Uruguayan prosecutor Gabriela Fossati, in charge of the investigation into the case of President Luis Lacalle Pou's former chief of custody, Alejandro Astesiano, requested that Interpol issue a red alert on the passports of Russian citizens with Uruguayan nationality.
In addition to questioning what most pollsters had forecast for the presidential elections, Jair Bolsonaro's political alliance achieved encouraging results Sunday as the Liberal Party snatched 99 seats in Congress (23 more than it already has).
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is starting Monday a most unusual Latin American tour through which President Joseph Biden's administration seeks to follow up on the goals agreed upon during the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles in June.
A Sweden-born scientist who resides in Leipzig, Germany, has been awarded Monday the 2022 Medicine Nobel Prize for his findings on prehistoric DNA.
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva of the leftwing Workers' Party (PT) edged the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro of the rightwing Liberal Party (PL) in Sunday's elections by 48.42% against 43.21% of the votes, which shows a divided country after weeks of violent incidents related to the electoral campaign.
Argentine president Alberto Fernández again claimed sovereignty over the Falklands and other South Atlantic Islands, usurped by the United Kingdom, asking London to comply with international resolutions, since this occupation could limit the flow of vessels between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and the access to Antarctica.
Since a child I have been passionate about the Malvinas dispute between Argentina and the UK, which was reinforced by the stories from my uncle who was a member of the Argentine crew sent to South Georgia to scrap the remains of the rusting whaling station, reveals Braian Espinoza Salazar, an Argentine International Relations student at the Mendoza University.
At least 125 people have been killed at a football stadium in Indonesia Sunday after angry fans started a spiral of violence that prompted an overblown police reaction. Earlier reports mentioned 174 deaths but the figures were later revised. Another another 100 people have been hospitalized, 11 of them in critical condition.
The shockwaves from the mini-budget presented by Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng are still reverberating in the markets and politically more damaging, among members of the ruling Conservative party.
At least 770,000 people remained without electricity in the US State of Florida this past weekend following the passage of Hurricane Ian, which has left over 80 casualties nationwide, it was reported.