No London Metropolitan Police officers will face disciplinary action over the death of Brazilian natural Jean Charles de Menezes. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) earlier cleared 11 of the 15 officers involved in the case.
A new chapter of Argentina's first woman president policy of reestablishing normal relations with institutions took place Thursday on graduation day for cadets from the three military services.
Forty-eight hours of celebrations are taking place to mark nine new states joining a European border-free zone.
US-Venezuelan businessman Guido Antonini Wilson, who in August attempted to introduce to Argentina an undeclared suitcase full of cash, was reportedly seen two days later at Government House in Buenos Aires, an Argentine prosecutor said on Thursday.
The incoming naval commander of the Chilean Naval Zone III in Punta Areas identified three main tasks for the Chilean Navy in the area next year. They include reopening an Antarctic base, relocating all the Navy's land operations into a single building and have Chile's icebreaker Admiral Oscar Veil definitively stationed in Punta Arenas.
The Argentine government disclosed Friday the Rational and Efficient Power Use Plan with the aim of easing daily demand peak and saving water reserves for winter. Federal Planning minister Julio De Vido, also known as the energy czar underlined that the plan does not mean restrictions.
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today looked back on his busy first year in office, which took him to nearly 40 countries or territories on six continents to push for progress in four main areas – UN reform, climate change, human rights and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and international security
The United Kingdom's position on Gibraltar's territorial waters was made clear in unequivocal terms to a group of MPs charged with scrutinizing British foreign affairs, it has emerged, reports the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Argentina's Congress criticized the United States on Wednesday over an alleged cover-up involving a cash-full suitcase that U.S. prosecutors say was bound for President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner campaign.