Bolivian President Evo Morales and the governors who led a violent rebellion against his administration's reforms agreed on Tuesday on a road map to end the confrontation. Once all governors sign the round of negotiations is scheduled to begin Thursday.
Norway has pledged one billion US dollars by 2015 to preserve the Brazilian Amazon rain forest, as long as South America's largest nation keeps trying to stop deforestation, visiting Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg announced in Brasilia.
Chinese and US delegations at the 19th meeting of China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) reached this week several agreements on boosting trade ties at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library near Los Angeles, reports Xinhua the official Chinese news agency.
Bolivian president Evo Morales should accept a credible international mediation to avoid a more serious confrontation with the opposition, or he runs the risk of triggering a civil war in the country, warns Eduardo Gamara, a Bolivian political scientist and professor at the International University of Florida in Miami.
Paraguay's new President Fernando Lugo visited Brazil Wednesday with the purpose of launching talks on a deal to give the landlocked country a fairer share of the revenue for the electricity generated by a huge dam built across the two countries border.
South American leaders ratified their full support for the constitutional government of Bolivia and elected President Evo Morales following an emergency meeting Monday in Santiago de Chile.
A young Chilean family who are among a number choosing to adopt the Falkland Islands as their home, received British citizenship at a ceremony conducted at Government House, Stanley on Monday evening.
The Miami federal court cash scandal case which involves Venezuela and Argentina is becoming increasingly embarrassing for the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Bolivia's government said on Sunday it had reached a basic agreement with the opposition on ending the violence which officials say has left at least 30 people dead. The deal came after long hours of talks in the capital, La Paz.
Only 23% of Argentines believe President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is performing a good job, while 65% consider she's on the wrong track, according to the latest public opinion to be released over the weekend.