The Peru that fugitive Alberto Fujimori will return to is going to seem very different from the one he left back in 2000. The man that he ordered to be captured either dead or alive in the 1992 coup is now the President of the Republic.
Population data has been collected for one colony on the New Island reserve for the last 29 years, and as such is the only long term data set for the Falkland Islands.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Gore and the leaders of some 80 nations converge on the United Nations today for a summit on the warming Earth and what to do about it.
Beleaguered British farmers suffering after several outbreaks of foot-and-mouth face a second threat as a new livestock virus, bluetongue, claimed the life of a Highland cow in Suffolk, east England.
THE installation of Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) is likely to be made mandatory for ships operating in Falklands' waters.
Uruguay is South America most environmentally friendly country and together with Australia are the only two from the Southern Hemisphere to rank among the world's top ten greenest and most livable, according to a list published by Readers' Digest.
Uruguayan and Argentine delegates will be meeting next Saturday in New York to consider the pulp mills controversy, confirmed the Spanish Foreign Office which is acting as a facilitator to help find a way out to the dispute that has strained bilateral relations between the neighboring countries.
Uruguay's per capita consumption of beef jumped from 40 to 54 kilos in five years making the domestic market the second destination of the country's most important single export according to a release from the local Meat Institute, INAC.
Uruguay is on route to add another substantial option to its commodities' led economy: pulp and paper. A pulp mill is ready to begin production, another two are on the drawing board and a fourth has been announced by Portuguese interests.
Argentina will object any British initiative to extend the illegitimate occupation of the Falkland Islands and its adjoining waters, in the event of such a decision, Argentine Foreign Affairs minister Jorge Taiana was quoted on Monday by the Buenos Aires press from New York.