This week’s big stories: the governor of Puerto Rico claims that the massive Federal investigation on his wrongdoings is politically motivated, and Hugo gets farked by the FARC.
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New WEBSITE, and new FEATURE
Website: Net for Cuba International
Feature: The Cubanology Biweekly Report
ARGENTINA, VENEZUELA AND AMERICA
Slush and garbage
The imbroglio over a cash-stuffed suitcase
Audio: BBC Radio’s Caribbean Report
Pace of investment disappoints Latin America
HACER‘s weekly roundup.
A museum dedicated to laziness has opened in Colombia’s capital, Bogota.
The event features sofas placed in front of televisions, hammocks and beds – anything associated with the avoidance of work.
Sounds a lot like the Princeton Public Library, if you ask me…
I Hate Monkeys And They Hate Me
Via Maria, Tourists Shun Crime-Hit Mexico Beaches
TRINIDAD and TOBAGO
Trinidad and Tobago says no to PetroCaribe deal
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