Stories for July 2003
The administration of Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is assessing whether it can free itself from International Monetary Fund support financing, or will it have to renew the current accord that expires next November.
The Inter-American Human Rights Committee Freedom of Expression Special Rapporteur formally requested Chilean authorities to lift the ban on a controversial television documentary that was taken off the air last July 23.
The Falkland Islands Trust (FIT) has expressed sadness on the death of its former long-serving Administrative Secretary, Mrs Doris Dodson, and paid tribute to her dedication and efficient work for the Trust .
Argentina recalled its ambassador from Paraguay and is demanding an official explanation of remarks by a Paraguayan official characterizing Argentines and Brazilians as scoundrels, diplomatic sources
President Nestor Kirchner said Wednesday that former members of the nation's 1976-1983 military dictatorship who have been accused of committing human rights violations should be tried in Argentina.
GSLP/Libs has condemned the Spanish Government's decision to open the door to possible legal proceedings against UK over Gibraltar's inclusion in European parliamentary elections.
President Nestor Kirchner led reporters Tuesday on a tour of the hidden Argentina, taking the journalists to public institutions that serve the needy.
Chilean President Ricardo Lagos is scheduled to arrive in Buenos Aires for his first official visit to Argentina since President Nestor Kirchner took office on May 25.
Royal Navy Patrol vessel calls in Punta Arenas. British Standard Wool Chile swindled. Punta Arenas farmers criticize privatization. Chilean beef exports booming. Unemployment in Chile stands at 9,1%.
Patagonia is undergoing the strongest warming process ever in the last four hundred years according to a report jointly elaborated by Argentine and Chilean scientists, and published in the latest edition of the Dutch magazine, Climatic Change.