Gordon Brown has said he will not call a general election this autumn. The PM said he wanted a chance to show the country his vision for change and to develop his policies further.
Former General Augusto Pinochet's widow, children and former associates were provisional released on bail Saturday, two days after their arrest on corruption charges.
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As part of his five-nation tour through Latin America, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates met Thursday with his Chilean counterpart José Goñi Carrasco to discuss defense issues of common interest and to sign a bilateral agreement.
On Sunday Costa Rica votes on a crucial free trade agreement with the United States which has the country's electorate split almost equal, according to the latest public opinion polls. The situation could be of concern for the future of Central America's most stable democracy.
The first Falkland Islands war memorial in Wales was uneviled in Catahys Park, Cardiff, during a ceremony that gathered hundreds of South Atlantic war veterans.
A beautiful journalist at the heart of one of the latest Brazilian Congress scandals has hit the cover of the Brazil edition of Playboy and become an instant sales success.
President Michelle Bachelet called for calm and said no one is above the law in Chile following the indictment on Thursday on corruption charges of 23 people related to former dictator General Augusto Pinochet including his widow and five children.
He was given for dead and honoured in multiple ceremonies as one of the 649 Argentine combatants who lost their lives 25 years ago in the Malvinas war. However just a few days ago with the help of internet his sister discovered Efrain Renato Salcedo was alive, but imprisoned in Brazil, reports the Argentine press.
The Buenos Aires Financial Times office wrote a scathing article about the Argentine First Lady and presidential candidate Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner saying she devotes so much time to foreign travel during her election campaign that it almost looks as though she is running for a job at the United Nations, not the presidency of Argentina.