Stories for September 10th 2007
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation, APEC, leaders meeting in Australia pledged on Sunday their political will and flexibility to bring faltering global trade talks into their final phase this year.
Millions of people throughout the developing world could be left out of the window of opportunity created by current windfalls of commodities unless those funds are used to diversify emerging economies according to a report by a United Nations (UN) agency.
Senator Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Argentina's First Lady, will face two major opposition contenders among the 14 candidates who registered by Sunday's deadline for October 28th presidential election.
A center-left businessman and a conservative former general face a November runoff for Guatemala's presidency, according to election returns Monday that showed a Nobel Peace Prize winner finishing a distant sixth.
A judge has ordered that 112 million dollars of former Argentine president Carlos Menem's assets be frozen as he investigates the allegations of illegal weapons deals during Menem's term of office.