Paraguay Thursday took over from Colombia the pro tempore Presidency of the Forum for the Progress and Integration of South America (Prosur), during a ceremony in Cartagena de Indias.
The British Antarctic Territory and Pobjoy Mint have announced the release of a brand new £2 coin to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the formation of the British Antarctic Territory in 1962.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) Thursday announced it had approved the use of Pfizer's anti-COVID-19 pill Paxlovid, which has thus become the first oral treatment cleared for use in the European Union. The new drug is a combination of the molecule PF-07321332 and the HIV antiviral Ritonavir.
Xiomara Castro has taken the oath of office Thursday during a ceremony at Tegucigalpa's National Stadium, thus becoming the first woman ever to reach the Presidency of Honduras.
Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and María Gabriela Chávez Contreras, daughter of the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez Frías, met Wednesday at the National University of Honduras, where the former Argentine head of state delivered a speech under the title Peoples always return.
An article published by The Washington Post highlights Argentina's inflationary tradition and suggests US citizens should take a look at the South American country's way of economic life after prices locally rose around 7% in one year.
Just when the deal between IEASA and Bolivia's YPFB for the supply of gas is about to end (Jan. 31), Argentina has been offered 35% less for the winter compared to previous years, it was reported.
A new oil spill has been spotted off the multi-buoy Terminal 2 of Repsol's La Pampilla refinery, Peru's Navy and the Environmental Assessment and Enforcement Agency (OEFA) reported Tuesday.
The Government of Argentina Wednesday approved the allocation of funds to the Tandanor state shipyard to advance in cooperation with Finnish consultants Aker Arctic in the design and construction of a new polar ship to join the icebreaker ARA Almirante Irízar in delivering supplies to the thirteen bases in Antarctica.
Peru's Foreign Ministry Wednesday released a statement regarding Bolivia's potential access to the Pacific Ocean, following remarks from President Pedro Castillo in a radio interview with CNN in which the head of state sparked controversies over that sensitive issue.