Sexual workers in the Argentine beach resort of Mar del Plata do not agree to abide by the new red-light zone created earlier this month, causing an uproar among locals who do not want them around their residential areas.
Union protests kept the ARA Libertad from docking on time, union measures halted tire production, and labor measures led to either the cancelation or postponement of several flights Tuesday at Buenos Aires' two airports, as well as in other air terminals nationwide.
Colombian singer Shakira is facing an eight-year prison sentence for tax evasion in addition to a hefty fine after charges were filed against her in Spain.
Brazilian Presidential candidate and former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Monday spoke in favor of “the useful vote” in next Sunday's elections and called on Brazilians not to stay at home.
Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo Monday told the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York that Russia's withdrawal from Ukraine was essential.
Thousands of Colombians took to the streets Monday to protest against the reforms proposed by President Gustavo Petro, a former guerrilla leader who came into power less than two months ago.
Argentina's National Institute of Statistics and Census (Indec) Monday released a report according to which the country's economic activity grew 5.6% interannually in July.
An Argentine man in the province of La Pampa will have to take courses on sexual diversity after threatening President Alberto Fernánddez's son last year on social media, as per a plea deal between the plaintiff and the defendant's legal teams announced Monday in Buenos Aires.
Argentine tire manufacturers Monday told the government that “the rights of the companies” were being violated as labor unions seized their plants and prevented work from continuing.
The cypher of King Charles III has been revealed, showing an image to be used by government departments and on state documents and post boxes. It was personally chosen by the King, from a range of designs produced by the College of Arms.