Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri launched his new book Para qué (What for), which will be available at stores on Oct. 18, it was announced.
Argentine-born conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim, KBE, has canceled his musical engagements for the coming months due to health issues, it was reported Wednesday.
Brazil's incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro was told Wednesday that he would be endorsed by the reelected governor of the Federal District Ibaneis Rocha, for the Oct. 30 runoff against Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva of the Workers' Party (PT), it was announced at the Alvorada Palace in Brasilia.
An organization claiming to represent Buenos Aires' tenants has submitted a bill before the City Hall whereby idle units are to be put out for rent on a mandatory basis after 90 days.
As India, the world leader in exports restricts rice shipments, Brazil signaled at the World Trade Organization (WTO) that together with Mercosur partners, it is ready to expand exports and help with global food security.
The Falkland Islands Chamber of Commerce held its 29th Annual General Meeting on Friday, 30th September 2022. During the meeting, members re-elected Mike Summers as Chairperson and Marika McKay as a Director of the Board. Mark Neves stepped down as a Director, and members nominated Sam Cockwell to the Board in his stead.
A new study, led by British Antarctic Survey and the University of Bristol, provides the first evidence that a controversial evolutionary process may be responsible for lantern-fishes becoming one of the most diverse families of fish in the deep sea.
As it had been anticipated the European Parliament approved a law on Tuesday that will require companies to ensure that every smart-phone, tablet and camera has the same charger.
With the end of the Covid 19 pandemic (hopefully) one of the pillars of the Falkland Islands economy is preparing for a return of tourists and visitors, and a successful cruise season.
The former British colony of Guyana, to the north of Brazil and on the Caribbean has emerged as one of the continent’s top oil producers and is poised to become a leading global energy exporter. Since 2015 an Exxon Mobil-led consortium has made a swathe of high-quality oil discoveries in offshore Guyana in the 6.6-million-acre Stabroek Block, with the latest announced in July 2022. It is estimated those finds have uncovered nearly 11 billion barrels of recoverable oil resources in the Stabroek Block with further oil discoveries to come.