Chilavert.
Transport companies in Argentina are increasingly worried about the shortage of spare tires in the country, in addition to the fact that they can be purchased abroad for half the price, it was reported.
Uruguay's Central Bank (BCU) President Diego Labat said Tuesday that he expected economic growth to remain steady and heralded that inflation by the end of 2022 will be below the level “we have today.”
Lawmaker Eduardo Bolsonaro, son of Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, openly replied to Argentine foreign minister Santiago Cafiero, who had called him ignorant after Bolsonaro Jr criticized the judicial situation of Argentine vice-president Cristina Fernandez for whom federal prosecution is requesting twelve years of imprisonment on charges of corruption and benefitting with public works distribution.
Arizona's Republican Governor Doug Ducey Tuesday landed in Taipei in yet another US delegation trip enraging Beijing over direct ties between sovereign countries and the island the Asian giant deems a rogue province.