An opinion piece by the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, published in The Express to mark the start of Armed Forces Week. Cabinet Office for Veterans Affairs, Steve Barclay MP1 comment
A French built armored reconnaissance vehicle which saw service during the 1982 Falklands conflict by the Argentine Army has been painstakingly refurbished in time for the Falklands 40th Anniversary.Add your comment!
Germany will have to increase the burning of coal for electricity production, because of the cut in gas supplies from Russia, economy minister Robert Habeck announced, despite his Greem party's policy favoring green energy and eliminating fossil fuel.Add your comment!
After barely 40 days on the job, José Mauro Coelho resigned as CEO of Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras due to pressure from President Jair Bolsonaro and other politicians over a recent increase in the price of fuel, which drives inflation upwards ahead of the Oct. 2 elections. Bolsonaro had dubbed the price hike a “betrayal” of the Brazilian people.Add your comment!
Brazilian authorities have confirmed that following scientific assessments, British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenist expert Bruno Araújo Pereira were killed in Amazonia with typical hunting ammunition. Forensic experts also completed the identification of Pereira's body.Add your comment!
The European Union's Ambassador in Asunción Monday said he feared Paraguay could end up turning into a narco-state if proper measures are not taken.1 comment
Colombia elected a leftist government this Sunday for the first time after the second round of elections. Gustavo Petro, candidate of the Historical Pact coalition, will be the country's next president after a ballotage with good participation figures where he imposed over the right-wing populist Rodolfo Hernandez, who was a candidate of the League of Anti-Corruption Rulers.1 comment
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Saturday argued the opposition had tried to make a political gain out of the Venezuelan-Iranian aircraft scandal by linking it “with such painful events as the AMIA bombing.”1 comment
Protesters adhering to the indefinite strike called for by the indigenist group Conaie clashed with Ecuadorian authorities Sunday in places such as Orellana, Pastaza, and Sucumbios, it was reported. It was the seventh day of nonstop activities.Add your comment!
According to the latest report from Argentina's National Water Institute (INA), the situation with the downspout of the Paraná River has improved significantly but it is still below historical figures.Add your comment!