Leader Evo Morales has claimed victory in Bolivia's presidential elections, as exit polls show he has snared 51 percent of the vote.
Rockhopper Exploration is doing all the preparatory work it can as it waits for a rig to become available.
Desire is pleased to announce that the Environmental Impact Assessment, required for
drilling in Tranches C and D in the North Falkland Basin, has been submitted
for approval to the Falkland Islands Government.
The Sixth Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) concluded Sunday with a Hong Kong Ministerial Declaration.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Monday that his country fought not so much for its own interests as in defense of the world's poorest countries at last week's WTO conference in Hong Kong.
Argentina called on the United Kingdom to comply with the international community's request to resume bilateral sovereignty talks with the purpose of reaching a peaceful, fair and long lasting solution to the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty controversy.
World famous yachtswoman Dame Ellen MacArthur called into the Falklands on Saturday, on her way to South Georgia, where she will be helping out with a bird survey being conducted there this summer.
The Chilean navy incorporated Friday morning two refurbished Dutch frigates in the naval port of Den Helder, Holland.
Consumer prices in United States during November dropped 0.6%, the sharpest slide in 56 years according to the latest release from the US Labour Department. The Eurozone also reported a similar situation in November with a 0,3% inflation contraction.
Indian candidate Evo Morales favourite to win Bolivia's Sunday presidential election said he was willing to begin talks with United States but without any kind of submission, if he is finally elected.