Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou Monday welcomed Galicia's Xunta President Alfonso Rueda Valenzuela at the official Suarez y Reyes Residence in Montevideo.
Argentine physicians have voiced their concern after detecting a low number of children vaccinated against COVID-19 nationwide at a time when the pandemic is not over, it was reported.
According to a survey published by Buenos Aires' daily Ámbito, 90% of Buenos Aires' areas recorded a drop in the sale price of real estate property in September of 2022 when compared to the previous month.
American billionaire Gilbert Butler has purchased some land he intends to hand over to the Argentine province of Entre Ríos and to the government of Uruguay for eco-tourism purposes, it was reported during the weekend.
Argentine Supreme Court Justice Juan Carlos Maqueda has been hospitalized after being run over Saturday by a cyclist in Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood. Maqueda suffered a slight traumatism and a superficial cut on his chin, which was later reported to have required medical stitching.
Brazil's incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro and former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva exchanged bitter arguments, low blows, lies, insults, and foul language during Sunday's TV debate ahead of the Oct. 30 runoffs.
One person has died and some 2,000 others have been evicted from their homes in the Mexican state of Chiapas as a consequence of tropical storm Karl, it was reported Sunday.
Conservative groups in Argentina have filed a criminal case against Health Minister Carla Vizzotti and other government officials for promoting sterilization among teenagers at the age of 16, it was reported.
By Gwynne Dyer – In the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th National Congress, which started in Beijing this weekend, President Xi Jinping is expected to be confirmed as president-for-life. If that actually happens, China’s ascent to genuine superpower status will be at least delayed. At worst (from the Chinese perspective), it may not happen at all
Brazilian Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro likened Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva to Argentine President Alberto Fernández during a trip to Buenos Aires where he met with local Liberal Congressman Javier Milei in an attempt to boost his father's reelection campaign.