Stories for January 20th 2013

Sunday, January 20th 2013 - 22:20 UTC

Uruguay opens historic diplomatic archives to Malvinas war veterans

Gonzalez Trejo plans to copy all the data reference to the 1982 war

Uruguay will open on Monday 21 January its diplomacy archives to that Malvinas war veterans can consult classified information referred to the South Atlantic conflict when Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands in April 1982.

Sunday, January 20th 2013 - 21:22 UTC

Cristina Fernandez re-election back on the political agenda ahead of the mid term October election

Cristina Fernandez fascinated with the Viet Cong tunnels

The possibility of a re-re-election of Argentine president Cristina Fernandez is back in the political agenda, this time spurred by a member of the Lower House with close contacts with trade unions and father of the General Manager of the now re-nationalized Argentine flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas

Sunday, January 20th 2013 - 19:40 UTC

Obama begins his second mandate; the public ceremony and pomp on Monday

Obama taking the presidential oath at the Blue Room with his family

Barack Obama has officially been sworn in for his second term as US president in a small ceremony at the White House. Although the US Constitution requires the oath of office to be taken by noon on 20 January, that falls on a Sunday so the public inauguration will take place on Monday.


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