Trade ministers from the European Union, Brazil, India and the United States failed to revive global trade negotiations but expressed hopes that the Doha Round talks will meet success by the end of the year.
Gibraltar's leader of the Opposition Joe Bossano will be attending the annual regional seminar of the UN dealing with the Eradication of Colonialism that takes place next week in the Caribbean island of Grenada.
Argentine president Nestor Kirchner's public opinion seems to have suffered a bashing in the last twelve months according to reports in the Buenos Aires press following a string of political setbacks for a man accustomed to sweeping victories.
The White House and key senators agreed Thursday to reshape United States immigration laws and give millions of illegal immigrants' legal status, a compromise that carries heavy potential risks because it still must pass the test of approval.
The Falkland Islands Government officially announced Wednesday the appointment of Mr David Pickup as its new Attorney General.
A book on the British migration contribution to the development of Magallanes region in the extreme south of Chile, was formally presented this week in Valaparaíso by the author, barrister and historian Mateo Martinic.
Following paparazzi photos showing a former Chilean beauty queen sun basking topless in Miami next to an Italian friend, her husband former Argentine President Carlos Menem admitted he has separated from his wife, reported this week the Chilean and Argentine press
Plans for the projected visit to the Falkland Islands in November of up to eight hundred Argentineans took a step forward in Stanley on Wednesday when Leandro de la Colina had what he described as a ”useful conversation' with four of the eight elected members of the local government.
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher opened Tuesday an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum North in London to mark the 25 anniversary of the Falklands War. The 81 year old Baroness oversaw the 74 days conflict in 1982 which repelled Argentina's attempt to take over the Islands.
Controversy marked the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the Malvinas war 25th anniversary when a group of war veterans staked a soldier-manikin to the ground, an action rejected by next of kin who protested to Argentina's Minister of Defence and abandoned the opening ceremony.