The Argentinean National Police have been carrying out a series of raids in order to crack down on foreign currency trafficking, which comes at a moment when the nation looks to counter a FX crisis that has seen the black market dollar trade flourish over the last few months.
The Venezuelan regime announced on Tuesday night it will vaccine the national population with Chinese and Russian COVID-19 vaccines, which could arrive in capital Caracas in December or January.
The Venezuelan interim government is organizing a popular consultation to repudiate the socialist regime of dictator Nicolas Maduro, in a process that will be held around the December 6thcongressional election that the opposition is boycotting.
The Colombian government said on Tuesday morning that the country’s economy contracted 10.6 percent in August compared to the same month in the year 2019, as strict neighborhood COVID-19 lockdown in capital Bogota slowed economic recovery.
The government of Netherlands announced last Oct. 19 that it will offer compensation to the children of the Indonesians executed by the Dutch military during the Indonesian War of Independence between 1945 to 1950.
Pakistani opposition leader Muhammad Safdar was released on bail last Oct.19, a day after being arrested for raising anti-government slogans at a mausoleum ahead of a rally.
A ranking member of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee demanded the Trump administration answer questions about stealth deportations of Venezuelan refugees during the 2020 fiscal year in a possible violation of American laws and policies.
Thousands of Indigenous Colombians arrived in capital Bogota on Sunday afternoon, in order to march against President Duque because of the growing violence in their territories.
The Brazilian government decided to temporarily eliminate tariffs on soy and corn imports from nations outside the Mercosur trade bloc until next year, in a move that reverses one of the main policies of conservative President Jair Bolsonaro.
Puerto Rican announced on Saturday that it will relax some COVID-19-related restrictions next week, pointing out that more people will be able to visit gyms, casinos, restaurants and theaters all around the Caribbean island.