Stories for July 2002
Former junta leader Leopoldo Galtieri was arrested Thursday for allegedly taking part in the abduction, torture and execution of 20 leftist guerrillas and others during Argentina's military dictatorship.
There has been angry reaction in Britain and Gibraltar to the British Government's official confirmation that it is ready to share sovereignty of Gibraltar with Spain.
An investigative judge today ordered the arrest of Gen. Leopoldo Galtieri, Argentina's former military dictator, and more than 30 other military officers on charges that they abused human rights during the dirty war against leftists here more than 20 years ago.
Pinochet: plaintiffs insist;
Chilean economy slower; WTO cautions Europe;US unemployment increase
An amateur wildlife photographer, John Fairclough, from Liverpool, who emerged from hospital after a serious operation, has lavished praise on the Falkland Islands, its people and wildlife for helping him recover, and giving him the holiday of a lifetime.
Sometime in the coming weeks another airline will be flying to Punta Arenas according to Mr. Fernando Uauy, president of Sky Service, a private carrier already operating in the north of Chile, who made the announcement in the Magallanes Hotel.
Surprise in Bolivia; Controversial pipeline; Chile fears deflation; How to recover credibility
Agriculture Ministers from Mercosur four full members complained during the group's summit in Buenos Aires about the sluggishness of negotiations to achieve a genuine opening of the European Union market to the area's agricultural commodities.
Brazil is determined to exercise the full weight of its political and economic strength in Mercosur during the coming six months with the purpose of a more effective decision making system and by insisting that joint trade talks with third countries are the only viable mechanism.
Duhalde on the campaign trail; Mr. Lavagna's promises and warnings; Another IMF mission in Buenos Aires; Official unemployment 22%