Media conglomerate Walt Disney Co. said Thursday that it plans to expand its cruise business with the addition of two new ocean liners to meet demand for its family cruise vacations.
London's Mayor Ken Livingstone signed an oil deal with Venezuela providing cheap fuel for London's buses and giving cut price travel for those on benefits, reports the BBC.
Bolivian President Evo Morales vowed to continue what he called his ''peaceful, democratic revolution'' and insisted that his job is to take care of the poor.
Despite ongoing violence that has shaken Rio de Janeiro for months, the Brazilian city on Wednesday said it expects 700,000 tourists for its world-famous Carnival celebrations this year.
Chile's flag carrier LAN Airlines announced on Wednesday net profits of 241 million US dollars in 2006, up 64.4% over the 147 million US dollars of 2005.
Three major cruise vessels with 10.000 tourists called in Buenos Aires over the weekend signaling a peak for the current season.
Iran's national airline will begin direct flights to Venezuela next month in another sign of the two nations' increasingly close ties.
An ambitious documentary project, The Falklands' Diaries, through word and sound, begins next February 14 when Welsh writer Desmond Barry and photographer Diego Vidart arrive in the Falkland Islands from Cardiff.
Brazilian authorities have warned that up to 10.000 passengers could be stranded daily if a court ruling which for security reasons bans large aircrafts from operating in one of Sao Paulo's several airports, becomes effective next Thursday.
In a colorful ceremony full of music and dance, Brazil's Rio do Janeiro officially presented this week the candidacy of the impressive Christ Redeemer on the Corcovado hill as one of the modern world's seven wonders.