Argentina's first fatal strike against the British Falklands Task Force in May1982, sinking the air defence destroyer HMS Sheffield, has been recalled in media reports and dramatic recollections of men involved in the action.
A Kenya Airways flight with more than 100 people aboard has crashed in southern Cameroon, state radio reported on Saturday.
More than 20 countries have agreed to work together to end a method of deep-sea fishing which they say causes huge damage to the environment.
The International Federation of Airlines Pilots Associations, with over 100.000 members globally has warned that pilots operating in Argentine airspace must exercise extreme vigilance and awareness because of the lack of radars in the Buenos Aires area.
Venezuela threatened to expel Conoco-Phillips, the US oil company, if it does not abide by the nationalization of stakes held by foreign investors in the country's Orinoco heavy oil operations.
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has authorised the country to break the patent on an AIDS drug made by Merck & Co - importing a generic version from India instead. It's the first time Brazil has bypassed a patent to acquire cheaper drugs for its AIDS prevention program.