After having clashed with the baking and financial sectors of Brazil, which had an immediate effect on the currency, interest rates and the stock market, president-elect Lula da Silva said on Friday he was prepared to be fiscally responsible with government spending.
Alcohol will not be sold to fans at the World Cup's eight stadiums in Qatar after FIFA and the country's authorities changed its policy two days before the start of the World Cup 2022. However not only keep away from the alcohol temptation, even more, but important also beware of camels and the camel virus.
Busy agenda for Princess Anne on her first day of activities in the Falkland Islands, where she arrived on Thursday for a six-day visit. In a beautiful sunny Friday morning Princess Royal, marked the 40th anniversary of the Falklands' conflict with a special wreath-laying ceremony at the 1982 Liberation Memorial in Stanley.
A Latam Airlines plane collided with a fire truck while taking off from one of the runways of Jorge Chávez Airport in Lima, Peru. Two firefighters, who were in the car, died as a result of the impact, local media reported.
Despite not admitting explicitly whether she would run for president next year, Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner underlined Thursday in La Plata that the people of Argentina must choose if they want to return to make that Argentina they once had.
A team from the Argentine Air Force is in Denmark reviewing the possibility of purchasing F-16 A/B MLU fighter-bomber jets from that country in the last assessment round before a decision on the matter is made no later than 2023.
Argentine small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the Patagonian province of Chubut were briefed this week about the opportunities offered by the Chinese market, through a virtual chat that focused on the operation of the Logistics Hub the South American country has in Shanghai, Xinhua reported.
We will demonstrate Guyana's claim is inadmissible, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez said on Thursday to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, which is the United Nations' highest for resolving disputes between states.
Acoustic research by wildlife charity, Falklands Conservation (FC), and the non-profit African Aquatic Conservation Fund (AACF), has revealed seasonal singing by sei whales in the Falkland Islands, documenting a breeding song display in this Endangered cetacean for the first time.
Next-generation fixed-wing drones, capable of operating autonomously beyond the standard visual line of sight, are creating datasets of major wildlife populations around South Georgia for long-term monitoring to aid conservation efforts.