Soldiers take a rough ride; Ferry workshops highlight 'unknowns'; Education Director's praise for A Level students; Foot and Mouth: caution continues; Quake rocks Peru.
Argentine Economic Crimes Federal Judge Marta Novatti issued Thursday an international arrest warrant for Venezuelan businessman Guido Alejandro Antonini Wilson who last August 4th tried to illegally introduce in Buenos Aires, traveling on an Argentine government chartered jet, a suitcase containing almost 800,000 US dollars in cash.
The United Nations is rushing food, water purification tablets, cash and other forms of assistance to Peru following last night's powerful earthquake which struck south of the capital, Lima.
Workers of the Botnia pulp mill in Uruguay voted Friday to continue the work stoppage begun Thursday, until next Monday alleging insufficient guarantees. This week several workers were intoxicated with sulphur sodium during trials at the plant, which is in the heart of an international controversy with Argentina.
World markets on Friday reacted firmly back to positive following the Federal Reserve announcement that it would cut the rate at which it lends banks to inject more liquidity into the financial system