The government of de facto Honduran President Roberto Micheletti is not ready to sign a proposed agreement to end the country's ongoing political crisis, Costa Rican Foreign Minister Bruno Stagno said in Honduras.
Argentine farmers’ organizations announced Tuesday another national trading stoppage to protest President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner administration camp policies particularly taxes on grains and oilseeds exports.
Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday it is unconstitutional to punish an adult for private use of marihuana as long as it doesn't harm anyone else. The unanimous ruling makes Argentina the second Latinamerican country in the past four days to allow personal use of a formerly illegal drug.
Falkland Islands would make “strenuous representations” if plans to withdraw the severely damaged ice patrol HMS Endurance are implemented, was announced during a recent public meeting in Stanley.
President Michelle Bachelet launched a new website Monday afternoon aimed at informing foreigner about Chile.
The Argentine Central Bank helped the Treasury with 3 billion Pesos (approximately 790 million US dollars) during June to cover the gap caused by exceptional outlays because of the mid term elections.
US-based entrepreneur Steve Bowman and his wife, Chris, looked in Panama and researched other tropical locales before they bought property in Piriápolis, Uruguay’s old resort town, 18 months ago. Their reasons for choosing Uruguay included the country’s stability and relatively unspoiled coastline, as well as the friendly people.
Over half of Colombians support or agree with the presence of US forces in the country’s military bases, as established in a cooperation agreement which has triggered a strong controversy in South America.