The fate of 32 year old Juan Carlos Paillan Soto who remains in the custody of the police in the Falklands should be decided this week. His appeal against his proposed deportation by Falklands Immigration officials will be reviewed by Governor Donald Lamont following representation by Soto's lawyer Kevin Kilmartin.
The British Ministry of Agriculture has declined to comment on newspaper suggestions that Argentina, which exports meat to Britain, could have been the source of the outbreak of foot- and- mouth disease devastating the United Kingdom.
Magallanes Region in the extreme south of Chile, received 509.869 visitors during 2000, a 14% increase over the previous year.
An article in a British newspaper about Falkland Islands prosperity refers to the views of its legislators and controversially declares: As the 20th anniversary of the Falklands War draws near, everyone believes it was the best thing ever to have happened to the Islands
49 year old Martin Rappallini who, earlier this year, became the first Argentine pilot to land an aircraft at Port Stanley Airport since 1982, has been hit by 3 charges which have been filed against him. He landed his Piper Aerostar aircraft on an historic flight on January 12th this year despite the fact that he had not received a response from the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs to his request for permission to undertake the flight to the Islands directly from Argentina.