Ana Cecilia Gervasi Monday turned in her resignation as Foreign Minister of Peru following strong criticism over a failed bilateral meeting between President Dina Boluarte and her US counterpart Joseph Biden during last week’s summit of leaders of the Americas in Washington DC.
The Falkland Islands Government Representative to the UK and Europe, Mr Richard Hyslop, has paid tribute to the service of Falkland Islanders during the First and Second World War and those who helped liberate the Falkland Islands in 1982 by placing a commemorative stake in their honour at the UK Parliament’s Garden of Remembrance.
A recent report from Moody's heralded that a macro-fiscal adjustment is inevitable in Argentina regardless of who wins the Nov. 19 runoff between Economy Minister Sergio Massa and Libertarian Congressman Javier Milei.
Following on the driest October since at least 1950, the Panama Canal Authority has said it has been forced to cut the number of ships using the waterway. This will naturally have an impact on the cost of shipping goods across the world.
The Falkland Islands Treasury Department is launching two consultations concerning changes to Falkland Islands currency and is keen for the public to provide their feedback. The consultations cover:
Tyson Foods from Arkansas, USA, has been forced to recall 14 tons of chicken nuggets since metal pieces were found in the product. The firm said the voluntary recall is out of an abundance of caution.
Seven Cuban athletes have left the Caribbean country’s delegation at the Santiago (Chile) Pan-American Games unwilling to return home, it was reported in the Chilean capital. According to international media covering the sporting event, six members of the women’s field hockey team and one hurdler were involved in the incident.
According to a study released Monday, small businesses account for 71% of the jobs created in Brazil until September this year, Agencia Brasil reported. The document showed some 1.5 million work opportunities had been opened nationwide, 211,764 of them formal.
At least 14 migrants were killed in a fire in the town of Coronel, some 530 kilometers south of Santiago, in the region of Biobio, it was reported Monday.
By Andrew Constable and Jess Melbourne-Thomas (*) - While the Southern Ocean around Antarctica has been warming for decades, the annual extent of winter sea ice seemed relatively stable – compared to the Arctic. In some areas Antarctic sea ice was even increasing. That was until 2016, when everything changed. The annual extent of winter sea ice stopped increasing. Now we have had two years of record lows.