The US wants to find those behind the killing of presidential candidate Fernando Villavicencio last month.
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The East African nation has pledged 1,000 officers but many question their suitability.
Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero Wednesday denied his country had any "hypothesis of conflict" with Paraguay despite recent controversies over tolls collected from barges sailing along the Paraná River Waterway and Asunción canceling all electricity supply from the
The economic crisis in Cuba is prompting an exodus by thousands, but also giving rise to a greater free market enterprise to begin taking hold on the Communist island.
Uruguayan authorities reported Wednesday the discovery of a dead 15-meter whale on the River Plate beach of Colonia, believed to be the first such discovery in the past 100 years.
A court in Buenos Aires Wednesday acquitted former Planning Minister Julio De Vido and AFIP tax bureau Chief Ricardo Echegaray for the 2007 attempted smuggling of a suitcase containing nearly US$ 800,000 which was being brought into the country by Guido Antonini Wilson, who was
Migration crisis; state of emergency in Costa Rica to deal with massive influx of people heading for US
Costa Rica in Central America intends to declare a state of emergency due to an increased wave of migrants on their way to Mexico and later cross to the United States. "I have instructed the security ministry to take a firm stance with anyone who takes Costa Rica's kindness
A Paraguayan naval officer and two civilians were arrested Wednesday by the Argentine Coast Guard (PNA) following an incident at around 3 pm in the Paraná River near the PNA's Puerto Maní (Misiones) delegation that resulted in the seizure of a Paraguayan Navy vessel allegedly
ix young Portuguese children brought a case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Wednesday, alleging that 32 nations have failed to act on global warming. The six, aged 11 to 24, claim they are suffering from "having to live with a climate that is getting hotter and
UK implements a U-turn in climate policy and opens largest oilfields in North Sea to exploration and production
The United Kingdom approved the exploration and exploitation of oil and gas in its largest undeveloped field, the North Sea Transition Authority, the responsible regulatory body said on Wednesday.
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Wednesday praised his US colleague Joseph Biden for supporting a strike by autoworkers in Detroit, just a week after both heads of state signed an understanding regarding the role of labor unions.
Spanish Popular Party leader Alberto Nunez Feijoo fell short of the 176 votes he needed to become prime minister after a vote by lawmakers on Wednesday. Feijioo's conservative Popular Party won the most seats in the July 2023 general election, but he has struggled with putting