Stories for June 28th 2006
HMS Liverpool has completed a two day Maritime Exercise with Brazilian Naval Ship (BNS) Bossio and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Gold Rover, off Brazil's south-east coast.
A new wave of express kidnappings is causing alarm among the residents of Buenos Aires and its suburbs.
United Kingdom will not negotiate the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands unless and until the Islanders wish us to do so said Tuesday a British Embassy source in Buenos Aires.
Chile and Panama yesterday signed a free trade agreement that will eliminate 98 percent of tariffs on trade between the countries within 10 years.
Rockhopper Exploration plc is pleased to announce that preliminary results from the Controlled Source Electromagnetic (CSEM) survey data suggests that resistive bodies co-incident with the mapped structures are present.
Four F-16 fighter jets purchased from the United States arrived Tuesday at the Los Cóndores Air Base in Iquique. Two jets arrived earlier this year and another four will join the fleet by the end of 2006 as part of a large-scale renovation of Chile's Air Force.
PROGRESS by pro-whaling nations at a meeting of the International Whaling Commission this month has caused concern among conservationists and anti-whaling nations.
The Falkland Islands renowned for its environmentally friendly and disease free agriculture will be exhibiting at the Royal Show in Stoneleigh for the eighth year running from 2 - 5 July.
The Peruvian Congress overwhelmingly voted early Wednesday morning to ratify a free trade pact with the United States brushing aside claims Peru's farmers would go broke under a flood of subsidized among others, cotton, rice, corn and potatoes.