Peru's President Pedro Castillo has announced his new cabinet reshuffle while opposition lawmakers get ready to file for a new motion of censure against the head of state, it was reported in Lima Wednesday.
The Army of the United States Wednesday announced it would start discharging soldiers who are not vaccinated against COVID-19. As of January 26, 96% of the military were fully vaccinated, while 3,350 had refused to take any injection.
Uruguay's currency keeps growing stronger against the US dollar, it was reported Wednesday in Montevideo after it closed at a rate of UR $ 43 / US $ 1.
The Falkland Islands Government (FIG) said on Wednesday it recognizes that many people are keen to receive an update on restoring the international connecting flights with mainland South America. Media across the world is starting to report on the relaxations of borders, removal of testing requirements, and returning to a relatively normal way of life in many countries.
By Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.com – In the shortest meeting so far in its history, OPEC+ decided on Wednesday to increase the collective production by 400,000 barrels per day (BPD) in March, keeping unchanged the plan to boost output and pushing Brent above US$ 90 per barrel again with the per-usual modest production hike.
A British Army officer – the first woman of color to cross Antarctica and reach the South Pole unsupported – has set her eyes on a new challenge. Captain Preet Chandi, best known as 'Polar Preet', says she now wants to trek across the continent from one end to the other.
Are gas and nuclear clean energies in the drive to a green economy? The controversy has triggered a furious debate in the European Commission following proposed rules that, in effect under certain conditions, the two energies can be labeled green investments.
On 30 August 2021, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 2 February as World Wetlands Day to raise awareness of the urgency of reversing the accelerating loss of wetlands and to promote their conservation and restoration.
More oil reserves discovered in Guyana, Canada's CGX Energy reported that together with parent Frontera Energy discovered an oil and gas reservoir off the coast of Guyana and anticipated drilling on a second well could begin later this year.
Three British Antarctic Survey (BAS) staff have been awarded the Polar Medal. The announcement was published Friday 28 January in the London Gazette.