Falklands' conflict hypothesis: Argentine Mirages are banned from flying on cloudy days

“We have no conflict hypothesis. We are programmed for a defense policy based on the development of our capabilities”, said Rossi“We have no conflict hypothesis. We are programmed for a defense policy based on the development of our capabilities”, said Rossi

The Argentine government and media agree that the country does not have the military capacity to attack the Falkland Islands as feared by Britain. A report in daily La Nacion points out the Argentine armed forces lack landing crafts, troop transport vessels and even the Mirage fighter planes are banned from flying on cloudy days because of repea...

Argentine appeals court dismisses Iran-case accusation against Cristina Fernandez

Judges Eduardo Freiler and Jorge Ballestero voted to throw out the criminal complaint while Judge Eduardo Farah argued that the case should be investigated further.Judges Eduardo Freiler and Jorge Ballestero voted to throw out the criminal complaint while Judge Eduardo Farah argued that the case should be investigated further.

Argentina's First Court of the Buenos Aires City Federal Appeals Court dismissed late prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s accusation that claimed President Cristina Fernández and other top officials had tried to negotiate impunity for the alleged Iranian masterminds of the 1994 AMIA Jewish community centre bombing.

Uruguay's economy expanded 3.5% in 2014, completing over a decade of sustained growth

With the exception of construction, most of other sectors, manufacturing, communications and transport expanded stronglyWith the exception of construction, most of other sectors, manufacturing, communications and transport expanded strongly

Uruguay's GDP expanded a strong 3.5% during 2014 over the previous year, with positive activity in most sectors of the Mercosur member economy, according to the latest report from the Central bank. The result was in line with government officials expectations of 3% growth last year.

Mercosur is being left out of the main global trade flows, argues Uruguay

“We are interested in integrating to the world's main trade flows and Uruguay and Mercosur are being left out of that dynamic traffic”, said Nin Novoa.	 “We are interested in integrating to the world's main trade flows and Uruguay and Mercosur are being left out of that dynamic traffic”, said Nin Novoa.

Mercosur is being left out of the main global trade flows since it only belongs to 1% of free trade treaties or tariff preference agreements, which actually represent half of world trade, said Uruguay's foreign minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa during a conference on “Education and regional integration”.

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