Defence Minister Arturo Puricelli deemed UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s remarks ‘almost pathetic’ after the UK official spoke in the House of Commons yesterday, making clear his support for the Malvinas islanders’ referendum.
Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to investigate why a senior Conservative party fundraiser offered exclusive access to him in return for donations of 396,700 dollars a year.
UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron talked to British media as today's Malvinas War 30th anniversary is commemorated in both nations, and reconfirmed his commitment to the population of the archipelago invaded in 1833.
After running 1,000 computers non-stop for 39 days to uncover the world's largest prime number yet, a Missouri college professor said this week he is starting all over to top his own record.
Estonia's prime minister won elections and he said he wanted to keep the current center-right coalition after it successfully launched the euro and got the Baltic state on a path out of a deep recession
Italy's new technocrat Prime Minister Mario Monti has agreed not to run as a candidate when elections are held, Silvio Berlusconi, leader of the centre-right PDL party, said in an interview published today.
Hungary's former Socialist Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany has been released, he said after he was detained by police at an opposition protest outside parliament earlier in the day.