The critically acclaimed film “Society of the Snow,” directed by J. A. Bayona, has achieved significant recognition with an Oscar nomination for Best International Film, along with a nod for Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
South America's largest country is achieving record figures in its travel industry, Agencia Brasil reported. In 2023, Brazil saw 112.6 million passengers on domestic and international flights, marking a 15.3% increase from 2022's 97.6 million. In the next three years, we aim to reach 140 million passengers, Ports and Airports Minister Silvio Costa Filho said.
Argentine law enforcement authorities have been banned by Federal Judge Ernesto Kreplak from filming Wednesday's demonstrations during the nationwide strike called for by opposition labor unions and groups in rejection of President Javier Milei's most-encompassing emergency decree and the so-called Omnibus Law bill seeking to curb public spending,
Ecuadorean President Daniel Noboa Tuesday decreed a one-hour reduction to the curfew after the number of daily homicides was reported to have fallen from 27 to 11 nationwide in a country under a state of emergency following drug-trafficking gang revolts.
In a recent article, NASA's Science Mission Directorate commends Uruguay's impressive strides in rapidly incorporating wind energy into its electricity grid, spotlighting the Peralta wind farm in Tacuarembó, in the center of the country.
The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Tuesday launched an appeal to intensify international cooperation and joint work in times of great global uncertainty, it was reported in Santiago de Chile, where the agency convened at the headquarters of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
Japanese giant carmakers Toyota this week closed its São Bernardo plant, the company's oldest factory in Brazil which had been established in 1962. It was there that the Land Cruiser Bandeirante and the Corolla models were built in South America. Toyota's administrative headquarters for Brazil and South America also operated there for decades. It was said to be the company's first production facility outside Japan.
Türkiye's Parliament Tuesday greenlighted Sweden's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization by 287 votes in favor, 55 against, and four abstentions. However, the rest of the 600 lawmakers did not attend Tuesday's session. The surprising nod came after months of objections citing the Scandinavian country's stance regarding Kurdish militants and members of a network believed to be behind a failed coup in 2016.