Chile's air traffic reached an historic high this past April, with 54,000 domestic passengers and 68,000 international travelers. The 680,665 passengers flying in April represent a 22 percent increase compared to the same period last year.
Uruguayan president Tabaré Vazquez put an end on Monday to months' long speculations about his possible re-election stating during a public ceremony that he would not be a candidate in the next election.
Brazil that aspires to a permanent seat of the expanded UN Security Council along with India, strongly advocated the need for inclusion of great nations of the South in the global decision making bodies to create a more representative international order.
United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Venezuela's Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro fired verbal attacks at each other on Monday in Panama over the closure of a key opposition television station in Venezuela that has prompted mass protests.
Gosport on the western side of Portsmouth harbour has again led other British towns with the first public commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the 1982 war.
Spanish-Argentine oil company Repsol YPF SA admitted Monday that it's looking to divest a stake of around 45% of its Argentine unit YPF which it purchased in 1999 for the sum of 15 billion US dollars when Argentina was ruled by President Carlos Menem.
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Monday that rich nations should pay poorer countries to preserve their forests because the rich are responsible for most of the world's greenhouse gas emissions
LAN Airlines S.A. one of the leading airline groups in Latin America held Monday the reception ceremony for the first Airbus A318 aircraft to be incorporated into the Company's fleet.
Less than 24 hours after the Buenos Aires City elections results were made official, Argentine president Nestor Kirchner jumped into the run off dispute scheduled for next June 24 between the Conservative winner of the first round Maruicio Macri (46%), and his protégé and Education Minister Daniel Filmus (24%).