Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans


President Obama and President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil pledged to increase the use of wind and solar power, and Brazil said it would restore nearly 30 million acres of Amazon rain forest.


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US, Mexican air forces conduct joint border intercept exercise


The Mexican Air Force (FAM) is participating with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and US Northern Command (NORTHCOM) in a joint tactical exercise, the Mexican National Defence Ministry (SEDENA) announced.
Exercise ‘Eagle 15’ runs from 30 June to 3 July and includes Mexican and

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Argentina’s new Army chief flew helicopters during Falklands/Malvinas conflict


One of General Cundom's last operational duties, apparently complied with no inconveniences was Argentina's 2014/15 Antarctic campaign
Argentina’s new Army chief, Division General Ricardo Luis Cundom, 59, is a Malvinas war veteran and although originally from the Infantry he commanded the Army’s air wing and has received commando and parachutist training, according to the reports in Buenos Aires.

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Quebec Leader Defends Expression Limits


Premier Philippe Couillard said he supported legislation that would restrict Islamic face-coverings for women and hateful speech deemed to foment violence.




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Buenos Aires/Moscow close ties are “a fact, not a wish”, says Argentine minister Kicillof


Kicillof pointed out that bilateral trade with Russia has increased 1,000% in recent years showing the two economies easily complement each other.
Argentine Economy Minister Axel Kicillof speaking from Moscow said ties between Buenos Aires and Russia were “a fact, not a wish” praising the bilateral “natural understanding” and “complementation”, achieved by the two partners in economic, energy and trade affairs.

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Thatcher secret documents on Falklands’ war reveal her anxiety over casualties


She wrote: 'The Union Jack was flying in San Carlos Bay. We had returned to the Falklands. My heart was full but desperately anxious about casualties'.(Pic Mail Onliine)
The Mail on line revealed on Thursday a secret handwritten account of the Falklands War by Margaret Thatcher. The 128 page, 17,000 word handwritten memoir of the 1982 conflict reveals for the first time her anxiety on the eve of battle and her joy at winning back the Islands from Argentina.

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Will China finally fulfill Nicaragua’s dream of an inter-ocean canal?


While the plan to build a 170-mile canal across Nicaragua linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans has been greeted with widespread skepticism, powerful global forces seem to be pushing the…

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Argentina Air Force increases northern presence


The Argentina Air Force is increasing its presence at General Mosconi and Tartagal air bases in order to support Operation ‘Fortin II’ and Operation ‘Escude Norte’, surveillance efforts against drug trafficking in the northern area of Argentina.
Through a signed agreement between the General Civil

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US and Venezuela praise talks


The United States and Venezuela both welcome talks held on Saturday between the two sides aimed at reducing diplomatic tensions.

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US and Venezuela hold key diplomatic meeting


A US envoy has met Venezuela’s second most powerful official in Haiti in a further sign of normalizing of relations. The talks took place in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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