Argentina Media Group Suffers Reversal in Court
Ghana Ordered to Release Argentine Ship
Brazil’s Graft Probe Now Targets Ex-Leader
Da Silva Denies Wrongdoing in Vote-Rigging Scheme Under His Tenure, but Supreme Court Justices Call for Another Look
Cayman Islands leader arrested in corruption probe
Mysterious mass whale graveyard unearthed in the Chilean desert
Scientists are baffled after finding fossil remains of 75 whales that died within yards of one another, more than a kilometer away from the sea.
El riesgo populista
30 Years Of Recipes Down The Drain: Ex-Pats in Costa Rica Try Cooking Up A New Life
Al-Jazeera Shames the U.S. Media By Telling the Truth About Cuban Repression
Jailed Spanish activist Angel Carromero may leave Cuba
Obama’s Vision for Cuba Turns a Blind Eye Towards History
Cuban political prisoner Calixto Ramon Martinez ends hunger strike
MS-13 Leader Sentenced in Juvenile Prostitution Case
Press freedom group in Honduras denounces “censorship” of radio ad supporting the democratization of the broadcast spectrum
‘Technical’ coup against Supreme Court (Part 2)
Obama Ignores Ex-Marine Wrongly Held In Mexican Jail
Mexico’s crime wave has left about 25,000 missing, government documents show
Back in Sandinista Days . . .
John Kerry now talks a moderate game; but what does the record say?
Today’s Video: Telenovelas for Change
Panamanian held in Spain with cocaine breast implants
A Panamanian woman has been arrested in Spain with fake breast implants that turned out to be plastic bags containing 1.4kg of cocaine.
Children discover Mozart in Paraguay landfill, playing instruments made from recycled garbage
IPYS condemns change in law that classifies national security information in Peru
Moody’s downgrades University of Puerto Rico bonds
Puerto Rico family mourns death of girl, 6, in Connecticut school shooting
Mujica reconoció haber estado internado en un psiquiátrico porque se “figuraba voces”
Will the State Department Legitimize a Narco-Authoritarian Regime in Venezuela?
Chávez’s Outlook Darkens, Doctors Say
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez’s cancer is most likely terminal given the disease’s recurrences, say several leading cancer specialists not involved in the treatment.
With Hugo Chavez cancer-stricken, regional elections in Venezuela suddenly hugely important
Trying (Not) To Look At Venezuela’s Sunday’s Gubernatorial Elections
Post Chávez Surgery, Venezuela Warns of ‘Difficult’ Days
Nicolas Maduro, bus driver turned vice president, could succeed Hugo Chavez
Post Chavez scenarios
The week’s posts:
BBC Four – La Confiteria Ideal
Iran, McAfee, Litvinenko in the news; and don’t overdo the Gangnam
Post-Chavez Venezuela: Corruption and chaos
Chavez: “I do not surrender political power, I delegate it.”