Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner airlifted to Buenos Aires clinic late Friday. Presidential Medical Unit confirms it's a fracture, not a sprain, as it had been assumed at first .
When filming in Patagonia, the BBC crew and host Jeremy Clarkson were forced to leave the country after locals saw their cars' license plates, which were deemed 'provocative'.
Rafael Ramirez new ambassador to the UN, Rivas Alvarado to ALADI and Mercosur. Delcy Rodríguez new chancellor. Letters to the Castro brothers in which he speaks of a change of era published in Havana.
Worst storm in 50 years. Emergency Committee receivs over 100 calls for help. Bad weather expected to continue.
The teenager said he was never cold and that he befriended national policeman Edelio Morinigo, who is still held hostage by the rebels.
President Evo Morales to coordinate operations with company executive in the meantime. Vice President Garcia Linera makes the announcement regarding 'Comrade' Villegas
Expropriation law upsets peasants, environmentalists. 30 arrested nationwide. President Daniel Ortega dubbed a 'traitor'.
One carabinero wounded. Opposition demands that Bachelet's administration does not hesitate in handling these cases.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) sent a Christmas message to President Juan Manuel Santos and military officers demanding that all military operations against them be stopped. Wounded soldier to be released.
The CEO of the state-owned oil company YPF Miguel Galuccio has assured that 2014 “was an exceptional year” in terms of growth and investment. He pointed out that every goal for the year had been achieved.