Message from Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth.
British Prime Minister marked Commonwealth Day by praising the work of the community in bridging many of the world's divides. The 53 member nations work together to promote peace, democracy, development and international understanding, he said.
Famous for his bloopers and possibly haunted by the outbursts of another Latinamerican leader, President George Bush was up to his best while in Uruguay when he praised the excellent Venezuelan beef, sorry I mean Uruguayan beef.
President George W Bush thanked Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe for his support in the anti-drugs war and promised to work intensely to have US Congress ratify the free trade agreement between both countries.
US and Venezuela presidents George W. Bush and Hugo Chavez, both on Latinamerican tours are the leaders with the lowest standing in the region according to a public opinion survey from Latinobarometro released at the end of 2006.
Venezuela's Hugo Chavez visited flood-ravaged Bolivia on Saturday to show off the fact that his country has pledged 10 times more aid than the United States Bush administration.
President George Bush travels to Colombia early Sunday amid extremely tight security in the Colombian capital where he will meet and publicly express support for Washington's top ally in the region, President Alvaro Uribe.
An Argentine federal judge ordered former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone arrested in connection with human rights abuses stemming from Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, reported Thursday the Buenos Aires press.
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United States President George Bush rejected in Sao Paulo accusations of U.S. neglect in Latin America. Bush spent Friday in Brazil the first leg of his five countries weeklong visit to Latinamerica.