The president of Brazil's airports agency Infiero Jose Carlos Pereira rejected point blank Monday suggestions that Brazil should accept international help to overcome the air space situation.
The world's leading and largest producer of methanol, Methanex Corporation said Monday that it had joined Wintersall from Germanay and GeoPark Holdings to bid for natural gas concessions in the extreme south of Chile.
Argentine president Nestor Kirchner image dropped to 49% in July, ten points below a year ago, according to the latest public opinion poll released this week by Poliarquía Consultants.
The United Kingdom emergency responses committee met Monday amid fears a power substation supplying thousands of homes in Gloucester may be lost to flooding, considered the worst since 1947.
The European Union urged China on Monday to be more vigilant about product safety, from toothpaste to pet food, and to provide more information about the measures it takes against manufacturers of fake or shoddy exports.
Wide fluctuations in Falkland Illex squid numbers in the last 20 years have been linked to an increased environmental variability in the Southwest Atlantic along with heavy commercial fishing.
Venezuela and Byelorussia will be signing military contracts for over a billion US dollars before the end of July announced the chair of the Byelorussian Security Council who also heads the bilateral economic cooperation committee.
Chaos in Brazilian civil aviation peaked Monday with 38% of flights delayed and another 20% cancelled, reported Infraero the agency which manages the country's airports.
Chile's relatively small concentration of fertile land has forced its forestry companies to look closely at other Latin American countries for expansion. Forestry companies have started to set their sights on a host of other countries, including Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Venezuela
Political uncertainty and crime are scaring thousands of Venezuelans from their country who are looking for better opportunities overseas according to Mequieroir.com, (iwanttoleave.com) web site which advises people who want to leave the country.