Brazil's Navy Thursday bid farewell to the Sao Paulo aircraft carrier, which has been decommissioned and sold for scrap. Türkiye is the structure's final destination.
The largest city in South America started bringing 5g mobile telephone services Thursday, one week after the government passed new legislation allowing for speedier installation of antennas suitable for the new technology.
Aníbal Torres Wednesday turned in his resignation as Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Peru (Prime Minister) to President Pedro Castillo Terrones citing “personal reasons,” it was reported in Lima.
Brazil's central bank raised its benchmark interest rate 50 basis points to a record 13,75%, (the highest since January 2017), anticipating that the tightening cycle, may not be over given the stubborn high domestic inflation and “adverse and volatile” global situation.
Former Lower House Speaker Sergio Massa has been sworn in Wednesday as Argentina's new Minister of Economy, Agriculture, and Production as the country seeks to regain some stability following the departure of Ministers Matías Kulfas and Martín Guzmán around a month ago.
The announced threatening actions by the People's Republic of China, particularly live fire exercises and economic coercion risk unnecessary escalation in the Taiwan Strait,” points out a joint statement released on Wednesday by the foreign ministers of G7 countries and the High Representative of the EU.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's popularity among lower-class people was on the rise 2 months ahead of the elections, according to a survey released Wednesday.
Defense Minister Javier García Wednesday brought peace of mind to the relatives of Uruguayan troops deployed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as part of the United Nations peacekeeping mission (MONUSCO).
House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi Wednesday left Taipei after promising that “the United States will not abandon Taiwan,” thus concluding an official trip that had upped tensions between Washington and Beijing and due to which military preparations on both sides had escalated.
Argentina's Ambassador to Santiago Rafael Bielsa Wednesday filed a formal note before the Chilean Government of President Gabriel Boric Font asking for explanations regarding the alleged unauthorized flights over Argentine airspace presumed to be on their way to the Falkland Islands.