Dr Joseph Garcia Liberal Party leader has made representations to the Foreign Secretary Jack Straw calling for an end to negotiations on the sovereignty of Gibraltar.
Falkland Islands have a new governor. Howard Pearce was sworn in Tuesday morning during a ceremony held in Stanley's Court and Council Chamber that was attended by elected Councillors, government officials and special guests.
Sir Alan West First Lord of the Admiralty will be participating this Wednesday in the official opening of Exponaval 2002, Latinamerica's major naval exhibit that is being held in Viña del Mar, Chile.
Brazilian elected president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva emphasized his future government's commitment to Mercosur and insisted that Chile must strengthen its presence in the South American block.
The Norwalk gastroenteritis virus that has been attacking cruise vessels in the Caribbean reappeared last Monday adding several hundred more cases to the toll of those prostrated by diarrhea and fever.
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Brazil's president-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva called Monday for deeper trade ties among members of South America's largest trade bloc to help ease economic turmoil engulfing the region.
The new Falkland Islands Chief Executive, 50-year-old Chris Simpkins, who takes over from Doctor Michael Blanch next March, has spent a busy few days in London preparing for his new post. He met staff of the London Falklands Government Office and was briefed by Dr Blanch, who was visiting the UK.
Mercosur opened this week its first joint overseas office in Germany, the block's second trading partner and the first from the European Union..
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