Argentine dissident opposition members proclaimed this Saturday governor Julio Cobos as Cristina Kirchner's ticket companion for the coming October presidential election which according to opinion polls favor the incumbent candidate.
Two days of direct dialogue between Uruguayan and Argentine diplomats over the pulp mills dispute is scheduled to begin next Monday in New York under the auspices of the Spanish Crown which is acting as coordinator of the round of talks.
With over 30% of the global burden of disease in children attributable to environmental factors, the United Nations health agency delivered the first ever report highlighting youngsters' special susceptibility to harmful chemical exposures at different periods of their growth, and the potential effects later in life.
Argentina's First Lady Cristiana Kirchner is set to win the coming October presidential election in the first round with no need of a run off, according to public opinion polls published in Buenos Aires daily Sunday editions.
The relocation of the pulp mill under construction in Uruguay, and which Argentina objects on legal and environmental grounds, is impossible said Uruguay's former president Jorge Batlle in an interview with the Buenos Aires press.
Paraguay's president Nicanor Duarte Frutos announced the naming of a new Finance minister following the unexpected resignation for strictly personal reasons of Ernst Bergen who had been on the job for 26 months.