Stories for April 2007
Several families remain in emergency accommodation after an earthquake struck a corner of Britain, causing power cuts and damaging dozens of home.
London Mayor Ken Livingstone is about to start trials of London's first bus fuelled by bio-ethanol.
The Scania OmniCity double-decker will carry 81 passengers and be powered by ethanol made from Brazilian sugar cane.
President Hugo Chavez said Sunday that Venezuela hopes to gradually sell off its refineries in the United States and build a new network of refineries in Latin America, part of a plan to offer his leftist allies in the region a stable oil supply
Thousands of Argentines rallied Sunday as part of the third annual large-scale protest against an Uruguayan paper plant that has soured relations between the two South American countries.
The trade honeymoon between China and Latin America cannot last forever, experts warn: sooner or later, the Asian giant will reduce its need for raw materials, and countries across the Americas will then have to offer value-added, higher-tech goods.
The Chilean government wants Google to fix its Earth geographical search program that places a village named after Chilean independence hero Bernardo O'Higgins in Argentina.
TAM and TAP Portugal, a Star Alliance member, are executing yesterday a Memorandum of Agreement establishing a comprehensive alliance that comprises several areas, taking advantage of the synergies arising from their respective networks, products and services in the routes connecting Brazil and Portugal.
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa went deep into the Amazon jungle to show his disdain for Chevron Corp., which is on trial in Ecuador for allegedly failing to clean up billions of gallons of toxic wastewater.
THE second Falklands Forum held in London on Wednesday, April 18 has been described as, a real eye opener, and, a most useful and constructive day, by members of the UK press who attended the event.
Argentina has decided to accept the Brazilian offer of the polar vessel Ary Rongel for the coming Antarctic campaign 2007/08 next December which means the British option has been discarded.