Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne Tuesday launched an appeal on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) for oil companies to pay a global carbon tax and thus help undo some of the damage caused climate-change-wise.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer delivered 33 units in the third quarter of 2022 despite problems in the production chain, it was reported. So far this year, 79 aircraft came out, 27 commercial and 52 executive ones, against 86 in the same period of 2021.
Another prison riot in Ecuador Monday evening has left at least five inmates dead and six others wounded at the Pichincha correctional facility in Quito also known as El Inca, where some 1,365 inmates are housed.
The United States National Science Foundation (NSF) has been forced to stop inbound travel to the McMurdo Base in Antarctica following a COVID-19 outbreak that has gripped nearly 10% of the staff, it was reported late Thursday, although essential arrivals and departures for health and safety reasons will still be allowed.
The ruling Democratic Party of President Joseph Biden risks losing its Congressional majority in Tuesday's mid-term elections while many polls foresee the opposition Republicans are likely to regain some of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 in the Senate.
According to a report from the National Institute of Agropecuarian Technology (INTA) and the national universities of San Martín (Unsam) and of the Litoral (UNL), a high number of biocides was detected in the Salado River basin in the province of Santa Fe.
Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Industry, and Agriculture Sergio Massa Monday announced the creation of yet a new parity between the local currency and the US dollar to be applied to regional economies.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández has withdrawn himself from domestic confrontations within the ruling Frente de Todos (FdT) by focusing on the international agenda that launches him onto the world's center stage in the coming days.
The Speaker of the House Sir Lindsay Hoyle installed on Monday the opening of the Constituency Garden of Remembrance at the New Palace Yard in Parliament grounds and invited representatives from the Overseas Territories to participate.
A £250m scheme to create a successor to the Royal Yacht Britannia has been scrapped – with the Defense Secretary telling MPs the procurement of a new Royal Navy vessel is being prioritized instead.