Argentine ambassador to London, Alicia Castro, assured that the Malvinas Olympic games ad bought by the Government ‘is not a provocation’ and did not mean to offend the memory of First World War British soldiers.
Córdoba province Cabinet Chief Oscar González came on stage today to bash a TV spot ran by the national government during a football match halftime by saying it was an “insult” to the province.
Ian Hansen, member of Malvinas Islands' Legislative Assembly, came on stage today after the government launched a controversial spot showing an Argentine athlete training for the London Olympic Games in Puerto Argentino, in the Islands.
The British Foreign Office criticized one more time a controversial spot showing an Argentine athlete training for the London Olympic Games in Puerto Argentino, in the Malvinas Islands. Foreign Secretary William Hague dismissed the spot as a "stunt".
Brazilian authorities identified a small oil leak off the shores of Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, the latest in a series of spills that has raised safety concerns over the development of some of the world's largest petroleum reserves.
The Argentine Olympic Committee has responded for the first time to an advertisement on state-run TV that links a dispute with Britain about the Malvinas Islands to the London Games.
The soundtrack of the Oscar-nominated movie "Les Miserables" climbed to the top spot in the UK albums chart, the first film cast recording to do so since Madonna's "Evita" in 1997, the Official Charts Company said today.