One of the twin daughters of President George W Bush has been robbed of her handbag in Argentina despite protection by US Secret Service agents.
A growing number of university students from the United States spend a year abroad, pursuing careers from political science to the arts, and gaining a wealth of world-knowledge in the process. Chile appears to be a growing favorite among them.
HMS Norfolk becomes Almirante Cochrane; Two sperm whales grounded in Magellan Strait beaches; Chilean algae exports total 99 million US dollars; Methanex back in production after Argentine strikers cut gas supply.
United States encouraged and supported the 1964 military coup in Brazil against elected president Joao Goulart according to documents from the US State Department recently declassified.
World Trade Organization Director General Pascal Lamy called Wednesday on all parties to decisively re-launch the Doha round negotiations. He was speaking in the framework of the current twentieth anniversary celebrations of the GATT Uruguay round in Montevideo.
United States signed Wednesday a free-trade agreement (FTA) with Colombia, which promises to strengthen economic ties between both countries by eliminating tariffs and other barriers to goods and services and expanding trade.
President Néstor Kirchner yesterday avoided talking about an oil workers protest in three Patagonian provinces as he addressed a crowd in Santa Cruz. But he did say that the province's next governor must be a courageous person.
A Malta flagged cruise vessel with 150 passengers and which grounded in Antarctica Monday night were rescued by a Spanish Navy icebreaker currently on support duty in Antarctica.
The cruise virus Norwalk apparently struck early this month aboard a Chilean flagged cruise traveling from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas affecting an estimated fifty passengers, reports the local press.
The World Bank agreed Tuesday to finance a controversial pulp mill project in Uruguay that has caused tensions with Argentina over concerns it will cause environmental damage to a shared river.