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A FALKLANDS artist who has spent three years of his life living in Buenos Aires is to stand for election to Falkland Islands government.
Colombian president Alvaro Uribe said he is willing to create a meeting zone to enable talks to take place with the country's Revolutionary Armed Forces, FARC, aimed at freeing rebel-held hostages.
Venezuela's president Hugo Chavez has confirmed he will be in Buenos Aires for next Monday's taking office ceremony of elected Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and a week later he will be back in the River Plate but in Montevideo for the Mercosur presidential summit.
President Nestor Kirchner, credited with leading Argentina out of an economic meltdown after his 2003 election, said Wednesday in a rare television interview that his president-elect wife would have a much better administration than his.
A FORMER British Paratrooper is petitioning the Prime Minister to allow Falklands War veterans to visit the islands using the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence low cost 'Indulgence' flight system.
During a three-day visit to Brazil that wrapped up Wednesday the top United Nations human rights official praised the South American country's recent accomplishments in that realm but pointed out that other obstacles remain.
Constitutional modernization and greater autonomy, corruption, climate change and protection of children and women were among the main issues addressed during the ninth British Overseas Territories Consultative Council meeting held in London this week.
The president of Brazil's Senate resigned Tuesday while fighting allegations of corruption. Senator Sen. Renan Calheiros, a key ally of President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, retained his position as a senator but announced he was resigning the presidency in what analysts said was a gambit to avoid expulsion from the Senate.
United States and Britain will be sending low profile representatives to the taking office ceremony of Argentine elected president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner next Monday December 10 in Buenos Aires.