Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras Thursday announced it would reduce the sale price of fuel to distributors from R$ 3.53 (US$ 0.67) to R$3.28 (US$ 0.63) per liter effective Friday.
Mass stranding events among cetaceans – a group of marine mammals including the whale, dolphin, and porpoise – have been reported since the times of Aristotle and there has been a long drive to understand what causes them. Long-finned pilot whales – a gregarious species with complex social bonds – are those most often affected.
Over the past 50 years, the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has been one of the significant acquirers of aero geophysical data over Antarctica, providing scientists with gravity, magnetic, and radar datasets that have been central to many studies of the past, present, and future evolution of the Antarctic Ice Sheet.
The Falkland Islands Community School is thrilled with this year’s GCSE results - our best set of results from a live examination series. This is the first year of ‘live’ international examinations since before the pandemic and FICS students have had a successful year. Staff and students have displayed determination and resilience to complete the Key Stage 4 studies.
In November 2020, the Falkland Islands Government launched its new Management Trainee program as part of a two-year initiative aimed at identifying and supporting the next generation of government leaders.
The world's most advanced hunter-killer submarine, HMS Anson, £1.3bn of both naval stealth and striking power – able to gather vital intelligence, protect other Royal Navy vessels from threats above and below the waves and destroy enemy military infrastructure with pinpoint accuracy, was welcomed into the Royal Navy fleet at a ceremony in Barrow.
United States, United Kingdom, Germany, UN, EU, France, paid homage to the former leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, who died on Tuesday at the age of 91. Praise flowed to the memory of the man who helped achieve a peaceful end to the almost half century Cold War.
The Nicaraguan regime of Daniel Ortega has been criticized Wednesday by human rights organizations after pictures of the country's political prisoners were released.
Uruguayan authorities have announced a UY$ 3 (US$ 0.074) reduction in the price of gasoline at pumps effective Thursday. Energy Minister Omar Paganini also explained the price of supergas (cooking gas) and diesel fuel would remain unchanged.
An increase in the smuggling of tires from Paraguay and Brazil has been reported in Argentina's northwestern provinces as the product is in short supply locally, which has also caused a spike in retail prices.