Sociedad Uruguaya de Aviación (SUA), a privately owned company, has begun the process of becoming Uruguay's new flag carrier. The endeavor is led by Antonio Rama, a Uruguayan commander who has been based in Doha for a decade.
Bettina Alberti Arriaga, who was the student competition winner from Uruguay, has published an article about her visit to the Falkland Islands.
Following President Javier Milei's latest measures, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Tuesday reviewed for the worse its projections for Argentina's economy this year (-2.8%) and forecasted inflation would remain high in the short term.
Former Argentine Vice President Daniel Scioli will leave his post as Ambassador to Brazil to join President Javier Milei's team as Secretary of Tourism, Environment, and Sports, it was announced Tuesday in Buenos Aires after a meeting which was also attended by Interior Minister Guillermo Francos, who served on Scioli's cabinet when the latter was Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Argentine Cabinet Chief Nicolás Posse Tuesday met with officials from US President Joseph Biden's administration as well as with International Monetary Fund (IMF) executives to strengthen bilateral ties, it was reported in Washington DC.
Uruguay's Public Health Ministry reported on Tuesday the first human-positive case of western equine encephalomyelitis, while the number of infected dead horses has reached 261 and the viral disease has now extended to eighteen of nineteen counties, according to the Agriculture and Livestock Ministry.
Vladimiro Montesinos, a former aide to disgraced Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), Monday agreed to plead guilty in the 1992 homicide, murder and forced disappearance Pativilca massacre, it was reported in Lima.
The size and diversity of South America make it an ideal fishing destination, but where exactly should you go to experience this hobby to the fullest? By looking at a few of the top fishing spots on the continent, we can see why these places are so popular with tourists from all over the planet.
President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva sacked Brazilian Intelligence Agency (Abin) Deputy Director Alessandro Moretti for allegedly hindering the ongoing probe into the Bolsonaro family's use of said services for personal gain, Agencia Brasil reported. Lula's decision was published Tuesday in an extra issue of the Official Gazette (Diário Oficial da União - DOU).
Paraguayan President Santiago Peña met Tuesday in Asunción with a British delegation to review possible sustainable investments in the South American country.