The Argentine pilot remains returned from the Falkland Islands last August correspond to Air Force navigator Captain Fernando Casado, who was shot down during possibly the last air incursion before the end of the conflict in June 1982, according to primary reports published Wednesday in Buenos Aires daily Clarin.
Two Russian strategic bombers landed in Venezuela on Wednesday as part of military exercises, an unprecedented deployment to the territory of a new ally at a time of increasingly tense relations with United States
The global food crisis caused by soaring prices is jeopardizing the right to food, and any potential solution to the problem must be viewed through the lens of human rights, an independent United Nations expert said Wednesday.
THE Condor hijackers of 1966 and diplomat Manuel Moreno are among a number of Argentines included in a fascinating 'Dictionary of Falklands Biography' edited by former Falklands Governor David Tatham, launched at Government House on Friday night.
Brazilian president Lula da Silva said he would be choosing his successor in 2010 and anticipated there are great chances that the next president could be a woman, although he did not advance names.
A new diplomatic time has opened for Paraguay's international relations and one of its priorities is establishing full relations with Beijing, said Foreign Affairs minister Alejandro Hamed Franco during a visit to Brasilia.
A bill aimed at facilitating the return of 7.000 Argentine scientists currently working abroad, known as the Roots program will be considered the country's Senate. The bill has Lower House approval.
British lawmakers plan to demand new limits on immigration to help slow the population growth in the United Kingdom.
Argentine Rural and Stevedores' Workers Association secretary-general Gerónimo Venegas warned that, ”if the national government fails to implement a set of policies for the cattle and agricultural sector, next year the price of beef will climb up to 100 pesos (approximately 30 US dollars)”.
Russia plans to temporarily station a nuclear-powered missile cruiser and anti-submarine aircraft in Venezuela, foreign ministry spokesman Andrei Nesterenko said Monday in Moscow.