A Rose for Peace presented the Falklands by Argentine stu...
The large number of Argentine visitors to the Falkland Islands this week included pupils of the Don Bosco College in Ensenada. Having spent the first full da...
Caribbean Hurricane Aftermath – 10 Things That Have Becom...
News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: It’s been a month since Hurricane Maria slammed into St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, turning the lives of...
Some thoughts about the 9 November Falklands' general ele...
By John Fowler - At the time of going to press, so far sixteen brave or foolhardy souls have declared their candidature for the General Election. This is one...
European Union Leaders Begin Summit Focused on Defense, M...
Leaders of the European Union member states began on Thursday a two-day summit in Brussels that is scheduled to center on defense cooperation, migratory flow...
Ecuador to Seek Exemption If OPEC Mandates Production Cuts
Ecuador will request an exemption if its partners in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decide to cut output further in a bid to bo...
Judge Reverses Expansion of Asset Freeze Affecting Owners...
A Brazilian judge overturned on Thursday a decision to expand an asset freeze affecting the jailed owners of Sao Paulo-based meatpacking giant JBS and some o...
Nearly 500,000 Puerto Ricans Could Emigrate in Maria’s Wake
More than 470,000 Puerto Ricans may leave the island for the mainland United States in the next two years due to the effects of Hurricane Maria, the Center f...
Trump Says His Government Deserves a Perfect 10 for Puert...
US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that his administration deserved a perfect 10 for its hurricane response in Puerto Rico, while Governor Ricardo Ro...
Sainz Eager to Get behind the Wheel for Renault
Formula One driver Carlos Sainz said on Thursday that he’s happy Austin’s Circuit of the Americas is the venue for his first race with new team Renault.
Light-Rail Tunnel Project to Transform Mexican City’s Urb...
A tunnel boring machine used to build the Barcelona-to-Paris high-speed-rail link is excavating the final underground stretch of a third light-rail line in t...
Mexicans Observe 3 Minutes of Silence to Mark One-Month A...
Mexico City residents observed on Thursday three minutes of silence in the streets at 1:14 pm to mark the one-month anniversary of the powerful earthquake th...
Bachelet Defends Her Legacy before Chile’s Business Leaders
President Michelle Bachelet defended on Thursday her legacy in an appearance before Chilean business leaders that came a month before voters head to the poll...
Federer Congratulates Nadal on First Anniversary of Tenni...
Swiss tennis superstar Roger Federer sent a video on Thursday to Spanish longtime rival and fellow all-time great Rafael Nadal congratulating him on the firs...
Argentines Wait to Learn If Body Is That of Missing Activist
A body found earlier this week in a river in southern Argentina arrived on Thursday at the medical examiner’s office in Buenos Aires for tests to determine w...
Venezuelan Judges Granted Asylum by Chile Arrive in Santiago
Four of the five Venezuelan judges granted political asylum by Chile arrived on Thursday in Santiago, where they were welcomed by Foreign Minister Heraldo Mu...
Trump Accuses Media of Ignoring Controversial, Obama-Era ...
US President Donald Trump accused on Thursday the mainstream media of ignoring fresh details about the controversial 2010 approval of a deal that gave Russia...
Chinese-Belgian Group Starts Work on Large Cruise Port in...
Chinese-Belgian consortium Cruceros del Pacifico has begun construction of a $165 million port for cruise ships on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal, the ...
Fernando Alonso to Continue with McLaren in 2018
Spanish Formula One driver Fernando Alonso, world champion in 2005 and 2006 with Renault, said on Thursday he would continue with McLaren for one more season.
Spanish Tourist Killed by Stone That Fell off Italy’s San...
A Spanish tourist has died after being hit on the head by a piece of stone that became detached from the interior of the iconic Santa Croce Basilica in Flore...
More Than 18,000 Families Flee Kirkuk to Iraqi Kurdistan
More than 18,000 Kurdish families have fled the disputed northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk over the past four days, heading toward the autonomous region of K...
Belgium Prime Minister Reiterates Appeal for Dialogue bet...
Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel condemned on Thursday any form of violence resulting from the political impasse between Spain and separatist Catalan ...
Venezuela Lodges Protest with Canada after Election Criti...
Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said on Thursday he had delivered a protest note to Canada’s embassy in Caracas, alleging that Ottawa’s criticism ...
Trump’s America – Episode #38 – 2 Most Dangerous Men On E...
By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017:  One of them is brilliant; the other is an idiot. If you don’t know which is which –...
Protests Continue as Kenyan Opposition Leader Meets Elect...
A wave of deadly protests that has rocked Kenya amid electoral tension in recent weeks continued on Thursday in the capital Nairobi, as the country’s opposit...
