United States President George W. Bush invited Brazilian leader Lula da Silva to participate in a summit of the world's leading economies to discuss the global financial crisis, a White House source said on Tuesday.
Caroline Flint, the new Minister for Europe at the Foreign Office, has reiterated the United Kingdom commitment not to enter into talks with Spain on Gibraltar's sovereignty, or any process of talks, against the wishes of the people of Gibraltar. The remarks came at the Gibraltar Day in London reception.
Ulster Museum Marine Biologist, Claire Goodwin has begun diving in the shallows of Falklands waters in order to research sponges of the Islands having been awarded a prestigious Shackleton Scholarship.
Economy Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman anticipated that relations between the United States and Latinamerica will change significantly if the Democratic candidate Barack Obama is elected president in two weeks time.
The first week of November the Chilean Ministry of Public Works in coordination with the Chilean Army are scheduled to begin a new de-mining phase in the extreme north of the country to continue eliminating antipersonnel and anti tank mines, reports the Santiago de Chile press.
The Falkland Islands new Senior Magistrate John Trevaskis has experience in fishery prosecutions confirmed the Islands Acting Governor Paul Martinez this week.
Uruguay's ruling coalition process to nominate a presidential candidate for next year's elections not only involves two hopefuls, but also a common program which, according to the latest events does not seem to be the case as the internal dispute becomes more evident.
Paraguay President Fernando Lugo will meet President George Bush at the White House on October 27. The visit provides an opportunity to reaffirm our strong relationship with Paraguay said a release from the US Executive.
The OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) Working Group on Bribery sharply criticised the United Kingdom's failure to bring its anti-bribery laws into line with its international obligations under the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and urged the rapid introduction of new legislation.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Monday publicly apologized for an error of judgment in an affair with a subordinate but denied he had abused his position.