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Stories for January 21st 2011

  • Friday, January 21st 2011 - 18:58 UTC

    Tourism Forum to Focus on Growth and Development

    Senior representatives of the private sector, governments, and United Nations organizations will meet next March in the Principality of Andorra to analyze tourism and its key role in international economic growth and development at the Global Tourism Forum Andorra 2011 (March 6-7, 2011).

  • Friday, January 21st 2011 - 18:51 UTC

    Mutiny on board Gorch Fock: Germany Begins Investigation

    Germany training ship the Gorch Fock

    The German Government has ordered an investigation into a reported muting on their training ship the Gorch Fock, which is said to have taken place last year. The Gorch Fock tall ship was ordered to dock in the Argentine city of Ushuaia early on Friday to await experts, after reports of a revolt in November.

  • Friday, January 21st 2011 - 18:39 UTC

    Obama to Base Re-election Campaign in Hometown Chicago

    Obama's approval rating surging to 53 per cent

    US President Barack Obama has decided to run his re-election campaign from his native Chicago, in the hope of recreating the 2008 winning formula.

  • Friday, January 21st 2011 - 18:06 UTC

    Mountaineers Rescued on Aconcagua

    An Argentine and a Spaniard were reunited with their families in Mendoza city today after having been rescued from the Aconcagua mountain in Mendoza province, on the border with Chile overnight.

  • Friday, January 21st 2011 - 13:08 UTC

    Unilateral Facts

    Argentina has recently stepped up pressure on Britain over the Falklands by criticising British actions as “unilateral” and hence a breach of UN Resolution 31/49. This article places this current phase of the Falklands dispute in perspective and considers which side’s unilateral acts have been more significant.