Mercosur and Andean Community Foreign Affairs Ministers will be holding a crucial meeting this Monday in Montevideo in an attempt to conclude a common free trade area between the two regional blocks by December 31.
Wall Street investment bankers, brokers and money managers who touted Argentina in the late nineties as one of the world's hottest economies, -as they raked in fat fees for marketing the country's stocks and bonds-, ended helping to actively create the most spectacular economic collapses in modern history, claims this Sunday's edition of The Washington Post.
Argentina and Colombia's air markets are in Lan Chile's strategic expansion agenda, although there's no timetable for theses operations.
Many travelers making layovers in the United States to catch connecting flights between international points will now be required to obtain visas, the U.S. departments of State and Homeland Security announced.
Three Caribbean islands home only to sea birds and turtles are soon to become national parks in the British Virgin Islands, the natural resources minister said Thursday.
The administration of Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is assessing whether it can free itself from International Monetary Fund support financing, or will it have to renew the current accord that expires next November.
The Inter-American Human Rights Committee Freedom of Expression Special Rapporteur formally requested Chilean authorities to lift the ban on a controversial television documentary that was taken off the air last July 23.
Argentina recalled its ambassador from Paraguay and is demanding an official explanation of remarks by a Paraguayan official characterizing Argentines and Brazilians as scoundrels, diplomatic sources
President Nestor Kirchner said Wednesday that former members of the nation's 1976-1983 military dictatorship who have been accused of committing human rights violations should be tried in Argentina.
President Nestor Kirchner led reporters Tuesday on a tour of the hidden Argentina, taking the journalists to public institutions that serve the needy.