Stories for September 2006
Mexico's president-elect says he will try to do what his predecessor couldn't in six years: reach an immigration accord that will let millions more Mexicans work in the United States legally.
For the second year running United States Armed Forces experts are holding land mine detection and removal courses for Chilean Army and Marine personnel reports the Santiago press.
Petrobras, Brazil's government owned oil company is exploring in waters 1,000 meters deep south of Buenos Aires province (South Atlantic) in partnership with Energia Argentina SA and other oil companies, revealed Decio Oddone, Petrobras executive manager for the Southern Cone.
Mercosur junior members' decision to negotiate free trade agreements with third parties received Friday the blessing of Brazil, current chair of the group, following a meeting of the Brazilian and Uruguayan presidents, Lula da Silva and Tabare Vazquez.
Another senior Cabinet minister has joined the war of words over whether Chancellor Gordon Brown will be Tony Blair's successor as Prime Minister.
At 2100 GMT Tropical Storm Florence was 745km (465 miles) south of Bermuda, moving north-west at 20km/h, the US National Hurricane Center said.
Every Tuesday from nine to past noon, Dr. Vázquez, a 66-year-old oncologist who specializes in breast cancer, can be found at the Mammary Diagnostic Centre, which serves more than 23,000 patients.
Oil prices fell by almost $1 a barrel on Friday, dipping below $67 as traders focused on slackening demand and rising supplies.
A medium-intensity earthquake hit Chile's central valley at 1:32 p.m. on Saturday and lasted for 40 seconds.
A group of UK MPs and one MEP led by Lindsay Hoyle will be guests of the Government of Gibraltar for the National Day festivities this Sunday 10 September.