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The destruction wrought on the world's oceans by industrial fishing is made clear in a shocking new report.
Speaking yesterday Friday following confirmation of Nestor Kircher's victory in Argentina's Presidential election, Foreign Office Minister Bill Rammell said,:
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Lan Chile's fares in the spotlight;
Increase in Chilean meat exports;
ARA Irizar ends Antarctic season.
The death of the former Commander of the Argentine Navy, Admiral Carlos Marron, has been marked by praise in the British Press for his initiatives to normalise relations with the Royal Navy following the 1982 Falklands (Malvinas) War.
Wide-ranging research into the vast amount of seaweed found in the Falkland Islands ? a vital natural resource -- is being pressed ahead by an eminent Australian Professor, and her colleagues at one of Australia's leading educational establishments, Monash University.
The Chilean Army completed last week in Punta Arenas the destruction of its stockpile of antipersonnel mines stored in the south of the country which totaled 109,058 explosives.
The Chilean government on Sunday announced the year's first pre-emergency environmental alert with the aim of protecting the health of the capital's six million residents, due to the high level of pollutants detected in the atmosphere.
On his first visit to the Cayman Islands, Britain's Prince Edward unveiled a monument to the teachers, doctors and activists who have contributed to the British territory's history over the last 500 years.
Headlines: Stricken ships face salvage; 'Uncertain' Tamar crew in Stanley Harbour protest.