The “Malvinas War” seen from the air is the documentary to be aired Monday in the History channel for its Spanish language customers. According to the release the “War from the air” is a unique documentary which shows one of the most outstanding angles, but least publicized, of the 1982 South Atlantic conflict, the air battles between the Argentine Air Force and the Royal Air Force.
A victim of swine flu died yesterday in Scotland, the first confirmed death from in Europe, according to the World Health Organization.
With less than two weeks for the presidential primaries in Uruguay, Senator Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla captain, is leading comfortably and should on June 28th emerge as the candidate of the left wing ruling catch-all coalition, Broad Front. In the opposition the most probable presidential candidate will be former president Luis Alberto Lacalle.
The Falkland Islands government has accused Argentina of waging a campaign of economic warfare against it, according to an article in the Sunday edition of The Guardian by Robert Booth.
The Cuban neurosurgeon Hilda Molina arrived in Argentina on Sunday to visit relatives, 15 years after she broke ranks with former leader Fidel Castro over the healthcare system on the island.
Japan’s Prince Hitachi began an official visit to Peru this weekend to take part in the 110th anniversary celebrations for Japanese immigration to Peru.
The UK is in the best shape out of all the economies in Europe, according to Paul Krugman, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize for economics. He said that the UK's economic policies had been pretty good and called them intelligent.
“The Spanish economy can’t take any more migrant labour” said Spanish Labour Minister Celestino Corbacho in an interview with one of Madrid’s main Sunday newspapers.
Peruvian president Alan García gave his full support to cabinet chief Yehude Simon and Interior minister Mercedes Cabanillas, whom the opposition are demanding they resign because of the violent clashes with indigenous communities which left over 50 dead (half of them policemen) in the Amazonia province.
The world's largest economies are beginning to stabilise but still face major risks amid an ongoing global recession, according to G8 finance ministers. At a meeting in Italy of G8 nations, the ministers said stock markets were rising, interest rates more stable, and consumer confidence was returning.