Headlines: David becomes Royal; Not guilty' say rape trial jurors; Stanley Marathon this Sunday; Hospital recommends yellow fever jabs; Public meets with Foreign Affairs team; Early publication next week.
Heathrow Airport's controversial Terminal 5 is set to be opened by the Queen in a ceremony involving hundreds of airport and construction workers.
In a clear support of his tough handling of the guerrilla issue Colombian President Alvaro Uribe's popularity rose to a record 82%, the highest since he took office in 2002according to a Gallup pole published on Thursday, thanks to his handling of a recent diplomatic spat with Ecuador and Venezuela.
Brazilian farmers are set to receive a record 85 billion US dollars this year riding on high commodity prices and a bigger crop. This represents a 14.4% increase over the previous year in real value, according to the latest data from the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock.
Ecuador's president challenged US President George W. Bush to send troops to the Andean nation's border with Colombia or shut your mouth following on further claims that his country is a sanctuary for the cocaine funded Colombian rebel group FARC.
One of the United States leading investment banks, Bear Stearns received on Friday emergency funding, in a move that raises fears that one of Wall Street's biggest names is on the verge of collapsing.
Argentine farmers protesting higher grain and oilseeds export taxes have decided to extend their two days strike until next Wednesday because there has been no signals or reply from the government to their request to meeting authorities. Dairy farmers announced they were joining the strike.