Always an optimist, U.S. treasure hunter Bernard Keiser is requesting permission from Chilean government authorities for a fifth try at locating the gold and jewels supposedly buried on Robinson Crusoe Island during the 18th century by British pirates
Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, was in Santiago on Saturday, meeting with Chilean Foreign Minister Alfredo Moreno and President Sebastián Piñera.
Brazil's outgoing President Lula da Silva said he might run for president again some day, Folha de S. Paulo newspaper reported, a revelation that could weaken his chosen successor.
Twitter has raised 200 million US dollars of financing in a deal that value the micro-blogging company at 3.7 billion, less than a year after it began its first serious efforts to make money.
Argentine president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced Monday the launching of operation “Guard Watch” with the deployment of 6.000 border guards throughout the Greater Buenos Aires with the purpose of combating the insecurity wave and putting an end to the rash of illegal occupation of open spaces by organized squatters.