Veterans badges are to be awarded to servicemen and women who fought in the Falklands War, the Government will announce this week reported The Daily Telegraph.
US President George Bush told his Brazilian counterpart that he has decided to minimize reactions to statements from Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, reported the Brazilian press.
Michelle Bachelet, Chile's first woman president, marked the first year anniversary of her government on Sunday. A darling of the international press, her presidency garnered unprecedented interest abroad by championing her liberal values in what was once South America's most conservative country. Still, she completes her first year with a mixed record.
Message from Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth.
A large group of countries attending a high level meeting on world fisheries in Rome have agreed to start a process leading to the adoption of a legally binding international agreement establishing control measures in ports where fish is landed, transhipped or processed in order to combat illegal fishing, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, announced Monday.
British Prime Minister marked Commonwealth Day by praising the work of the community in bridging many of the world's divides. The 53 member nations work together to promote peace, democracy, development and international understanding, he said.
Famous for his bloopers and possibly haunted by the outbursts of another Latinamerican leader, President George Bush was up to his best while in Uruguay when he praised the excellent Venezuelan beef, sorry I mean Uruguayan beef.