Declassified documents prove that United States was planning a military coup in Brazil in the early sixties to prevent labor leader Leonel Brizola from reaching power and the possible Cubanization of the country revealed Tuesday Folha de Sao Paulo.
A charismatic leader dubbed the Bishop of the Poor is an early favourite to make history as the first man to serve as a Roman Catholic bishop then be elected president of his country. Even when presidential elections next April are still far Fernando Lugo has the support from 40% of voters and is ten points ahead of his runner up.
Cuban president Fidel Castro said the United States government has all the needed capacity to prevent any attack on its territory, unless for political reasons, it's interested that it should happen.
Democracy is very much in force in Venezuela, and it's not convenient to try and isolate internationally the administration of President Hugo Chavez said Jose Miguel Insulza Organization of American States Secretary General in a Sunday interview with the Argentine daily Clarin.
Institutional quality, closed linked to rule of the law, economics and private property has Chile and Uruguay as Latinamerica best ranked countries, according to Argentina's think tank Institutions and Markets Research Centre, Ciima.
Argentine Economy Minister Felisa Miceli submitted her resignation Monday after a prosecutor requested an investigation into a package of money containing 64,000 dollars found in her office lavatory, her spokesman said.
British Ambassador in Chile Howard Drake said that security measures surrounding the legation premises in Santiago have been increased following the attack on the embassy late Sunday evening.
Brave Islanders receive awards; Lack of classroom space causes concern for Education Board; November Pilgrimage.
Under the title Corruption in Argentina; More brouhaha for the government the prestigious British magazine The Economist publishes a thrashing report about the current political situation in Argentina and the Kirchners future.
Peruvian unions staged a second day of escalating national protests, leaving three dead and dozens injured prompting alarm over economic losses in tourism and agriculture, and the overall economy one of the fastest growing in South America.