Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's stance on the war in Ukraine might jeopardize the Mercosur-European Union deal, according to a confidential report drafted ahead of a European foreign ministers' summit and accessed by Politico.
If you live on the Falkland Islands, you will be lucky enough to see the FGR4 Typhoons regularly grace the skies with their presence. A team of highly skilled and hardworking engineers ensure that the jets are well maintained and ready to provide Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) should it be required.
Work got underway on the latest of the Royal Navy’s next-generation submarine hunters, a £840m Type 26 frigate warship which will carry the name and motto – Forward – of England’s second city, Birmingham, around the globe for a quarter of a century.
A third of Argentine conscripts of Jewish origin who participated in the Falklands/Malvinas conflict suffered different forms of anti-Semitism, including torture, abuses, and psychological threats, and 10% of them were staked to the ground.
The Ministry of Tourism of Uruguay announced that in the first quarter of the year, more than one million tourists visited the South American country, generating revenues of 741 million US dollars. This was presented on Wednesday, indicating an increase in the sector.
The European Parliament on Wednesday approved a landmark deforestation law to ban imports into the European Union that come from any land that was deforested since December 31, 2020.
Argentine Economy Minister Sergio Massa seems unable to find a way out of the country's current crisis. In this scenario, the blue dollar (a euphemism for black market) rose five more pesos Wednesday to close at AR$ 423 as the Central Bank (BCRA) ended with a negative balance of US$197 million, this bringing a streak of six positive rounds to an end. The country risk remained at 2,474 basis points, according to JP Morgan's index.
Ecuadorian prosecutors Wednesday requested the pre-trial arrest of former President Lenín Moreno after the latter failed to appear before the courts as mandated in the Sinohydro corruption case, in which he is said to have accepted bribes for the construction of the country's largest hydroelectric plant.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Wednesday opened the Second Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP2) of the Escazú Agreement at the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires. The event will last until April 21.
Miguel Díaz-Canel was re-elected for a second term in office by the National Assembly of People's Power, a body which was renewed Wednesday after the March 27 elections, it was reported in Havanna.