Spanish airline Iberia carried out landing and take off tests in the Gibraltar airport runway over the weekend in anticipation of the first formal flight scheduled for next December 16.
Heading for a record year of beef exports, over a billion US dollars, Uruguay's cattle herd is experiencing the impact of the efforts and it's doubtful it can sustain in the coming years such a level of production.
Carol Thatcher is to reveal her mother's most intimate thoughts on the Falklands War in a new documentary which will draw on Lady Thatcher's private diaries.
Former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet celebrated his 91st birthday yesterday with a mea culpa, taking political responsibility for acts committed following his 1973 military coup.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Caracas yesterday to back opposition presidential candidate Manuel Rosales as he closed his campaign against President Hugo Chávez, who is favoured to win the December 3 vote.
Nationalist-populist leader Rafael Correa seems to have emerged as the winner in Ecuador's Sunday presidential run-off according to private surveys, in what has been interpreted as a clear signal of electorate disenchantment with traditional politics.
The Euro soared to its highest level against the US dollar since April 2005 amid concerns for the deceleration of the US economy and a significant slowdown in the housing market.
Siemens Power Generation, a unit of Siemens AG (SI) said Friday it has been awarded major contracts from Argentina for the turnkey construction of two combined cycle power plants.
The Community of Andean Nations Foreign Affairs ministers' council extended Friday the category of associate member to Chile.
Islander crash at West Point; Equal fees for students will save ?a serious amount'; Holberg ?stable'; Norwegian Crown in Stanley;
Community service for DS; New ExCo members elected.