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Stories for June 23rd 2004

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    “Excellent year for Magallanes farmers”.

    Magallanes region exported five million kilos of wool during 2003, almost three million and a half clean and just over 1,5 million greasy wool, according to the latest report from the Chilean Agriculture and Livestock Service.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    “Bonafide”, illustrious citizen of Puerto Pirámides.

    An austral franc whale, one of the many hundreds that migrate each winter to the South Atlantic has been declared “illustrious citizen” of the seaside village of Puerto Pirámides in Argentine Patagonia, an area where cetaceans mate and calve.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    German industry praises EU-Mercosur talks.

    The president of the Confederation of German Industry, BDI, Michael Rogowski said this Tuesday in Stuttgart that the European Union is committed to consolidate its position as Mercosur's main trading partner.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Twenty two years on: commemorating liberation.

    A cool but calm and clear day greeted members of the public who gathered to witness the annual Liberation Day parade.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    International Hague Court “only alternative” for dispute

    The International Court of the Hague is the “only alternative” capable of introducing new dynamics to the Falklands/Malvinas dispute, because “there are no more options for Argentina regarding Malvinas”, states Marcel Kohen an International Law Professor from the Geneva High Studies Institute.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Argentine Mirage crashes.

    An Argentine Air Force Mirage MV, similar to those involved in the South Atlantic conflict, crashed this week in the northern province of Cordoba after the pilot had ejected.

  • Wednesday, June 23rd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    LAN reiterates interest in Argentine market.

    In spite of the failed negotiations for the acquisition of Argentine airline American Falcon, Lan Chile reiterated its interest in having access to the Argentine market.