Headlines: MERRY CHRISTMAS; FIG on Bingham 'We've been evenhanded'; Tory support; New FIDC boss; Morrisons continue.
Titulares: FELIZ NAVIDAD; FIG: Hemos sido imparciales con Bingham; Apoyo Tory; Nuevo jefe en FIDC; Morrison continúa.
The British Prime Minister Tony Blair has added his own thoughts to the recent strengthening of relationships between Britain and Argentina, 20 years after the Falklands War.
The owner of Argentina's largest newspaper was placed under house arrest Friday while investigators look into whether she adopted children taken from prisoners of the 1976-1983 military regime.
Among a flood of congratulations and good will messages to the BBC World Service from around the world on its 70th anniversary (on Thursday, 19th December) is a letter of appreciation from the Falkland Islands Government.
The BBC World Service, claims with some justification, to be the world's best-known, most trusted voice in international broadcasting, delivering a lively mix of news, analysis and features 24 hours a day to about 150-million listeners worldwide, in English and more than forty other languages.
Headlines: Peronist primary February 23rd; Lula confirms current policies; Latinamerica's economy contracts; 39 billion US dollars capital flight.
Headlines: Lavagna announces end of recession; Second thoughts about free trade agreement; Sales to Argentina and Brazil drop 38%; Modest 2% growth in Chile
Headlines: British frigates for Chile; Three weekly flights to Spain; Uruguay expects 74 cruises; Deer hunting in Tierra del Fuego; Poultry influenza losses.
Supporters of the Falkland Islanders in their rejection of Argentina's sovereignty claim are keeping close watch on the British Government's attempts to persuade Gibraltarians to agree to shared Anglo-Spanish sovereignty.