Today experts from Latin America and the United States convened a meeting in Costa Rica to analyze possible methods of cooperation against terrorism and its financial sources.
U.S., South Korea and Egypt officially make up the list of nations that have expressed interest in hosting the World Cup in 2018 or 2022.
Argentinean scientists discovered that the sea creatures known as “sea cucumbers” contain a substance capable of inhibiting the proliferation of cancer cells, local press reported today.
Dominican Singer Juan Luis Guerra said today that he is negotiating a duet with the Colombian singer Juanes and announced that starting in March he will arrive in South America with “La Travesía Tour”.
Seven-month-old Dilcia Milagro Espinal has always had beautiful big, brown eyes. Now, thanks to a team of U.S. Army ophthalmologists here, she also has the ability to see with them, unhindered by misalignment or double vision.
This Monday the Brigadier General José Bonilla took office as Commander of the Uruguayan Air Force (FAU), replacing Lieutenant General Airman Enrique Bonelli, who retired in a ceremony led by President Tabaré Vázquez.
Colombia's badly battered FARC rebels freed three police officers and a soldier held hostage for more than a year, handing them over to the International Red Cross on Sunday in the country's southern jungles.
Brazil has promised to offer comfortable and safe stadiums for local and foreign fans at the World Cup in 2014, the government said today in a meeting with FIFA President Joseph Blatter.
Peru and Thailand have agreed to cooperate with each other to share ideas and projects related to the replacement of drug crops with alternative ones, an official source said today.
After several terms in juvenile prison, the Mexican-American Daniel Mora decided to change paths and now persuades gang members to go back to school, while he is preparing to get a master’s degree at Harvard University.
Colombian Minister of Defense Juan Manuel Santos announced this Wednesday that the bombings against FARC guerrilla military chief Jorge Briceño (alias “Mono Jojoy”) will be intensified, as reprisal for the attack using explosives that killed two people last Tuesday in Bogota.
US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said today that he is more concerned about Iranian activities in Latin America, which he considered “interference,” than about the Russian army’s maneuvers in that region.