José Luis “Coche” Inciarte, one of the 16 survivors from the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 crash into the Andes mountains on Friday, October 13, 1972, has published his memoirs, in which he focuses on that life-changing event.
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez will top the Citizen Unit's Senate ticket in the province of Buenos Aires for the upcoming primary PASO elections on August 13, alongside her former Foreign Minister Jorge Taiana, it was announced.
Britain's chief Brexit negotiator David Davis warned Sunday that any attempt from within the Conservative Party to have Prime Minister Theresa May replaced would be catastrophic as the European Union might push for a punishment deal. Davis also said that no deal at all would be better than such an agreement. Archbishop of Canterbury also takes a stand.
Brazilian President Michel Temer reached a 7.0% approval rate in June, sinking deeper from the 9.0% measured in April, the Datafolha Institute reported, as the sitting head of state contnues to come closer to Jose Sarney's all time record of 0%, registered in 1989.