Mexico's opposition coalition has named an outspoken female senator with indigenous roots as their candidate for the 2024 presidential election, raising the prospect of Mexico having a female president for the first time, when the general election next June.
Fragile countries, and those impacted most by conflict, are already being unevenly hit by the effects of climate change, and are less able than other countries to mitigate those impacts, according to a report published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday.
Chile's government launched a program on Wednesday that seeks to determine what happened to more than 1,000 people during Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship 50 years ago.
The number of rugby players suing the game's authorities over head injuries is set to increase to nearly 300, points out a report by BBC. The claims against the Welsh Rugby Union, Rugby Football Union, and World Rugby are that players sustained brain damage through playing this sport.
The Falkland Islands Fisheries Department (FIFD) conducted a pre-season survey for the winter Loligo ‘X’ licence season, working in close partnership with local companies. The survey results showed the lowest winter pre-season survey biomass estimates since 2008, a total of 19,859 tons.
Grant Shapps, one of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s staunchest Cabinet allies, was named U.K. Defense Secretary on Thursday as Sunak began a Cabinet reshuffle ahead of a general election that is expected to take place next year. The move came after Ben Wallace formally submitted his resignation earlier in the day, honoring a promise made last month.
Brazil's Environment Minister Marina Silva Wednesday said Denmark might donate R$ 110 million (US$ 22.4 million) to the Amazon Fund between 2024 and 2026, in exchange for which the South American country should pledge to fight deforestation, Agência Brasil reported.
Brazil's Ministry of Justice and Public Security (MJSP) Wednesday signed a technical cooperation agreement with the company Meta, owner of the digital platforms Facebook, Instagram, Threads, and WhatsApp, to find missing persons, Agência Brasil reported.
According to a document released Wednesday by Brazil's ANP oil agency, South America's largest country produced 4.482 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, Agencia Brasil reported. The amount was the highest in recorded history.
Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia, and Uruguay insisted Wednesday on their objections to Argentina collecting tolls on the Paraná River Waterway and demanded the latter to halt that practice until it demonstrates services effectively rendered to navigation justify the measure.