Chile’s Army demining team announced last week the clearance of 5.799 mines in the north of Tierra del Fuego next to the so called Primera Angostura (First Narrow) of the Magellan Strait.
Dissident Cuban neurosurgeon Hilda Molina, now living in Argentina, said in an interview that Fidel Castro once felt “a very marked inclination” towards her.
Henry Kissinger while United States Secretary of State, halted a plan to warn South American military regimes against international political assassinations such as those involving the 1976 death in Washington of former Chilean minister Orlando Letelier, a document shows.
Hollywood stars Leonardo Di Caprio and Glenn Close are willing to support an environment-conservation project in Ecuador that would prevent the extraction of 850 million barrels of oil from the Amazon.
Bolivia, Venezuela and Ecuador are considered endemic foot and mouth disease regions according to the Pan-American FAM office, Panaftosa, which keeps track of the disease in the continent and has its main offices in Brazil.
Chile and Argentina pledged Thursday to deepen bilateral relations with visiting president Sebastian Piñera saying that “the best of our relationship is yet to come” and Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner anticipating that “ideological differences” won’t be an impediment to keep advancing in cooperation and joint projects.
Chile’s Ministry of Education has ordered an administrative and criminal investigation into the disappearance of laptops to be distributed among school children.
The 2009 global slowdown had an impact on the activity of the main ports of Latinamerica and the Caribbean, points out the latest release from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latinamerica and the Caribbean, Cepal.
Chile’s passion for soccer appears to be fading, notwithstanding the national “La Roja” team’s recent success in making it to this year’s World Cup games in South Africa.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez offered Wednesday to help Uruguay expand a refinery and supply it with crude oil. Chavez and visiting Uruguayan President Jose Mujica signed several accords pledging to deepen trade and energy ties between the two nations.