Queen Elizabeth II was buried in a private service Monday evening at Windsor Castle, following a week of events that marked the death of Britain’s longest-serving monarch, and which was televised to the world.
Uruguay's Frigorífico Rosario has been allowed to resume exports to China following a sanction on Sept. 30, 2021, that banned the meat processing plant from sending shipments to the Asian giant, Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries Fernando Mattos announced.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres Monday told world leaders that the planet was literally on fire. He made those remarks ahead of the 77th General Assembly (UNGA) opening Tuesday in New York, which traditionally happens with a speech from Brazil's President.
Some fourteen sperm whales have died in a mass stranding on a beach in west Tasmania, Australia. The whale carcasses were discovered by locals on King Island and reported to authorities on Monday afternoon.
The signs of a recession of the German economy are multiplying, reads the monthly report from the country's central bank, Bundesbank, adding a slump that could last into next year.
British mourners Monday saw Queen Elizabeth II's casket parade through London one last time before being lowered into the royal vault at Windsor Castle.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hinted Sunday in London while attending Queen Elizabeth's funeral that her country might become a republic.
In March 1999, King Charles III, then Prince of Wales made a three countries visit, Argentina, Uruguay and the Falkland Islands. A visit which was mainly a retribution to the one then Argentine President Carlos Menem and his daughter Zulemita, acting as First Lady, had done to London the year before, October 1998.
World military spending continued to grow in 2021, reaching an all-time high of US$ 2.1 trillion. This was the seventh consecutive year that spending increased, according to the latest data on military spending published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
US President Joseph Biden said during this weekend in London that “we all owe something” to Queen Elizabeth II, who reminded him of his own mother.