Argentina and China launched an agreement to exchange tax information involving physical persons, business associations, trust funds, foundations and any entity liable of fiscal responsibility.
Bolivian president Evo Morales blasted United Nations and the Security Council for having approved military actions against Libya, an issue which he promised to consider when he addresses the General Assembly in New Your.
Participants at a UN forum that met in Paris have drafted an action plan to improve the safety of journalists and ensure that crimes committed against them do not go unpunished.
The head of the World Bank on Monday said a drop in investor confidence was already feeding through to developing nations from a growing debt crisis in advanced economies and urged cooperative action.
The Times Atlas of the World exaggerated the rate of Greenland's ice loss in its thirteenth edition last week, scientists said on Monday.
Falkland Islands exploration company Argos Resources released Monday morning interim results and CEO Ian Thomson told investors that the group is on schedule to be ‘drill ready’ in late 2011/early 2012 to begin off-shore exploration activities in the South Atlantic British Territory.
Following on eleven days of activities including search and rescue operations and survival in Antarctic territory, Chilean and Argentine army patrols ended on Sunday the “SAR Land 2011” exercise in the framework of the Argentine-Chilean combined Antarctic rescue patrol program, Paracach.
Britain will meet shareholders from explorer Rockhopper to discuss the Falkland Islands and the location for the company's proposed 2 billion dollars oil project based on recent discovery estimates.
Jorge Capitanich, governor of the northern province of Chaco and a close ally of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was re-elected Sunday by a landslide difference of 30 points over his runner up.
Paraguay sanitary authorities confirmed an outbreak of foot and mouth disease which means the immediate suspension of all beef exports for at least two months and the sanitary rifle for 800 head of cattle.