The EU and Cuba began the negotiations in April last year to improve relations, part of a significant deepening of ties since the bloc lifted diplomatic sanctions in 2008.
Argentina's intelligence service played an important role during a "dirty war" directed by the military dictatorship of 1976-83 against Marxist rebels, labor unions and students.
The one-day talks, led by senior diplomats, stem from the decision announced by the two Cold War era foes on Dec. 17 to work to normalize relations
On fifth month anniversary of their disappearance, relatives and supporters of the missing students held a march in Mexico City for justice for 43 missing students.
"The evidence gathered far from meets the minimal standard," said a statement from the judiciary branch's CIJ information service.
Antonio Zambrano-Montes, 35, an unemployed from Mexico, was killed earlier this month in Pasco
President Fernandez says the new state security body established under the legislation will be more accountable.
Former President Alfonso Portillo returned to Guatemala after arrest on money laundering
The reduction in violence was due to ceasefires declared by the FARC during congressional elections in March and two rounds of presidential elections in May and June
A senior Cuban official put the onus on Washington to first strike Cuba from the terrorism list, which can apply sanctions to banks doing business with the designated countries
The men were locked up for more than a dozen years at the U.S. Navy base in Cuba before they were brought to Montevideo
Witnesses said dozens of masked protesters faced off with security forces in streets blocked with rubbish and tires, and two police motorcycles were burned in the Andean city
Whether the rebels will serve jail time is a thorny issue at the two-year-old negotiations
The Cuban Five were convicted for spying on Cuban exile groups in Florida at a time when the anti-Castro extremists were bombing Cuban hotels and staging acts of sabotage
In its latest accusation against Stiuso, the government said he secretly imported tonnes of unidentified goods whose destination remains unknown.
No risk of tsunami reported.
Fernandez said the march marked the politicization of the judiciary.
Activists said deportations weigh on families, forcing teenagers and young adults who should be in school to become breadwinners and caregivers.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos requested a more direct U.S. role in ending the five-decade-long war during Kerry's visit to Bogota in December.
Revelations that 3 arrested on espionage charges last year threaten countries' delicate relationship, Peru leader says.
The arrest comes a year after the outbreak of opposition protests calling for President Nicolas Maduro's resignation that rocked the OPEC nation and sparked violence killing 43 people.