Brazil's Government has replaced yet again the chairman of the state-run oil company Petrobras in which private investors also have a share.
The Paraguayan Department of Amambay has declared three days of mourning following the death of José Carlos Acevedo, mayor of the city of Pedro Juan Caballero (PJC), and brother of Amambay's Governor Ronald Acevedo, who signed the decree.
Billionaire Elon Musk and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have agreed to start a strategic partnership ahead of this year's Oct. 2 elections, it was reported.
Two people have died in Uruguay under circumstances that were not a direct result of Tuesday's subtropical cyclone, Yakecan, but which authorities are still investigating after several houses were destroyed and trees were downed, it was reported.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro once again voiced his objections against the country's electronic voting system ahead of the Oct. 2 elections where he will seek another term in office despite every poll heralding he would lose to former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva.
Brazil's Lower House Thursday passed a bill setting forth the conditions for homeschooling, a trend that has been growing globally following the COVID-19 lockdowns.
An unprecedented cold wave in Brazil for the month of May has been labeled a threat both to the country's thousands of homeless people and also to crops, it was reported Thursday.
The Brazilian government facing the inflationary challenge, as in most of the rest of the world, and particularly when it comes to food prices and the millions of Brazilians who survive on a daily ration, has decided to temporarily reduce tariffs on eleven products. The decree came into effect on May 12 and will continue until the end of the year.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Wednesday married sociologist Rosángela da Silva in Sao Paulo, under strict security measures. The celebration was attended by politicians and artists who were not allowed to bring their cell phones with them.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has filed a complaint against Justice Alexandre de Moraes before the very Federal Supreme Court (STF) of which the magistrate is a member for the way he has handled the case known as digital militias in which the head of state is under investigation for his alleged involvement in the dissemination of fake news.