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.
The Brazilian wheat crop should reach 10.935 million tons as 2022 yields in four states are likely to increase output in what will be a record harvest for local farmers.
Paraguay's foreign commerce of manufactured and agro-industrial goods reached US$ 3,383 million during the first eight months of 2022, with a clear predominance of Mercosur partners, points out the country's Ministry of Industry and Commerce.
World Tourism Day, observed on 27 September, celebrates the power of tourism to foster inclusion, protect nature and promote cultural understanding. This year’s official celebration, Rethinking Tourism, will be hosted by Indonesia, celebrating this opportunity to rethink how we do tourism for a more sustainable, inclusive and resilient sector. We need to fully showcase the potential of tourism to create jobs for all and bring communities together.
With over 66% votes in favor, Cubans have approved through a referendum the introduction of same-sex marriage and other novelties, the Electoral Council announced Monday. The agency also considered the trend to be irreversible. Cuban President Miguel Díaz Canel said that justice has been done. The new legislation will replace the norms dating back to 1975.
At least three people were killed Monday during a police raid at a Rio de Janeiro favela when law enforcement officers clashed with drug traffickers in the northern area of Brazil's former capital city where dozens of schools were closed. An injured suspect was also hospitalized, it was reported.
Argentina's Interior Minister Wado De Pedro and governors of the Grand North Provinces are leaving Monday on a business trip to the United States in search of opportunities during meetings in Washington and New York.
UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has announced that the government of Prime Minister Liz Truss intends to increase military spending up to to 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, per the Conservative leader's campaign promises, it was reported.
The head of President Luis Lacalle Pou's custody, Alejandro Astesiano, has been arrested by order of the Public Prosecutor's Office for alleged passport forgery, according to Uruguayan media and confirmed by sources from the Presidency.
Ecuador's Interior Minister Patricio Carrillo has been sacked by President Guillermo Lasso after the official was linked to a case of femicide, it was reported in Quito. Colonel Juan Zapata has been appointed as the new Minister of Interior.