Argentine authorities have issued a series of recommendations after the appearance of poisonous stingrays on the beaches of Punta Lara and Ensenada, south of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA) was reported.
Argentina's Central Bank (BCRA) reserves went up this week after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreed to disburse nearly US$ 6 billion following a successful review of the South American country's third-quarter targets. Thus, the BCRA reserves went up from US$ 39.052 billion to US$ 43.263 billion in the last 24 hours.
Brazil's National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) workers Thursday voted against a new proposal and thus their strike went into its fifth consecutive day, affecting airline operations at the country's largest air terminals.
Taking advantage of the overwhelming triumphant spirit in Argentina, a Tierra del Fuego province elected Senator for the opposition has re-surfaced an initiative referred to the Argentine colors in international sports competitions.
The provincial Executive of Tierra del Fuego, extreme south of Argentina, signed into law the bill creating the Protected Natural Area, Peninsula Mitre, unanimously sanctioned in early December by the local Legislative Assembly and covering some 500.000 hectares, 300.000 on land and the rest at sea.
Despite the global economic slowdown, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Association, AEB, indicated that the largest economy in South America is projected to have a higher trade surplus in 2023. Next year's positive result is expected to reach US$ 71,9 billion, which would be 14,3% higher than the US$ 62,9 billion this year.
The UK economy heading for recession, contracted more than expected in the third quarter with GDP falling 0.3% against an estimated 0.2%, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Phyl Rendell, Chair of the Falkland Islands 40th Anniversary Committee, reflects on the ending of such a special year of events, the value of freedom, and what it means for the coming generations of young people who call the Falklands their home...
Brazil's President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Thursday released the names of 16 of his future ministers for when he takes office on Jan. 1. Lula also said that 16 other ministers are to be named next week.
Bad weather led to the cancellation of a large number of commercial flights throughout the United States ahead of the Christmas Eve celebrations, it was reported.