Stories for 2014
He also criticised the Bachelet administration for making too many mistakes, creating hostile atmosphere and not making their programs known beforehand
French clergyman who made the famous 'Habemus Papam' announcement when Francis was elected becomes the new person to be in charge of the Vatican in case of vacancy
Lawmaker and member of the Argentine Industrial Union (UIA) José Ignacio de Mendiguren said that inflation is not 40% as some private indexes say, but he pointed out that it is not around 24% as the government says either. “I think it is over 30%,” he said.
Britain ’s ambassador to the United Nations has hit out at the UN’s Special Committee on Decolonisation (C24) for its “outdated” approach to dealing with overseas territories.
Hundreds of families welcomed back their loved ones for Christmas as HMS Iron Duke returned to Portsmouth from a successful South Atlantic patrol conducting maritime security operations and providing support to British Overseas Territories in the region.
Colombia's armed forces suffer 10 fatal casualties, several others wounded and one missing in clashes with rebels. Negotiations continue unaltered in Havana.
Survivor says her husband went missing. The other occupants were shipped back to the island. Women and children freed, men still in custody.
Sweltering heat props up use of air conditioning. 'Specific failures' along the distribution line spark street, social media protests
The Argentine ambassador in London also accused PM Cameron's government of 'celebrating war' with Thatcher statue.
With Francis' new role in international affairs, Morales sounded confident Holy See will do its part in feud with Chile, but made no specific mention of it.