Brazil's Justice Minister Flávio Dino Tuesday announced the creation of the National Observatory of Violence against Journalists, Agencia Brasil reported. The observatory is to function within the Ministry of Justice and Public Safety and the idea stemmed from the National Federation of Journalists (Fenaj).
The most widely spread exchange rate between the Argentine peso and the US dollar -known as blue - went up AR$ 8 Tuesday hitting a new all-time high of AR$ 378 = US$ 1, it was reported in Buenos Aires.
The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, highlighted Tuesday the growth of the Argentine economy in the last two years and valued the Government's progress in infrastructure.
Argentine nationals topped the list of foreign travelers arriving in Uruguay throughout 2022, although Paraguayans were the ones who spent the most money, according to the latest report by the South American country's Ministry of Tourism.
Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Justice Benedito Gonçalves Monday gave former President Jair Bolsonaro three days to explain the scope of the documents found among the belongings of then-Justice Minister Anderson Torres.
Peruvian President Dina Boluarte met Monday with religious leaders of various faiths to promote dialogue amid mounting tension as protesters are preparing to stage a mass rally this week in Lima demanding her resignation, in addition to other measures.
The German media Statista, specialized in the disclosure of market data, shared in recent days a new report on minimum wages in Latin America for 2023.
Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday that he regretted the assault on the headquarters of the three branches of government staged in Brasilia by a group of his followers on Jan. 8.
Chubut investigators denied Monday that the Ancestral Mapuche Resistance (RAM) rebel organization had claimed responsibility for the fire in Currumahuida hill in the town of El Hoyo.
Brasilia's Acting Governor Celina Leao Monday ordered security deployments in front of public buildings be doubled after the Jan. 8 attacks. Hence, 500 military police officers will be summoned to the so-called Esplanade of the Ministries instead of the current 248 effective immediately, it was announced Monday.