Tag: South America

Over 10,000 people arrested in Ecuador since riots began in January

Ecuador's police and armed forces have detained more than 10,000 people suspected of taking part in armed riots

Brazil’s Supreme Court orders ex-president Bolsonaro to hand over passport

Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) on Thursday ordered former President Jair Bolsonaro to hand over his passport to

Chile wildfires: Death toll rises to 122 as hundreds remain missing

The death toll from the devastating wildfires in central Chile has risen to 122, as authorities continue to

Brazil’s new justice minister vows to enhance public security

Brazil's Minister of Justice Ricardo Lewandowski assumed office on Thursday, pledging to safeguard public security. In his inaugural

Brazil, Ecuador leaders discuss fight against organized crime via telephone

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Tuesday spoke via telephone with his Ecuadorian counterpart Daniel Noboa

Leaders of Latin American Nations to Discuss Territorial Feud

The President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro and his Guyana counterpart Mohamed Irfaan Ali have agreed to engage in

Xi, Maduro announce elevation of China-Venezuela ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro Moros, who is on a state

Iranian President Visits South America to Boost Ties

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has embarked on a three-country tour of South America with the aim of strengthening

Lula leads South American summit to revive regional bloc

South America’s leaders met in Brazil’s capital on Tuesday for the first regional summit in nine years, aiming