Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has decreed three days of mourning over the passing away of Queen Elizabeth II. In order to make the head of state's decision effective, a special edition of the Diário Oficial da União (Official Gazette) was released Thursday afternoon.
Following Queen Elizabeth II's death Thursday, her son Charles automatically became King and shared a message through Buckingham Palace's official channels expressing his feelings and those of the Royal Family:
The so-called London Bridge Operation protocol has been activated after today's death of Queen Elizabeth. It consists of a series of meticulously planned actions to be carried out involving Prime Minister Liz Tuss, the Anglican Church, the London Police, the armed forces, and the media. The proceedings will last for weeks.
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom died Thursday at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, the BBC has reported.
Maintenance workers at Córdoba's Neonatal Maternal Hospital found the remains of a fetus in a septic chamber, it was reported Wednesday. It is the same healthcare facility where at least 5 newborns died in mysterious circumstances earlier this year and for which a nurse has been arrested last month.
Jair Bolsonaro Wednesday presided over the festivities marking the 200th Anniversary of Brazil's Independence from Portugal and seized the opportunity to fire a verbal diatribe against Workers' Party (PT) leader Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva. whom he shall face in next month's elections.
Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo has landed in Buenos Aires to carry on with his recuperation after a stroke almost a month ago in Asunción, for which he underwent surgery.
Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo Wednesday met with French authorities in Paris before flying on to Berlin, where he will hold talks with his German colleague Annalena Baerbock.
Paraguayan football fans supporting Olimpia chanted Wednesday evening extradition for Horacio in reference to former President Horacio Cartés' designation by the US State Department as significantly corrupt.
Argentina and the United Kingdom are to chair for the second time in a row an Equal Rights Coalition meeting where the global backlash against LGBTI+ rights and freedoms, particularly the global anti-gender movements matter, are to be discussed.