Haitian Judge Chavannes Étienne, who had been appointed to investigate the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, has resigned from the case Friday, thus becoming the fourth magistrate to make the same decision.
The state-run oil company Petróleos Paraguayos (Petropar) has announced an increase in the price of fuel at pumps effective Saturday, Feb. 12, despite previous announcements that there would be no changes until the end of the month.
Uruguay's industrial production showed a 12.3% growth during the year 2021 when compared to 2020 levels, according to a report released Friday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
Despite announcements from the Government of President Jair Bolsonaro that action would be taken to reverse the trend, deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has reached new highs in January of 2022, it was reported Friday.
Denmark's health authorities decided Friday that no fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine is to be applied and that there was no need for a booster dose to those aged under 18, thanks to the high level of immunization among the population, in addition to Omicron's lesser severity as well as other seasonal considerations.
London's first-ever female Chief of Police, Dame Cressida Dick, has turned in her resignation Thursday after allegedly losing the confidence of Mayor Shadiq Khan and a amid a scandal involving racism and misogynistic behavior within Scotland Yard.
The Nicaraguan regime of President Daniel Ortega has sentenced seven opposition leaders to serve time in prison in a new episode of the repression saga the Central American country is going through.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) based in the Dutch city of The Hague, has received a complaint from Brazil's Senate against President Jair Bolsonaro for negligence, incompetence, and anti-scientific denialism in handling the COVID-19 crisis.
Argentina's main opposition political coalition Together for Change (Juntos por el Cambio - JxC) Thursday announced it will support the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) so as to never push Argentina to default.
A Bolivian Court in La Paz Thursday postponed the beginning of the so-called Coup d'état II trial against former interim President Jeanine Áñez who had gone on a hunger strike since Wednesday.