A senior Brazilian police officer has been arrested on suspicion of ordering the murder of a judge who investigated police corruption.
A poll from the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Reality (CERC) released Tuesday confirmed that Chile’s beleaguered President Sebastián Piñera continues to lose popular support.
Brazil cut a tax on fuel sold by Petrobras by 16% helping prevent surging import costs from squeezing profit margins at the state-run company and reducing the need for price increases as inflation quickens.
Japan's number two automaker, is planning to invest 1.5 billion dollars to build a factory in Brazil that might produce electric cars, according to reports in the media.
A record-high 81% of US citizens are dissatisfied with the way the country is being governed, adding to negativity that has been building over the past 10 years.
Bolivia's Interior minister and his Deputy resigned Tuesday after mounting recriminations over a violent police crackdown on marchers opposed to a jungle highway that they say would despoil an indigenous preserve.
The Foreign Office has launched a consultation on a new strategy for the Overseas Territories and is inviting views from people of those Territories and the UK on how to implement the goals.
Falklands’ Governor Nigel Haywood said UK relations with Chile go back over 200 years and it was “natural to have a strong relationship with a good neighbour”, reports the latest edition of Penguin News.
Germany will do all it can to rebuild confidence in debt-stricken Greece as it implements reforms to meet the conditions of its international bailout package, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday.
Argentina 2010/2011 crop reached 102.082 million tons of grains and oil seeds, a ‘historic record’, according to an official release from the Ministry of Agriculture.