Central America’s tiny states caught in deadly crossfire of battle with cartels
Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and even tourist-friendly Costa Rica are now caught up in the drugs trade
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF DARWIN
Falkland Islanders to hold referendum on their future March 10-11
Plans to build a large, permanent exposition center for Chinese-made goods near Cancún have triggered an outcry from Mexican industrialists who struggle to compete with Chinese manufacturing.
Tweet of the week:
Dios bendiga a Venezuela que tiene ahorados presidentes… uno maduro y el otro podrido..
— Willie Colón (@williecolon) January 16, 2013
The week’s posts:
Venezuela, Cuba: Chavez deathwatch.
In Silvio Canto’s podcast