The World Bank warned of a slow-growth crisis in the global economy that could persist over the coming decade unless governments worldwide adopt what it calls “sustainable, growth-oriented policies.” The dramatic document is titled “Failing Long-Term Growth Prospects.”
Law enforcement in Latin America and Europe have taken down one of Brazil’s most active drug trafficking organizations inundating Europe with multi-tons shipments of cocaine. On 30 March, simultaneous actions were carried out in Brazil with Europol’s support to dismantle the criminal group that reached from Paraguay to Europe.
Relations between the Royal Navy and NATO have ‘never been closer’ as the alliance marks 74 years since its creation this month amid continued global instability. British warships spent nearly 10,000 hours – 60 weeks – on NATO operations in 2022 and that pace has continued unabated in the first four months of 2023.
Brazil has enough potential to supply up to half of the soybeans that Argentina will import to keep its industrial park running in the face of the historic drought that ravaged the 2022/23 crop in the country, which is usually the largest exporter of soy oil and soy meal in the world.
After Finland officially becomes the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)'s 31st member Tuesday, the alliance's border with Russia is to grow considerably, thus reshaping the region's geopolitical scenario.
Twitter adopting Dogecoin's Japanese Shiba Inu dog symbol as the brand's logo resulted in an increase in value of over 26%, it was reported.
The US State of Florida Monday legalized through Governor Ron DeSantis's signature the carrying of concealed weapons without a permit. The state Senate passed House Bill 543 by a 27-13 vote last week. The bill also received heavy Republican support in the House, where it passed by a 76-32 vote. Constitutional Carry is in the books, DeSantis said in a statement.
The extradition of former Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes and other politicians in the South American country who have been declared as “significantly corrupt” may come after the April 30 elections, according to an article carried in the latest issue of Americas Quarterly magazine.
Brazil's Ministry of Integration and Regional Development (MIDR) and Microsoft do Brasil Monday launched the ClimaAdapt platform, a tool that uses public data from different environmental agencies to identify regions nationwide particularly vulnerable to extreme weather events, Agencia Brasil reported.
Brazil's Attorney General Augusto Aras Monday filed a request before the Supreme Federal Court (STF) to make the crime of labor analogous to slavery uneligible for a statute of limitations, which is a constitutional guarantee for defendants, but it is not absolute.