Stories for June 2007
Venezuela may need to apologize to Brazil's Congress if it wants to join Mercosur cautioned Brazil's Foreign Affairs minister Celso Amorim in an interview published Thursday in the capital Brasilia.
Fearing inflation will fail to moderate as expected, the United States Federal Reserve, following two days meeting, left its main interest rate unchanged, for the eighth time running at 5.25
Mercosur Foreign Affairs and Finance ministers met Thursday in Paraguay ahead of the presidential summit scheduled for Friday when the trade block's six months rotating presidency will pass from Paraguay to Uruguay.
Twenty five years alter the end of the Falklands War Argentine Air Force Comodoro Pablo Carballo still defines himself as a combatant, as opposed to being a former or ex combatant of the 1982 war. Ex-combatant would mean that I no longer fight on he explains.
Tony Blair has handed over power to Gordon Brown, his finance minister, after more than 10 years as Britain's prime minister.
He formally handed his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday
Relations between the Falkland Islands and Argentina with positions so firmly entrenched, realistically are not going to change, but Gibraltar and Northern Ireland show us that very intractable situations can make progress, when there's good will on both sides and willingness to put the sovereignty issue aside.
The global 2007-08 soybean harvest is likely to fall by eight million tons on the season to 227.61 million tons, according to forecasts from Hamburg-based oilseeds analysts Oil World.
This would be below the 2007/08 global forecast consumption of 237.90 million tons, up from an estimated 227.36 million tons in 2006-07.
Nine new European Union member nations are on course to join the bloc's borderless travel zone by the end of the year, despite security concerns by some of the older EU members, according to Germany's Interior minister.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is to become a Middle East envoy working on behalf of the quartet made up of United States, Russia, United Nations and the European Union.
In a message to incoming British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Argentine president Nestor Kirchner renewed his administration's indeclinable willingness to resume the delayed Falklands/Malvinas Islands negotiations process