Chile's flag carrier LAN announced Friday the fifth incorporation this year of a new long range Boeing 767-300, which is part of the 2006/08 fleet's expansion and renewal program costing two billion US dollars.
A Spanish royal envoy acting as a dialogue facilitator between Argentina and Uruguay that are engaged in an escalating pulp mills controversy is scheduled to arrive next Monday for a round of contacts in Buenos Aires and Montevideo.
Two Falklands/Malvinas veterans who fought on opposite sides and now command their countries' navies embraced amicably on Wednesday when they met at a naval exhibition in Valparaíso, Chile.
Bolivia's Senate handed President Evo Morales this week another key political victory, following his nationalization of the energy sector: the passage of his controversial land-reform project.
Argentina's president urged Uruguay on Thursday not to send troops to guard a pulp mill on a border river with Argentina that is at the core of an escalating dispute between the South American neighbors.
Brazil's economy grew 3.2% in the third quarter from a year earlier, compared with 1.2% in the second quarter, the government revealed Thursday in Rio de Janeiro.
On Thursday 20th November, Gibraltarians voted in a referendum to approve a new constitution.
Rafael Correa has been officially declared the winner of Ecuador's Sunday presidential run off after results showed his with a lead of 15 points over his rival Alvaro Noboa. With over 90% of votes tallied the US trained economist has 57.9% of the vote while Conservative banana tycoon Noboa 42.1%.
Bolivia's Senate approved President Evo Morales' far-reaching land reform law on Tuesday, ending a weeklong boycott by opposition lawmakers who attempted to block passage of the bill.
Falkland Oil and Gas Limited announces reaching agreement on the terms of
an £8 million convertible loan note issue.