The United Kingdom called on the Organization of American States (OAS) on Friday to “recognize the right to self-determination” of the Falklands/Malvinas islanders who had decided to remain citizens of a British Overseas Territories and members of the British Family, despite Argentina’s sovereignty claims.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou Friday took part in a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the so-called Andes tragedy, an airplane crash that made history since many victims survived after being left for dead.
The government of president Gustavo Petro is back stepping from one of his electoral campaign pledges, taxing extractive industries to have Colombia rapidly transit a green, environment friendly economy.
A patient at Santa Cruz de la Sierra's San Juan de Dios Hospital who was infected with monkeypox has died, thus becoming the first casualty with the malady in the country, it was announced Friday.
Reports from Lincolnshire Today indicate that the International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC), Lincoln has unveiled a new installation paying tribute to those who lost their lives during the 1982 war on The Falkland Islands with Argentina.
The International Monetary Fund's Board of Directors Friday approved the 2022 second semester review, thus clearing the way for a US$ 3.8 billion disbursement in favor of Argentina.
The 52nd General Assembly of the Organization of American States gathered in Lima, Peru, unanimously adopted a Hemispheric Declaration of Solidarity following the Sept. 1 assassination attempt in Buenos Aires against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK)
Paraguay's President Mario Abdo Benìtez reshuffled the country's Armed Forces brass before leaving for Montevideo Friday. Among those relieved from duty was Navy Chief Admiral Carlos Dionisio Velázquez, brother of Vice President Hugo Velázquez, who has been listed by the United States among the most corrupt politicians in the region.
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has launched a campaign in support of people with mental health problems who also suffer from society's stigmatization.
Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro Friday hinted he might bring forward the 2024 presidential elections because he is ready to win “whenever, wherever, and however.”