Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) Thursday had lunch with ambassadors to Buenos Aires from the European Union and its member countries to strengthen bilateral ties and common values.
On October 21, 34 years ago, a curious and unusual tragedy took the lives of three people who had nothing to do with each other on a corner in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Marta Espina, 75, was walking carelessly along Rivadavia Avenue when, shortly before reaching the corner, Cachi, a poodle, landed on her head after falling 13 stories from a balcony of a building, causing immediate death to both Espina and the dog.
Costa Rica may soon be joining the Pacific Alliance after the organization's Council of Ministers Thursday approved the Central American country's request to begin negotiations to join the regional bloc, it was reported.
South America's ABC lithium-producing countries Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile are considering joint policies to set the sale price of the mineral, Télam reported Thursday.
Paraguay's President Mario Abdo Benitez Thursday enacted the country's new immigration law, which seeks to update practices in this regard as per recommendations from international agencies.
Liz Truss announced on Thursday she will resign, which means there will now be another leadership election to decide who becomes the next Conservative leader and prime minister. The contest to replace “the lettuce” as some London media identifies Ms Truss sis expected to be completed by the end of next week.
While the Falkland Islands Brazil commercial airlink is not yet resuming, Director of the Department of Development and Commercial Services (DCS), Becky Clark has confirmed this isn’t a complete cancellation of the LATAM flight.
Members of the Falkland Islands Legislative Assembly John Birmingham and Pete Biggs have both voiced personal distaste at the concept of oil production in the Falkland Islands, despite an overall commitment in the Islands Plan 2022 to “progress extractive industries in an environmentally conscious way.”
Argentina's Airport Security Police (PSA) extended its arresting spree after the detention of Revolución Federal (RF) leader Jonathan Morel in connection with death threats against government officials.
Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Thursday announced a probe has been launched against incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro's son Carlos for allegedly spreading fake news on social media.