High School students from Ushuaia, capital of the Argentine southernmost province of Tierra del Fuego were invited to participate in a competition, “Asking about Malvinas”. The competition to mark the fortieth anniversary of the Falklands/Malvinas war was sponsored by the city's program “Young Ushuaia”, and the provincial Youth Coordination office from the Culture and Education ministry.7 comments
Brazilian former president Lula da Silva, and a serious candidate to repeat for the third time in October elections, said that the political alliance with his presidential ticket running mate Geraldo Alckmin has been “the best thing we have done”.Add your comment!
High-school students in Buenos Aires have taken over 11 of the city's public schools in demand of changes in the curricula and citing “political persecution.”Add your comment!
Venezuela's Ambassador to Guyana Carlos Amador Pérez Silva and Labor Minister Joseph Hamilton discussed the status of Venezuelan migrants and possible measures that can be taken to improve their living conditions.Add your comment!
Britain's central bank on Wednesday warned that dwindling confidence in the economy poses a significant risk as it took the unusual step of intervening directly in financial markets. The move was aimed at restoring financial stability in markets shaken by the Liz Truss government fiscal policies.Add your comment!
As Mapuche violence escalates in the Villa Mascardi area in the Department of Bariloche in the Argentine Patagonia province of Río Negro, former Security Minister and current PRO Chairwoman Patricia Bullrich Wednesday said fugitive rebel Facundo Jones-Huala was hiding there.Add your comment!
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said US President Joseph Biden should account for his country's possible involvement in separate gas pipeline emergencies reported between Sept. 25 and 26.Add your comment!
Four territories Ukraine considers to be its provinces have approved through referendums Moscow's initiative to join the Russian Federation, it was reported Tuesday in the Donbas region.Add your comment!
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva has warned that even if he beats the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in next Sunday's elections or in the Oct. 30 runoff, the far-right movement sparked by the retired Army captain (Bolsonarismo) “will continue to exist.”2 comments
Brazil's incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro Tuesday insisted he would be reelected in next Sunday's first round despite all credible polls forecasting that he would be lucky if he can make it through to a runoff against the former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva.Add your comment!