After Special Envoy Juan Gonzales rounded up his South American tour last week, the administration of US President Joseph Biden concluded the world needed more places like Uruguay, it was reported by White House sources.1 comment
Iconic Cuban Revolution leader Raúl Castro Friday opened the Cuban Communist Party convention which will mark the end of his days as First Secretary by making it clear nobody had forced him to make that decision and he supported a closer dialogue with giant neighbours the United States.Add your comment!
US president Joseph Biden Thursday ordered the expulsion of ten Russian diplomats for allegedly meddling with the elections in what became known as the SolarWinds breach.Add your comment!
Convicted Ponzi-schemer Bernard Madoff, a former chairman of the Nasdaq stock market who lured many millionaires to invest in his amazing deals which turned out to be losses, has died in a US federal prison at the age of 82, it was announced.Add your comment!
US President Joseph Biden announced late Tuesday his country would withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by September 11, thus putting an end to one of the longest armed conflicts in which the country has been involved.Add your comment!
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Tuesday told US National Security Council advisor Juan Gonzalez that “there will be no foreign bases,” it was reported.Add your comment!
By Nicolás Medina (*) - Back in 2009, a young Uruguayan director caught the attention of millions of people from all over the world by broadcasting the short film ¡Ataque de pánico! (Panic attack!)
The US administration of President Joseph Biden shall not be requiring its citizens to use vaccination passports to prove they were immunized against coronavirus, Dr Anthony Fauci said Tuesday.
A Florida federal judge Tuesday upheld a decision to have former Bolivian President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada (2002-2003) and former Minister of Defense Carlos Sánchez Berazaín pay 10 million dollars in reparations to the victims of uncontrolled state repression.
Pending governmental approval, US giant ViacomCBS is expanding its Latin American investment scheme by buying over the Santiago-based Chilevisión TV station, which was announced Monday.