Argentina’s official statistics
Rising Peronist ready to challenge Fernández
Bolivian president to sue US govt for crimes against humanity
“I would like to announce that we are preparing a lawsuit against Barack Obama to condemn him for crimes against humanity,” said President Morales at a press conference in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz. He branded the US president as a “criminal” who violates international law.
Rousseff returns to social media to campaign for reelection
Pablo Escobar, and Alvaro Uribe´s political suicide
Cuban exile, Pedro Pan kid: from orphanage to Denver mayor’s office
Cuba to Let Its Athletes Play Professionally Abroad
In an effort to thwart the wave of top baseball players defecting to the U.S., Cuba will allow its athletes to play abroad as professionals, breaking with a decades-old policy.
Prominent dissidents arrested on 12th Sunday in a row of repression in Cuba
Experts fear crisis over ruling stripping citizenship from Haitian-Dominicans
Oil in Ecuador
It’s hard to be green
Correa gets away with a U-turn
Those migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border? They’re southbound
With push on agenda, Mexican president meets resistance
Plans to increase taxes on the rich and open up the state oil company upset people on the left and right.
Paco Almaraz (in Spanish)
De Blasio ignored Nicaragua anti-Semitism
New York City’s Next Mayor: A Stealth Socialist Who Loved Sandinista Nicaragua and Castro’s Cuba
Panama Canal to Cut U.S.-Asia LPG Shipping Costs as Fleet Grows
Peru ‘drugs mules’ Michaella McCollum Connolly and Melissa Reid home for Christmas if they shop gang
The pair, both 20, have been told they could be released from custody in less than two months if they agree to help Peruvian authorities find and jail the criminal gang behind the £1.5m cocaine pick-up.
Life in Puerto Rico Becomes Costlier Amid Crisis
Who is Luis Oberto?
It Was The Worst Of Times For Nicolas Maduro This Week
Maduro’s balancing act
Adjustment and reform are economically essential but politically impossible
Venezuela jail search yields arsenalInmates at Sabaneta jail protest against being transferred on 18 September 2013
Guards searching a jail in Venezuela where 16 inmates were killed in fighting two weeks ago find tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition.
The week’s posts and podcast:
Dominican Republic: Haitians stripped of citizenship
Colombia: Jesse Jackson as FARC mediator? Not so fast, says Santos
Venezuela: Did anyone miss Maduro at the UN?
Assange’s not going to like Ecuador
Why has Brazil stagnated?
Colombia: Legalizing the FARC
Colombia: Time to make the donuts!
Argentina: Cristina trusts Iran
Maduro goes to China
Venezuela & other US-Latin America stories
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