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Falkland Islands

  • Friday, February 2nd 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Scientists find no need to pick up a penguin

    British scientists sent to the Antarctic to investigate whether king penguins fall on their backs when aircraft fly overhead say the birds do no such thing.

  • Friday, February 2nd 2001 - 20:00 UTC

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  • Thursday, February 1st 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    'Baroness Scotland concludes her Antarctic tour'

    Baroness Patricia Scotland, Minister in Tony Blair's British Government sitting in the House of Lords, has indicated that Britain will not be rushed into agreeing that the proposed Antarctic Secretariat be located in Buenos Aires.

  • Thursday, February 1st 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    FIBS Direct News

  • Wednesday, January 31st 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Resigned Minister Welcomed ex-President Menem

    The Cabinet Minister forced to resign, causing a major political row in Britain, Peter Mandelson, played a major part in welcoming former Argentine President Carlos Menem on his visit to the United Kingdom in October 1998 and in the negotiations to boost Anglo-Argentine trade and investment links, on which the two countries signed an agreement.

  • Wednesday, January 31st 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Uruguayan organic beef for Britain.

    The first ever twenty tons of European certified “organic beef” left from Montevideo for Briatin last Friday. Further shipments to Holland, Italy and United States will follow during February.

  • Wednesday, January 31st 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Goodbye and Hello to CBFFI.

  • Tuesday, January 30th 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Emotional return for Argentine ex-soldier.

    In 1982 Silvio Katz was an innocent 19-year-old Argentine conscript who suddenly found himself pitched into a War which he could not understand. He was a member of ?Regimento Tablada' which offered support to other Argentine units in the Falklands as they waited for the British to arrive. Katz ended up at Goose Green but luckily survived a battle, which saw the deaths of 50 of his colleagues. ?We were not told where we were going when we left Buenos Aires and were horrified when we found ourselves in a battle zone totally unprepared for War' said Silvio.

  • Tuesday, January 30th 2001 - 20:00 UTC

    Emotivo retorno para un ex soldado argentino

    En 1982 Silvio Katz era un inocente conscripto argentino que de golpe se vio lanzado a una guerra que no podía entender. Era integrante del “Regimiento Tablada” el cual tenía como tarea ofrecer apoyo a otras unidades argentinas en las Falklands/Malvinas mientras esperaban la llegada de los británicos. Katz terminó en Ganso Verde pero afortunadamente sobrevivió una batalla en la cual vio morir a cincuenta de sus compañeros.

  • Tuesday, January 30th 2001 - 20:00 UTC

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