Brazilian president Lula da Silva said that over 800 million people every night go to sleep feeling hungry which is an insult to humanity and blamed the intolerable protectionism of wealthy countries that insulate their farming sectors.
Argentina' ombudsman promised on Tuesday following a meeting with farmers that he would do his best to channel camp's claims before the government and help find a solution to the conflict because of the current social situation in the country.
Barack Obama rocked a Minnesota crowd Tuesday night, making presidential campaign history.
THE British Government has sought an extension of the deadline for the UK to meet its obligation to clear anti-personnel mines in the Falklands.
The expansion of the main building of the Ushuaia airport terminal, in Tierra del Fuego, is scheduled to be finished early next year helping to further promote what is rapidly becoming the main industry of Argentina's most southern province.
The United Nations World Food Programme said on Wednesday that it will provide 1.2 billion US dollars in additional food aid in the 62 countries hit hardest by the current crisis resulting from the surge in food and fuel prices.
The Salmon Infectious Anemia, ISA, virus keeps spreading in Chile according to the latest release from the country's Sernapesca, (Nacional Fisheries Service) reports the press from Puerto Montt.
Port authorities in the extreme south Patagonian province of Santa Cruz signed an agreement with a Puerto Deseado dry dock for the building of a floating dock for the Argentine Navy.
AT the Decolonisation Committee of 24 next week, Falklands Councillors will query why Islanders are not deemed, like other self-governing countries, to have the right to self-determination.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Wednesday that long term inflationary expectations are concerning but he does not believe the United States will experience the out-of-control prices seen with 1970s oil shocks.