The Falkland Islands Government, Falkland Islands Media Trust and BBC World Service have signed an agreement to strengthen the development of a strong, modern and independent media environment on the Islands was announced Friday.
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Venezuela has prohibited Continental Airlines and Delta Air Lines from flying into this South American nation and is restricting American Airlines, Francisco Plaz, the president of the National Aviation Institute, said.
The news that the BBC World Service is axing its dedicated and historic Calling the Falklands programme has caused dismay and anger among some Falklands supporters in the United Kingdom who believe it is an ill-timed error of judgment by the BBC and the Foreign Office, who finance the programme.
The free trade agreement between United States, Central America and the Dominican Republic, CAFTA, becomes effective next March 1, with two months delay and involving only one of Latinamerican countries, El Salvador.
Uruguay experienced a trade deficit of 264 million US dollars in 2005 in spite of a significant surge in exports, according to the latest release from the Central Bank
The Rei Momo, or Carnival King, officially kicked off five days and nights of nonstop partying Friday with a special appeal for revelers to practice safe sex.
Argentina's main association of journalistic organizations on Friday accused President Nestor Kirchner of imposing blatant restrictions on the flow of information regarding his administration.
Former president and Nobel laureate Oscar Arias won Costa Rica's Feb. 5 presidential election, a press group said Wednesday, citing figures from a manual recount of the ballots
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's popularity has bounced back from a corruption scandal that threatened to derail his government, making him the favourite to win October's election, a poll showed on Tuesday.