Former Economy Minister Danilo Astori informed the Frente Amplio (Broad Front) party on Monday that he will resign his seat in the Senate on Tuesday.
Uruguayan Health Minister Daniel Salinas Monday announced the Vaccine Committee had been convened to decide on a possible booster against COVID-19. He also reviewed his plans to leave his post next year.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández was unable to deliver his speech on the opening day of the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, after suffering from an episode of hypotension and dizziness due to gastritis.
The 17th G20 Summit started Tuesday in Bali, Indonesia, as dignitaries from the world's largest economies gathered under the motto Recover Together, Recover Stronger.
Brazil’s JBS SA, the world’s largest meat producer reported last Friday that quarterly profit plunged 47.1%, with results still beating analysts’ estimates as higher revenues helped offset shrinking margins in its U.S. beef division.
Presidents Xi Jinping of China and Joseph Biden of the United States agreed on the need to avoid an armed conflict during their meeting in Bali, Indonesia, during the G20 Summit. It was the first face-to-face encounter between the two leaders since Biden was elected.
A group of former South American presidents, foreign ministers, high-ranking officials, lawmakers, and intellectuals Monday sent a letter to Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro inviting him to join their initiative to relaunch the Union of South American Nations (Unasur for its Spanish name).
Only six days before the beginning of the World Cup, which has Argentina as the great favorite, the Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Security of that country, Kelly Olmos, did not hide her enthusiasm for the World Cup in Qatar and said: “Then we continue working on inflation, but first let Argentina win”.
Former Brazilian federal Congresswoman Flordelis dos Santos has been sentenced to 50 years and 28 days in prison for the June 16, 2019, murder of her husband, Pastor Anderson do Carmo.
Brazil's Amazon lost 903.8 square kilometers of forest during the month of October of 2022, which is tantamount to 3% more than in the same period last year, the National Institute of Special Research (INPE) reported during the weekend.