Indian-born writer Salman Rushdie might lose an eye and his liver has been damaged, his agent Andrew Wylie said after the author was stabbed in New York state earlier Friday. The novelist is reportedly on a ventilator and unable to speak.Add your comment!
Paraguayan Vice President Hugo Velázquez Friday announced in a radio interview that he would be resigning his job and stepping down from the presidential race after being added by the United States to the list of people significantly corrupt, where he joined former President Horacio Cartés.1 comment
Following on instructions from the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the flag of the Falkland Islands in flying at New Palace Yard, to mark Falklands Day, when the first sighting of the Islands in 1592.1 comment
Top secret documents were retrieved by the FBI from former US President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago residence in Florida, it was reported Friday as the seal of secrecy was lifted.Add your comment!
Human Rights Watch Friday posted messages on Twitter admitting to the organization's concern over the charges filed in Bolivia by Prosecutor Junior Flores against journalists Andrés Rojas and Adriana G., whose arrest was requested.Add your comment!
As peace negotiations between the Colombian Government and the National Liberation Army (ELN) kick off in Cuba, the guerrilla movement has released nine people who were being held hostage since last month in the department of Arauca.Add your comment!
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Friday replied to an initiative by opposition parties and movements signing a letter in defense of democracy, which they argue is under threat by the incumbent head of state who might not acknowledge electoral defeat in October.2 comments
Former Argentine Economy Minister Nicolás Dujovne said people should retire at age 68, regardless of their sex, in a country where under current legislation men do so at 65 and women at 60.Add your comment!
Over 900,000 Brazilians from various political ideas including scholars, business people, and artists Thursday warned against “authoritarian setbacks” through an open letter which included former Presidents Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva among its signatories.1 comment
Colombian new president Gustavo Petro has referred to the murder of Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, who was killed in May on the island of Barú, in the Colombian Caribbean. This crime has been linked this week to Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastián Marset, fugitive of Uruguay’s and Paraguay’s justice, and accused of ordering Pecci’s execution.Add your comment!