A young Chilean family who are among a number choosing to adopt the Falkland Islands as their home, received British citizenship at a ceremony conducted at Government House, Stanley on Monday evening.
The Miami federal court cash scandal case which involves Venezuela and Argentina is becoming increasingly embarrassing for the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Bolivia's government said on Sunday it had reached a basic agreement with the opposition on ending the violence which officials say has left at least 30 people dead. The deal came after long hours of talks in the capital, La Paz.
Only 23% of Argentines believe President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is performing a good job, while 65% consider she's on the wrong track, according to the latest public opinion to be released over the weekend.
In a moving military ceremony the remains of an Argentine Air Force Canberra navigator shot down over the Falkland Islands in 1982 were handed on Monday to his family for burial in Cordoba.
Brazil's police are responsible for a significant proportion of the 48,000 murders committed every year, a United Nations human rights expert said Monday in a report heavily criticizing law enforcement in the South American country.
Bolivia's government and a key opposition figure appealed on Saturday for calm following days of political violence which have left at least 16 people killed in clashes. A summit of South American leaders to address the situation has been convened for Monday in Santiago de Chile.
Former Argentina president Eduardo Duhalde has called on the leaders of Argentina's farm rebellion to engage actively in politics, urging them to participate in government and congressional posts. Farm protests should not fade away, he said.
The hegemonic political system forged by former Argentine president Néstor Kirchner and his wife and successor Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has suffered an irreversible blow with the defeat of their grain duty hike bill in Congress in July, according to three Menemist intellectuals.
A new poll shows that the popularity of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is at its highest level since he took office in 2003.