EU takes action against Argentina at WTO over import restrictions.
The new president risks governing in his predecessor’s shadow
Deliberately late pizza deliveries raise awareness of world hunger and money for charity
A risky advertising campaign cooked up by agency ONIRIA/TBWA has seen two pizzerias in Paraguay provide a deliberately slow service to help customers begin to understand those affected by hunger, via Best of the Web, which says,
So the pizzeria failed to deliver what it promised and was more interested in making its customers feel guilty about their success. Is this a true story or a parable about the Obama administration?
Puerto Rico bail referendum sparks rights debate
Iran invites Venezuelan President Chavez to NAM summit; $5 says he ain’t gonna make it.
Ties between Bogota and Caracas are starting to fray again after 12 Colombian soldiers were killed near the Venezuela border, allegedly by Colombian rebels who are said to be using the neighboring country as a comfortable refuge.
The week’s posts:
Venezuela: The posters