Paris.-After 17 years of conservatives governments, the triumph of the Socialist Party (SP) candidate Francois Hollande in the presidential elections is considered today a political change in France with European scope.
Paris.-President-elect François Hollande celebrated his victory in the presidential runoff, along with dozens of thousands of supporters, in the historic Bastille, an emblematic place during the French Revolution in Paris.
La Paz.- An infection forced Bolivia's president Evo Morales to stay in the city of La Paz and absent from public events, said Vice President Alvaro Garcia on Tuesday during a ceremony to inaugurate works in indigenous communities.
United Nations.- Cuba denounced today the illegal practice of using information technologies to subvert the political systems of other countries and violates their sovereignty through interference in their internal affairs.
Madrid.-Spain will restore border controls to France on Saturday, during a summit of European Central Bank (ECB) to be held on 3 May in Barcelona, said Monday the Ministry of Interior.
Islamabad.-Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said that the era of war with India has ended forever and that all outstanding issues between the two countries can be solved through dialogue.