Chile's President Gabriel Boric Font Thursday underlined that in his country there were no privileges and therefore foreign residents will have to either regularize their migration status or leave.
South Korean Prime Minister Han Duck-soo was welcomed Friday at Casa Rosada by Argentine President Alberto Fernández after arriving Thursday in Buenos Aires.
The Argentine State's negligence in the July 18, 1994, bombing of the AMIA Jewish society and the subsequent investigation is under trial in Montevideo before the Inter-American Human Rights Court.
Chile Thursday launched a mobile green hydrogen plant in Antofagasta to evaluate the country's potential in this regard. The ceremony was attended by President Gabriel Boric Font and Energy Minister Diego Pardow, among other high-ranking officials.
Questions surrounding dual nationality have been raised in the Falkland Islands, which could potentially leave a Legislative Assembly seat empty and trigger a by-election, as well as remove the ability to vote for an unknown number of Falklands residents.
Russian authorities have arrested a woman who left a letter on the grave of Vladimir Putin's parents saying they had raised a murderer. She risks several years in prison.
Economy Minister Sergio Massa Thursday announced he was close to reaching an agreement with the Paris Club for the repayment of Argentina's debt due by May 2020, which was affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
President Joseph Biden's administration Thursday announced an extension for 90 more days of the COVID-19 pandemic emergency declaration. The measure has been in practice since January 2020.
Brazilian health authorities have released Pfizer's pediatric Covid-19 vaccine to be applied to children aged 6 months or older who have comorbidities, it was announced Thursday.
The Bank of England unveiled further measures to calm market turmoil triggered by the UK mini budget announcement. The bank said it would spend up to 5 billion pounds (€5.7 billion, US$5.5 billion) per day on inflation-linked government debt bonds, or gilts, to further prop up Britain's £2.1-trillion bond market.