Two mining projects near the mutual border between Argentina and Chile have sparked protests, with demonstrators claiming that they would cause serious pollution.
Chile's head of the Energy Committee warned that the industrial sector must be prepared to pay higher prices for fuel given the new set of cuts in natural gas supply from Argentina.
Colombia's Trade minister confirmed Monday in Washington that his country had concluded talks for a free trade agreement with United States after nearly two years of negotiations.
With pressure growing on worldwide fish stocks, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization recommended that governments assign more fishing rights as a means of promoting conservation.
A brand new comprehensive photographic guide to Falkland Islands' wildlife has just been published.
Argentina Federal Fishery Council (CFP) decided to preventively set a total allowable catch (TAC) of 2,500 tonnes for Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) this year.
Spain's Foreign Ministry has approached Bolivian authorities to express concern about the search and arrest warrant issued against the chief executive of energy giant Repsol YPF in that country.
Lawmakers and business leaders from around the world launched a campaign last Friday in London to push recalcitrant governments to take action on climate change.
The emergence of a 1.7 meters long cuttlefish in a Puerto Montt beach, south of Chile caused panic Sunday among vacationers, reports the Chilean press
Chilean and German divers recovered the bell from the German cruiser Dresden scuttled during the First World War off the Chilean island of Juan Fernandez, reported Peter Neven, the German Embassy Cultural Attaché in Santiago.