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Gordon Brown kicked off his Labour leadership campaign as Tony Blair finally offered a full endorsement.
The tripartite process is irreversible and there is no turning back. That was the view expressed by Jose Pons, Spain's chief negotiator at the forum in which Gibraltar, Spain and Britain participate as separate parties, reports The Gibraltar Chronicle.
The United Nations is mobilizing a Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team for deployment to Uruguay early next week in the wake of the worst floods to hit the country in half a century.
United States Democratic-controlled Congress wrestled major trade concessions from the Republican administration to make international labor and environment standards binding for US free-trade agreements.
The Royal Navy's largest and most powerful attack submarine, the first-of-class Astute, is now entering the final stages of preparation for the launch which will take place at the BAE Systems shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness on 8th June, 2007.
Tony Blair has announced he will resign as Prime Minister on June 27.
Tony Blair may choose Wednesday to tell the Queen that he intends to stand down as Labour leader and end a decade as her Prime Minister.
Argentina formally announced this week that elections for president and Congress would be held on October 28. A presidential run off between the two most voted candidates, if needed, is scheduled for November 25.
Uruguayan and Argentine officials are scheduled to continue talks at the end of the month in an effort to defuse the Fray Bentos, Uruguay pulp mill conflict, as a follow up to last month's talks in Madrid after a year without negotiations.