Venezuela authorities are convinced that reciprocal signals, expressed through democratic channels, avoiding the microphone will help overcome the souring of diplomatic relations with Chile.
More than three million tourists, mostly from the European Union will be travelling to the River Plate countries in 2004, said Juan Carlos López, president of Buquebus, the ferry company that traditionally has linked Buenos Aires with Montevideo and which now has also expanded to the Mediterranean and the Florida coast in United States.
British lady pilot Polly Vacher who is making a lone crossing of the world flying over both poles in a single engine aircraft reached this weekend Antarctica.
Poachers to pay for their own pursuit and arrest; Australia and France coordinate actions against toothfish poaching; South Africa allocates long-term fishing rights; Chile, one of the three fishing powers world wide; Peru launches satellite monitoring; Australia introduces long-term fisheries rights; Stricter controls on red tide in Chubut.
A television film, half fiction half reality, recalling the plight and miseries of Argentine Falklands veterans and their families since the end of the South Atlantic conflict in 1982 is currently being filmed in Rio Gallegos, Santa Cruz province in the extreme south of Patagonia.
Turners donates prize for Wireless for the Blind; ExCo decision was ?morally and constitutionally indefensible'; Break-in trouble for seamen; Minister calls in; Cruise ship visits.
The Gibraltar Social Democrats will form the Government for the next four years after winning the election with a 51% majority. The GSLP/Liberal Party will form the opposition after 40% of the electorate voted for them. Labour achieved 8% of the votes and the Reform party 1%.
Shouting the fatherland is not for sale, some 80,000 peasants, union members and political activists demonstrated in the Mexican capital Thursday in, at times, a torrential rain against the electricity and tax reforms sought by President Vicente Fox.
Opponents of Hugo Chávez, Venezuela's president, are due to begin a four-day drive today Friday to collect at least 2.4m signatures to trigger a recall referendum on Mr Chávez's rule.
Argentina bolstered security measures after domestic and foreign intelligence services warned of the possibility of terrorist attacks against American, British and Spanish interests in the country.