German Labour Minister Hubertus Heil and Brazilian Labour Minister Luiz Marinho signed a declaration of intent for fair immigration to promote the exchange of skilled workers.
Immigration that fills gaps in the domestic jobs market can help push down UK inflation, the deputy head of the International Monetary Fund has said. However British prime minister Rishi Sunak has insisted rates of legal immigration are too high
OECD, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development anticipated the UK will experience the highest level of inflation among all advanced economies this year. UK is set to report a headline inflation of 6.9% this year, above the OECD average of 6.6% for 2023.
Sweden's Supreme Court on Wednesday approved the extradition of a supporter of the Kurdish Workers Party, (PKK) to Turkey. The decision clears the way for the government in Stockholm to meet Turkey's demand that it hand over several individuals it considers terrorists as a prerequisite for approval of Sweden's request to become a member of NATO military alliance.
Diplomats from around the globe are meeting in the German city of Bonn this week to level out plans that are key to global efforts to stop the planet heating and to adapt to violent weather conditions.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team for the 2023-24 Austral summer as Post Officer, working at South Georgia, running one of the most southern Post Offices in the world.
Ahead of July's EU summit with Latin American and Caribbean leaders in July, the first since 2015, the European Commission has unveiled a trade-oriented strategy to renew ties with a region that has been somewhat sidelined by the bloc in a chaotic few years in global politics. Approving the trade agreement with Mercosur is one of EU's priorities but there is French conditioning.
The latest announcements on the Falkland Islands budget have not gone without comments from the Falklands Chamber of Commerce and its current president Mike Summers, according to an interview on the local television channel.
Port authorities from Punta Arenas in the extreme south Chile, have revealed what they are expecting for the coming cruise season, following a 2022/23 season considered acceptable, although with a lesser number of passengers.
According to Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE), deforestation fell 31% in the Legal Amazon, from January to May 2023, compared to the same period last year, Agencia Brasil reported.