Argentina catches Taiwanese jigger; Taiwanese fishermen claim Argentinean Navy sunk their boat; Controversial hake provision on stand for 60 days
Increased air traffic in Punta Arenas; Warning from an Antarctic pilot.
Bombilla House destroyed by fire;
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Argentine Foreign Affairs Secretary Rafael Bielsa emphasized today that even if the sovereignty conflict over the Falklands takes 400 years, we'll have 400 years of patience, but the Islands will be returned to Argentina.
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Lan Chile refused to qualify the Argentine government's decision to close its airspace to Chilean charter flights to the Falkland Islands.
No Argentine officials will be travelling to the Falkland Islands for the inauguration of the Memorial to be erected in Darwin to the memory of the 649 Argentine servicemen killed during the 1982 South Atlantic conflict.
So, it appears that the vultures are preparing to return to the roost in spring, after a long winter in the cold.
The new hake, Norway lobster and sole recovery plan, submitted by the European Commission on Thursday January 15 states that hake vessels operating in Iberian waters will have to reduce their fishing days by 10% annually over a five year period, beginning 2005.
Conservative policy on Gibraltar remains unchanged and this was the position put to the leader of Spanish Partido Popular Mariano Rajoy by Michael Howard the Tory leader.