Paraguay's Foreign Ministry announced Sunday that a joint mechanism within Mercosur had been activated to rescue nationals of all member countries trapped in war-torn Israel.
The blue (a euphemism for black market) dollar traded at AR$ 945 on Monday, thus reaching a new all-time high, it was reported in Buenos Aires as the Oct. 22 presidential elections loom over.
Scotland's First Minister Humza Yousaf says his parents-in-law are trapped in Gaza, as he unequivocally condemned the attacks by Hamas in Israel. Yousaf said his wife's parents, who live in Dundee, travelled to Gaza to see her father's sick mother.
Gibraltar Social Democrats GSD would form the government with nine MPs despite the GSLP/Liberals obtaining 1.6% more of the overall vote, according to a second poll by the Gibraltar Chronicle and GBC that echoed the results of a similar survey last week and underscored the likelihood of a knife-edge election on Thursday.
Scores of members of the Jewish community in Argentina marched down Buenos Aires' Estado de Israel Avenue in front of the Hacoaj Club given Hamas' attacks during the weekend. They chanted slogans such as “Together, Israel will always defeat terror.”
Paraguay's Attorney General Emiliano Rolón announced Monday that statements linking former President Horacio Cartes (2013-2018) to the murder of anti-maffia Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci last year while honeymooning in Colombia were to be investigated.
Palestine's Ambassadors to Uruguay and Chile agreed Monday that the ongoing war unleashed by Hamas' attacks against Israel was something “horrible” to witness and therefore something needed to be done “to stop” it.
The Falkland Islands Government and the British Embassies in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay have announced the winners of this year’s regional student competition. Participants from the four countries were asked to submit a short video in English, in which they answered the question: “Why would I like to meet my neighbours in the Falkland Islands?”.
A Brazilian Air Force (FAB) Airbus 330-200 transport aircraft which can accommodate up to 230 passengers was already in Rome Monday, from where it planned to fly to Tel Aviv to bring the first batch of nationals of the South American country to safety from war-torn Israel, Agencia Brasil reported.