Headlines: Chile-EU sign agreement; Lower interest rates forecasted; FAM confirmed in Paraguay; Crucial US mid term elections; Chilean-Argentine military exercises
Argentina and the United Kingdom have agreed to hold annual talks at what they call senior level on key international where they have a mutual interest.
The decision was made at talks in London between British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, and the Argentine Foreign Minister, Carlos Ruckhauf, on his official visit to Britain.
Headlines: Lan Chile again in the spotlight; UK support for Argentina; Argentina beating pessimism;
New cruise vessel for Punta Arenas
Spain seized Moroccan poacher; Satellite tracking systems; Mussel farmers seek EU aid; Octopus farming potential; Good prospects for Pacific tuna; Galicia to fish in Mozambique; Brussels issues another cod warning...
Headlines: JCR hit by tanker; HMG appeal against
Quark dismissed; Prosecution criticised
charges withdrawn; New Falklands Minister; Charity boat tours; Happy Birthday
Calls for the elimination of U.S. farm subsidies have fired the talks of representatives from 34 nations in the Western Hemisphere gathered here for a ministerial meeting in Quito on the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas .
Evergreen Resources Inc. reported a third-quarter loss of $15 million, or a loss of 79 cents per diluted share, compared with net income of $7.1 million or 37 cents per diluted share in the third quarter of 2001.
Four ministers in President Jorge Batlle's Cabinet have resigned to protest his handling of the economy, escalating a crisis in his ruling coalition.
The Foreign Office has been censured by three senior judges for lacking fairness, candour and openness.
A new Foreign Office Minister has been appointed by the Prime Minister, Mr Tony Blair, to take over responsibility for Latin American and Falkland Islands issues.