World leaders have just five years to save the planet from a climate change disaster - but it can be done, according to a new report.
Financial information group Reuters accepted an 8.7-billion-pound (12.8-billion-euro) offer from Canadian conglomerate Thomson Corp. on Tuesday to create the biggest global force in the sector.
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher opened Tuesday an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum North in London to mark the 25 anniversary of the Falklands War. The 81 year old Baroness oversaw the 74 days conflict in 1982 which repelled Argentina's attempt to take over the Islands.
Controversy marked the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the Malvinas war 25th anniversary when a group of war veterans staked a soldier-manikin to the ground, an action rejected by next of kin who protested to Argentina's Minister of Defence and abandoned the opening ceremony.
United States consumer prices increased by 0.4% in April, down from 0.6% in March with prices of goods such as clothing offsetting higher petrol costs, according to the latest release from the US Labor Department.
Santiago de Chile's skies remained grey and smoggy Monday and Tuesday, and with no end in sight, former President Ricardo Lagos blamed the city's contamination levels on Argentina's unwillingness to provide Chile with more natural gas.
LAN Argentina was forced to cancel on Tuesday morning an additional five flights following the support from ground crews to the airline' pilots, technicians and crew members strike.