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Stories for December 30th 2007

  • Sunday, December 30th 2007 - 20:00 UTC

    Chilean ruling coalition looses control of the Senate

    Chile's Interior Minister Belisario Velasco admitted that the expulsion from the Christian Democrat (DC) party of Senator Adolfo Zaldívar signals a new scenario for the Chilean Congress since the ruling coalition no longer has a majority in the Senate.

  • Sunday, December 30th 2007 - 20:00 UTC

    Oliver Stone will film the release of hostages in Colombia

    Stone in Villavicencio

    United States filmmaker Oliver Stone will be filming the much expected handover and release of three hostages held by Colombia's guerrillas, an international operation involving representatives from eight countries.

  • Sunday, December 30th 2007 - 20:00 UTC

    Aztec pyramid found in Mexico City could rewrite history

    Ruins of the 800-year-old Aztec pyramid in the central Tlatelolco area of Mexico City.

    Archaeologists have discovered the ruins of an 800-year-old Aztec pyramid in the heart of Mexico City that could show the ancient city is at least a century older than previously thought. Mexican archaeologists found the ruins, which are about 11 meters high, in the central Tlatelolco area, once a major religious and political centre for the Aztec elite.

  • Sunday, December 30th 2007 - 20:00 UTC

    Biometric tech means Falklands no longer issues UK visas

    From 1 January 2008, those applying worldwide for visas for the UK will need to provide biometric information, in the form of digital finger-scans and photographs, as part of the application process. As a result UK visas will no longer be issued in the Falkland Islands, according to a release from the Islands' Customs and Immigration Department.