The Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa said that he will voice his ideas freely during his upcoming trip to Venezuela and that this need not frighten anyone, in response to an official warning from the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) that he could be exiled from the country if [ … ]
The president of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez, believes the problem of drug trafficking that afflicts Latin America requires "a global solution" since "no country can solve it alone."
Colombian Defense Minister Juan-Manuel Santos, who oversaw operations to rescue Colombian-French hostage Ingrid Betancourt from FARC rebels, resigned on Monday, eyeing a possible run at the presidency.
Winning an international competition is always a source of pride, but for children from the poorest areas of Chile, winning the Robotics World Competition is a real feat.
Paraguayan narcotics agents at an airport in Asuncion seized several craft masks made of cocaine, which totaled 40 kilos of drugs that were to be sent to Italy, official sources reported today.
Thursday saw the beginning of Colombia’s tribute to the folk music of vallenata composer Rafael Escalona, whom Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Márquez described as one of his referents, and after whose death on Wednesday in Bogota at age 81 national mourning was declared.
Temperamental but lavishly talented French footballer Eric Cantona -- about to play film-star at Cannes -- is still worshipped in part of northwest England 12 years after leaving Manchester United to retire abruptly at 31.
The co-existence of mankind and robots gifted with "silicon souls” at home, at school, or at work is no longer science fiction, but happens in the present with the Hispano-Emirati Reem-B Humanoid, the Dutch Delfly dragonflies, and the Spanish astronaut Topolino.
Today the governments of Peru and Brazil signed an agreement that will allow the integration of Peruvian Army officers into the general staff's Brazilian battalion of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH ).
A US warship intercepted a submersible believed to be linked to the drug trade off Colombia's Pacific coastline, Colombian officials said Saturday.
Hundreds of tour operators from around the world will meet at the XXV Expotur Fair, to be held in Costa Rica starting this Thursday, which features innovations designed to protect the environment, the event’s organizers reported.
Michelle Bachelet, who has ten months remaining in her term of office and a popularity rating of 67% after a difficult start, is cheerful and convinced that her administration has opened the way for women: "The number of girls who now want to be President of Chile is impressive," she [ … ]