The United States Air Force Saturday shot down a spying balloon belonging to China while it was flying over territorial waters in the Atlantic Ocean, Washington confirmed. At the time it was shot down, it was reported to be about 18 km above sea level and 11 km off the coast.
US authorities said they detected a Chinese spy balloon flying over Latin America in addition to the one already spotted over US airspace which has triggered further diplomatic discrepancies between Washington and Beijing.
Negotiations for Paraguayan beef to land in the United States are at an advanced stage, US State Department Director for Brazil and Southern Cone Affairs Baxter Hunt told Deputy Foreign Minister Raúl Silvero Silvagni, it was reported Thursday in Asunción.
The Federal Reserve following a two day meeting announced it decided on Wednesday to raise its key interest rate a quarter point arguing that although inflation is easing it is still too high, and did not discard further rate hikes could be needed since more evidence is needed to be confident inflation is in a sustained downward path. The increase was the eighth since March.
Four suspects of the July 7, 2021, slaying of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse were flown to the United States Tuesday to stand trial, the US Department of Justice announced.
Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has applied for a tourist visa to stay in the United States for another six months, it was reported Monday.
US Air Force General Michael Minihan wrote in an internal memo that went public that he foresaw an armed confrontation with China by 2025, The Washington Post reported. I hope I'm wrong, Minihan said.
Hospitalization of gravely sick Yanomami children increased last week as multiple airlifts were performed to bring kids in serious conditions to the only pediatric hospital in Boa Vista.
A large number of protesters convened Friday on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House in Washington DC to express their anger over the killing of Tyre Nichols, a young African-American man who was beaten to death by law enforcement officers, as video footage that went viral this week proved.
Former Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes and current Vice President Hugo Velázquez have ties to the terrorist group Hezbollah, US Ambassador to Asunción Marc Ostfield said Thursday during a press conference.