Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou's popularity sank deeply in the last few weeks after a series of scandals became public, particularly those involving his chief security officer Alejandro Astesiano and former Environment Minister Adrián Peña's lack of a college degree despite which he used the prefix “Lic.” indicating otherwise.
Brazil's President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva arrived Thursday in the United States for a meeting at the White House with his US colleague Joseph Biden Friday, Agencia Brasil reported.
The reopening of Argentina's embassy in the People's Republic of Bangladesh was published Thursday in the Official Gazette. The diplomatic mission to be reopened in Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital, had been shut down in 1978 but interest from the South American country in the Asian nation resurfaced during the 2022 football World Cup, which was celebrated as if Bangladesh had defeated France in the final.
Malnutrition due to lack of natural resources is one of the causes of Yanomami children having a mortality rate tenfold that of the whole of South America's largest country, Agencia Brasil reported Thursday.
The following factsheet provides the latest statistics on trade and investment between the UK and Falkland Islands.
Scientists in East Antarctica drilling to find the Earth’s oldest ice have reached a key milestone after two months of fieldwork in sub-zero temperatures. The team is part of Beyond EPICA – Oldest Ice, an EU-funded research consortium from 10 European countries whose aim is to drill an ice core to capture 1.5 million years of climate history.
Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso Thursday reshuffled his cabinet after losing last Sunday's referendum and local elections to the left. The conservative head of state brought on some fresh air to his administration by changing the government minister and two of his most loyal advisors, in addition to making new appointments where the opposition prevailed.