With no party emblems just the Argentine flag, First Lady Cristina Kirchner launched Thursday evening her campaign to the Senate for the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina's main electoral district and turf of former caretaker president Eduardo Duhalde.
Methanex the world's leading methanol company with a huge plant in Punta Arenas has offered ENAP, Chile's oil company aid in exploring for natural gas in Magallanes Region.
The wave of corruption shell shocking the Brazilian government reached Communications Minister Luiz Gushiken on Thursday when it was revealed that a consulting firm which formerly belonged to the minister has enjoyed skyrocketing revenues since President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva took office.
Brazilian Congress gave final approval Thursday to a bill that makes Spanish a second language in the country's public and private primary schools. The bill awaits now President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's signature.
The coming departure of long-serving president Enrique Iglesias is sparking an unprecedented fight over leadership of the Inter-American Development Bank with the United States backing a Colombian diplomat and the region's left-leaning governments supporting the IDB's current Brazilian vice president.
Falklands' support for bombed London; Boys run, row and cycle for veterans' charity; Fishing investigation.
Tony Blair will seek to tie up agreements on Africa and climate change after returning to the G8 summit.
World leaders condemned the deadly attacks on London's transport system yesterday as ??barbaric,'' ??odious'' and ??despicable'' in a globe-spanning pledge of solidarity ? and vowed to cooperate to track down the terrorists.