A night spent on a cold and rainy mountain this week has 'laid ghosts to rest' say former British Servicemen who have been haunted by the deaths of their friends and colleagues in the battle for the Falkland Islands twenty five years ago.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva said the discovery of reserves that may total as much as 8 billion barrels of oil and natural gas may lead the country to join the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
An estimated 20,000 Argentines marched to Argentina's river border with Uruguay on Saturday, some arriving by boat, to protest the opening of a paper plant in the neighboring Uruguay on fear its operations will endanger the environment and contaminate agricultural lands in their country.
Chile's Summit for Friendship and Integration of the Latin-American People, popularly known as the People's Summit, culminated Saturday with an event that brought together Bolivian President Evo Morales, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, and Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage. Speaking to a crowd of roughly 3,000 spectators, the four leaders emphasized unity among Latin American nationsÃÂ¢€particularly against the hegemony of U.S. capitalismÃÂ¢€as the key to constructing the region's future.