The Falkland Islands are truly a special place, where nature is still in charge.
Bolivian President Carlos Mesa announced Sunday that he would submit his resignation to Congress, saying in a nationally televised speech that growing protests against his government were blocking the country.
Gladys Marin, the combative leader of the Chilean Communist Party who became a symbol in the fight against the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet, died early Sunday after a long fight with cancer, the party reported. She was 63.
It was shortly after midnight on a warm summer night at the harbor in Punta del Este, Uruguay, and tanned young couples were streaming out of restaurants, wondering what to do next.
A team from the UK who had come to prepare and initiate procedures for the Infrastructure Services Provider left Gibraltar last week.
Venezuelan Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel revealed in an interview published Sunday in a Peruvian newspaper that former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela Charles Shapiro warned him of a possible plot to kill President Hugo Chavez.
United States Secretary of the Treasury John Snow did not discard Bono from the Irish rock group U2, and a great fighter for the cancelling of poor countries debts, as a candidate to preside over the multilateral World Bank, WB.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez currently visiting India said that OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Oil Exporting Countries) could decide to establish the crude price band between 40 and 50 US dollars per barrel, adding that the days of cheap oil are over.
The longliner Elqui is being investigated by South Georgia Fisheries officials on suspicion of toothfish poaching.