The Falkland Islands' Government in addition to the national two minute’s silence to be held at 11am on Monday 19th September, is inviting the public to take part in a National Moment of Reflection to mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and reflect on her life and legacy.
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo Terrones Wednesday swore in Cèsar Landa once again as Foreign Minister, following Miguel Rodríguez's resignation last week.
Argentine authorities have arrested a fourth suspect in connection with the Sept. 1 assassination attempt against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK), it was reported Wednesday in Buenos Aires.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Wednesday that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic was within reach, after promising figures were released.
Paraguay's state-run oil company Petropar has announced a reduction of PYG 250 (US$ 0.036) for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), marketed under the brand Ñande, and of PYG 150 (US$ 0.022) for 88-octane gasoline known as Kape, effective this coming Friday.
British authorities have left Presidents Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua and Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela out of the guest list for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral next Monday in London.
Bahamian Prime Minister Philip Davis insisted upon signing the book of condolences over Queen Elizabeth II's death that the alternative to call a referendum for the people to decide whether or not to admit Charles III as the new sovereign was open.
Argentine boxing legend Horacio Accavallo, the second world champion in the country's history, died Wednesday in Buenos Aires, it was announced. He was 87.
Argentine health authorities have confirmed the country has recorded a total of 221 cases of monkeypox until Sept. 7, a 30% increase from the previous week. The Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and the provinces of Buenos Aires and Córdoba account for 96.4% of infections.
A court of appeals in the Argentine city of Bariloche has upheld a 2013 ruling of a lower court ordering Rio Negro provincial authorities to open a road through the property of English tycoon Joe Lewis so access to Lago Escondido can be granted.