A senior Royal Navy officer stressed that the new British government remains committed to keeping a strong naval presence around the Falkland Islands, reports the Portsmouth press.
Greek government bonds have been downgraded four notches to junk status from A3 to Ba1 by Moody's credit rating agency. The agency said Monday there was still considerable uncertainty surrounding the impact of measures introduced to cut the country's high budget deficit.
The Bank of England may need to hike interest rates soon as inflation has remained far stickier than expected, rate-setter Andrew Sentance warned in The Sunday Times.
While 850,000 Chileans lived abroad in 2005, now, just five years later, Chile’s consulates estimate the number has soared to two million.
The South American Nations Union (UNASUR) Congressional heads are holding a meeting in Quito, Ecuador, Monday-Tuesday to outline a new scheme in order to concrete the the region's congressional integration.
After two presidents who irritated Israel and the United States, the UN General Assembly elected a leader unlikely to ruffle Western feathers -- Joseph Deiss, a former president of Switzerland.
The Falkland Islands are marking today Monday June 14 the 28th anniversary of the liberation of the Islands from Argentine occupation in 1982 and a full program has been outlined by Gilbert House.
Brazil can’t continue to support dictators and regimes that ignore human rights, said opposition presidential hopeful during the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, PSDB, national convention that confirmed him as his grouping’s candidate for October 3.
President Lula da Silva’s former cabinet chief Dilma Rousseff was officially proclaimed Sunday as the ruling Workers’ Party presidential candidate for the coming October elections.
Bolivia and India’s Jindal Steel & Power one of the world’s leading steel manufacturers are scheduled to sign an addendum to the contract for the exploitation of the Mutún iron ore reserves with the purpose of unlocking the “lack of investments” according to Mines minister Jose Pimentel.