Fuel Theft Drops 30% in Mexico, Pemex Says
Fuel theft has fallen about 30 percent so far this year in Mexico, Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) CEO Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya said.
Cubs Stave Off Elimination with 3-2 Win over Dodgers in N...
The Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers will square off in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Thursday night after the defending World Ser...
British PM Seeks to Urgently Secure Citizens’ Rights in B...
British Prime Minister Theresa May appealed on Thursday for urgency in securing citizens’ rights in Brexit negotiations, but insisted that concrete progress ...
Pakistan’s Former Prime Minister Indicted on Corruption C...
A Pakistan court indicted on Thursday a former prime minister and two of his family members on corruption charges related to their ownership of several apart...
Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Curry Fish Head
By Minna LaFortune News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: The eating of fish and other sea foods are commonplace in the Caribbean and its Diaspora....
Panama Regulates Whale Watching, Sets Stiff Fines for Vio...
New regulations covering whale watching are being implemented to protect the marine mammals in Panama, with violators subject to fines of up to $10,000, the ...
Iberia Celebrates 90 Years of Spain’s Civil Aviation
The Spanish minister of industry inaugurated on Thursday an exhibition in Madrid organized by Spain’s national airlines and the EFE news agency tracing the o...
Iraq Issues Arrest Warrant against Kurdistan’s Vice Presi...
A court in Iraq issued on Thursday an arrest warrant against Iraqi Kurdistan’s regional vice president, Kosrat Rasul, for describing Iraqi army and police fo...
Philippines to Reject EU Subsidies over Drug War Criticism
The Philippines confirmed on Thursday it will not accept any kind of subsidies from the European Union over criticism of its controversial drug war.
UK PM, Ex-US President Meet in London to Talk Northern Ir...
The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Theresa May met on Thursday with former United States President Bill Clinton to hold talks on the current crisis in North...
Spanish Government Move to Strip Catalan Autonomy Backed ...
A Spanish government decision to set in motion a process that will freeze Catalan autonomy as a reprisal for the regional leader’s refusal to shelve an indep...
Sons of Slain Maltese Journalist Demand Resignation of th...
Three sons of a Maltese investigative journalist killed in a car bomb attack demanded on Thursday profound change in how the Mediterranean island is governed...
Corpse Exhumed for DNA Test to Prove Spanish Woman Is Sti...
A corpse that had been entombed in Spain since 2010 was on Thursday exhumed for a DNA test so that a woman whose data matched it could prove she was still al...
Bangladesh Allows Entry to 10,000 Rohingyas Stranded in N...
Bangladeshi authorities allowed on Thursday the entry of around 10,000 Rohingyas stranded in an area between Bangladesh and Myanmar for days, owing to a lack...
Czech Republic Gears Up for Legislative Elections; Billio...
The Czech Republic was gearing up on Thursday for legislative elections that would see some 8.5 million people heading to the polls to elect a new Parliament.
Caribbean ET Round-Up
News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Officials in Barbados are considering naming a street after its most famous daughter. The name of Wes...
Caribbean Sports Round-Up – Sports Stars Step Up To Help ...
News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Some of the Caribbean’s sports stars are stepping up to the plate to help the victims of Hurricanes Irma and Ma...
Immigration: How Trump Played Pelosi and Schumer
  By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: A month ago, two of the country’s top Democrats – Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pe...
Caribbean Travel – Winners And Losers In Changing US Cuba...
By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Over the last two and a half years the number of US visitors to Cuba has surged in respon...
US-Backed Militias Prepare to Clear Northeastern Syria of...
Following its victory in Raqqa, a United States-backed Syrian militia is preparing to drive the Islamic State terror organization from the northeastern provi...
Greece Speeds Up Transfer of Refugees from Its Islands to...
The Greek government said on Thursday it was fast-tracking the transfer of vulnerable refugees from its islands due to increasing overcrowding at camps on Le...
Indian Capital Marks Festival of Lights with an Eye on Po...
India celebrated on Thursday Diwali, a Hindu festival of lights similar to Christmas that is observed with much pomp and show, including the bursting of nois...
Philippine Army Kills 20 IS Rebels in Marawi
The Philippine army announced on Thursday that it had killed 20 rebels affiliated with the Islamic State terror group in Marawi.
China Punishes More Than 1.5 Million Officials for Corrup...
China has punished more than one and a half million officials and investigated 440 senior officials over the last five years as a part of the government’s an...
Generac: Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Electrical Storms. How ...
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Recently, hurricane Irma made landfall in Puerto Rico and the consequences were devastating....
Washington Calls on Palestinian Unity Government to Recog...
The United States special representative for international negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, called on Thursday on any Palestinian unity government to recogniz...
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