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THE rise of alternative fuels would force a dramatic drop in oil prices in the next 50 years, the head of a government research body said today
Gold surged above $720 an ounce in New York for the first time since October 1980 and platinum reached a record as tensions increased over Iran's nuclear-research program.
President Michelle Bachelet defended fellow Latin American leaders Evo Morales and Hugo Chavez Wednesday and asked world leaders not to demonize Latin America.
An Argentine Greenpeace environmental activist caused several minutes of amusement Friday in Vienna when scantly dressed with a mini bikini she paraded before the EU-Latinamerica leaders, lined up for the official photo, to protest the construction of pulp mills in Uruguay.
Brazil warned that the European Union/Latinamerica summit in Vienna, Austria was one of the last chances to prevent World Trade Organization negotiations from foundering.
The isolation of British Overseas Territory St Helena in the mid-Atlantic is about to end: the British Department for International Development is going ahead, at the second attempt, with the building of an airport to connect the island with the rest of the world.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair called Friday on Bolivian President Evo Morales and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to show the world they are responsible with use of their energy resources.
European Union leaders expressed in Vienna concern at mixed signals from Latinamerica and have asked for a common strategic vision to develop the full potential of partnership.
The following notice was released this morning by Falkland Islands Legislative Councillor, Mrs. Andrea Clausen in her capacity as Chair of the Falkland Islands Development Board.