The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, (OPEC), president Ahmed al Fahd al Sabah, currently visiting Moscow tried Monday to convince Russia to a closer oil policy coordination.
Businesses are incredibly optimistic about their future in the Falkland Islands, despite the economic challenges they currently face.
Puerto Rico Gov. Aníbal Acevedo Vila yesterday rejected a Bush administration report saying that Washington has the final word in defining the US territory's status.
A Lieutenant Colonel from the British Ministry of Defence is to pay a familiarisation visit to the Falkland Islands early next year to examine the situation with landmines.
For the first time ever Chilean fisheries exports will surpass three billion US dollars, 400 million US dollars above the 2004 record, mainly because of the industry's success in adding value to production.
Britain will meet its commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under the Kyoto protocol on climate change but many other European countries will fail to do so, according to a report from the Institute of Public Policy Research published Tuesday.
Though he describes himself as Washington's nightmare, Evo Morales's victory in Bolivia's presidential election December 18 has its positive side.
November fish and shellfish landings in Argentine ports reached 74.000 tonnes bringing the total Argentine catch to 765.473 tonnes in the first eleven months of the year, according to figures released the Argentine Fisheries and Aquaculture Undersecretariat (SSP&A).
Royal Navy's Ice Patrol vessel HMS Endurance hosted the famous solo yachtswoman Dame Ellen MacArthur after she arrived in the wildlife paradise of South Georgia on board the yacht Tara.
Brazilian opposition candidate Jose Serra has become the top presidential contender in Brazil, according to the latest public opinion poll by Ibope. Almost 36% of respondents said they would vote for the current Sao Paulo mayor and Brazilian Party of Social Democracy (PSDB) member in the next election.