Former Argentine President Carlos Menem arrived Wednesday in his home province of La Rioja from his self-imposed Chilean exile to pursue renewed political ambitions despite a poor showing in the 2003 presidential race
They battled against the harshest conditions for 15 years, fought 70mph winds and crossed some of the world's most treacherous landscapes.
Ships registered in the Falklands were formerly registered as one vessel type, with a single register for all ships. This is now set to change, as Governor Pearce explained in his report on the Thursday 16th December meeting of the Islands' Executive Council.
Permission was granted during last Thursday's meeting of the Falkland Islands Executive Council to Falklands Gold and Minerals Ltd. to begin a programme of exploratory drilling.
United States interest rates will rise consistently during the coming months and well into 2005 according to a survey among Wall Street analysts.
Venezuela plans to increase oil and gas production to satisfy the needs of developing nations like China, Foreign Minister Ali Rodriguez said Monday in Caracas.
The Chilean Finance Ministry this week ordered the Budget Office to freeze the additional resources generated by the excellent international price of copper and which legally are earmarked for Defence purchases.
Former Argentine president Carlos Menem who resides in Chile, will be returning to his home province of La Rioja this Wednesday following the acceptance by a federal Judge of the proposed bail conditions, reported his nephew Congressman Adrian Menem.
In some species of albatross and petrels, the rate of decline is so serious that extinction is a very real possibility before the year 2050. This was the bald warning issued last week by ornithologist, Dr. Andrew Douse, speaking on the Falkland Islands Radio programme, Conservation Conversation.
Argentina's Fisheries and Aquaculture Undersecretary, Gerardo Nieto, and New Zealand's cabinet minister, Hon Peter Hodgson, signed in Buenos Aires last December 17 a fisheries cooperation agreement.