The sale of power from landlocked Paraguay to Uruguay continues to be delayed because Argentina has come up with more demands before it allows transmission through its grid, according to Paraguayan officials. Read full article
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Peronism is gangsterism. CFK like all leftsist are totalitarians. Obama is one tooJul 12th, 2011 - 03:55 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
Obama is a leftist?? He followed most of GW's policies and he is a leftist?Jul 12th, 2011 - 06:47 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
Argentina once again would like to state that it’s a country of peace whose involvement is always peacefull, says cristina fernandez.Jul 12th, 2011 - 07:11 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
but only when it suits us,
the pot again calling black,
if any country deserves the title of lieing hypercrits then argentina will win every time .
argentina was wrong over the falklands,
and is very wrong over the way it is treating Uruguay
but of course, argentina can do no wrong can she .????
no excuses from Think & company? no comments?Jul 14th, 2011 - 08:10 am - Link - Report abuse 0
Come on Thinkus, show us all how its all Paraguay's fault.
Maybe the Argies are being silly, cos the Royal Navy had a blinding visit to PeruJul 14th, 2011 - 12:45 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
Next stop Callao in Peru for a four-day break. On arrival there were the all-important official calls carried out by the captain as he paid courtesy visits to senior Peruvian officers, whose port authority laid on buses for the ship’s company so they could move between the harbour and the sights of nearby Lima.
A dozen officers from the Peruvian Naval Academy visited York for a discussion about dealing with the scourge of drug-running at sea and, on a less serious note, some 40 youngsters from Lima orphanage Casa Wasi Warmi were entertained with a tea party and a tour of the ship.
On sailing from Callao, York spent a day in company with the veteran Peruvian frigate BAP Montero. Several Yorkies sailed aboard the Montero and six Peruvians, well you get the picture.
A busy day of RAS approaches, flag signals and flashing light exercises as well as some boarding training and a double round of flying (York’s Lynx and Montero’s Huey) ensued.
Throughout Peru’s Admiral Calderon was onboard as were a team from Peruvian newspaper El Comercio.