Substitute John Kennedy gave Fluminense a crucial 2-1 win over Argentina's Boca Juniors on Saturday to secure the Rio de Janeiro club's first Libertadores Cup title in a cliffhanger final at the legendary Maracana stadium.
After meeting with his US colleague Joseph Biden on Friday in Washington DC, Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou has a busy agenda ahead of him Saturday back at home after the crisis sparked by the resignation of Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo, who was involved in a cover-up following the highly irregular issuance of a passport to wanted drug trafficker Sebastián Marset.
After extraction in September this year reached 4.666 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, authorities in South America's largest country spoke of record oil and gas production, Agencia Brasil reported citing oil authority ANP sources.
President Alberto Fernández met Friday with representatives of the Jewish community in Argentina to discuss the situation of nationals of the South American country held hostage by the terrorist group Hamas, it was reported in Buenos Aires.
US President Joseph Biden pledged in Washington DC before a dozen leaders from Barbados, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, and Uruguay to boost economic ties while standing up to China and other global competitors seeking their slice of regional businesses.
A Court of Appeals and Guarantees in the district of San Isidro in the province of Buenos Aires upheld this week a decision to try for manslaughter the healthcare team involved in the death of football legend Diego Armando Maradona, it was reported Friday in Buenos Aires.
Directors of football clubs Fluminense of Brazil and Boca Juniors of Argentina launched an appeal against violence after brawls between fans in Rio de Janeiro ahead of the Libertadores Cup final to be played Saturday at the legendary Maracana Stadium, Agencia Brasil reported.