Stories for May 2003
Chilean lawmaker Juan Pablo Letelier, an emblematic figure in the Socialist party here, on Monday was charged with bribery by a special judge investigating corruption.
Argentina's new president, Nestor Kirchner, greeted a host of Latin American leaders on Monday, outlining his plans to reshape a nation gripped by deep economic woes.
Nestor Kirchner, a little-known governor from Patagonia, faces tough decisions on the nation's faltering economy when he takes office Sunday as Argentina's sixth president in 18 months.
Eduardo Duhalde says he is playing out the last moves of the most important chess game of his life. By the looks of things, Argentina's outgoing president is winning comfortably.
The significant drop in Argentine milk production has forced Buenos Aires dairy plants to import fresh milk from Uruguay at a daily rate of 25,000 liters. According to Argentine sources this is the first time in history that the country has been forced to buy milk overseas to honor export contracts of dairy produce
Vessel owners accuse Argentina of discrimination,Good prospects for San Matías squid ,Argentine fisheries exports up 21%.
President-elect Nestor Kirchner is considering changes to the leadership of the country's armed forces, the man who will be his Cabinet chief said Saturday.
Latin American leaders have closed the annual Rio Group summit in Cuzco, Peru, with the signing of a resolution promoting regional democracy and economic stability.
Headlines: Landing Day at Blue Beach cemetery remembers Falklands fallen; Beef - is it worth it?; College students to sign on dotted line; Liberation memories; Postcode for Falklands; Islander does her bit.
Breaking with history incoming Argentine president Nestor Kirchner will be taking office Sunday May 25 in Congress and not as traditionally in the country's Government House, Casa Rosada, world known for the balconies from where Juan Domingo and Evita Peron addressed the masses assembled in Plaza de Mayo.