A Tanzanian passenger twin turboprop aircraft ditched into Lake Victoria Sunday during a landing attempt at an airport in the lakeside town of Bukoba amid stormy weather. It was later reported that 19 Precision Air ATR 42-500 aircraft occupants were killed, but many others survived.
The Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office updated last week its travel advice on the Falkland Islands, underlining that all visitors must have comprehensive travel and medical insurance, including at least US$ 200,000 for medical evacuation.
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Earth's warming weather and rising seas are getting worse, with the situation deteriorating faster than ever, the World Meteorological Organization revealed in a new report.
UK Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace told MPs in a statement that Initial Operating Capability (IOC) for the Type 26s – dubbed the workhorses of the warship fleet – will now be reached in October 2028 instead of the planned October 2027, and with a cost growth of £233million.
The Falkland Islands Department of Natural Resource has announced that the reception of application forms for the Illex packs for the 2023 season must be completed by 16th November 2022.
Brazil maize exports reached almost 32 million tons in the first ten months of the year, which is more than double the volume shipped in the same period in 202, (14,5 million tons), according to the country's National Association of Cereal Exporters, ANEC.
Argentine Deputy Máximo Kirchner said during a Justicialist Party (PJ) Convention in Mar del Plata that the adversary of the Argentine society, and not only of Peronism, is former president [Mauricio] Macri.
Residents of Peru's largest cities including the capital, Lima, took to the streets during the weekend demanding the resignation of President Pedro Castillo Terrones, who has been involved in several corruption scandals since taking office over a year ago.
Delegations from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela Sunday formally signed Runasur's Declaration of Buenos Aires, launching the group promoted by former Bolivian leader Evo Morales.