Stories for September 2005

Friday, September 30th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Penguin News Update

Taxi driver jailed for ?free ride' sex offences; Falklands team meets Lord Triesman; Pearce baby arrives; Peat Cutting this Monday;

Friday, September 30th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Foreign investment in Latinamerica surged 44%

Foreign investment in Latinamerica and the Caribbean increased 44% in 2004 with Brazil and Mexico the leading recipients, according to the latest release from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD.

Friday, September 30th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Soviet Union warned Allende of impending military coup

Former Chilean president Salvador Allende was warned by the Soviet Union, East Germany and Cuba that Chilean military officers were preparing a military coup against him, which was being encouraged by United States.

Friday, September 30th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Brazil's economic success turns on alarm warnings

The success of Brazil's orthodox economic policies is backfiring among exports who are increasingly concerned with the ever stronger local currency which makes imports cheaper and locally produced goods dearer in US dollars terms.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Japanese scientists film live giant squid

Two Japanese scientists managed for the first time ever to photograph a live giant squid, was reported in the Royal Society B “Proceedings” journal.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Chilean crew from poaching longliner freed in Australia

The Australian Fisheries authorities will not press charges against the crew members of the Cambodian flagged longliner “Taruman” which remains retained in Tasmania after having been arrested illegally fishing toothfish in Australian waters.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Chile most competitive economy in the region

The World Economic Forum rated Finland as the most competitive economy in the World followed by United States. In Latinamerica and the Caribbean Chile figures leading the pack with a distant Uruguay runner up, with Mexico, El Salvador and Colombia behind, according to the latest release from the organization.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Visionary Jules Verne ?hosts' UN tourism day

From Madeira to Vladivostok and Latvia to Argentina, festivals, exhibitions and concerts marked United Nations World Tourism Day September 27 with a tip of the hat to the great French visionary and writer Jules Verne and the whimsical prospect of space as humankind's final tourist frontier.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

Venezuelan “social interest” targets oil operational contracts

With Venezuelan president fully involved in his campaign of taking over “idle” land and industrial compounds claiming “social interest”, Energy Minister Rafael Ramirez anticipated that some private exploitation areas in the oil industry will be reviewed.

Thursday, September 29th 2005 - 21:00 UTC

First US indictments for illegal sale of toothfish

A United States grand federal jury in Miami indicted Spanish national Antonio Vidal Pego and the Uruguayan corporation Fadilur S.A. for conspiring to sell illegally possessed toothfish.

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