Following last week’s VII Summit of the Americas, the hemisphere media showed an endless parade of Cuba propagandists touting “Cuba’s moral victory” over the U.S.
Argentina launches lawsuit against Falkland oil drillers
Tact gone, Britons living in the Falklands are like Chinese in Chinatown, says Argentine ambassador
Alicia Castro has likened British sovereignty over the archipelago to Chinese claims to the Soho district of Chinatown, as Argentina’s minister for Falklands affairs spells out the legal action his government is taking against British firms
Pope Francis will visit Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay
Olympics: thousands of dead fish at Rio de Janeiro rowing venue
Thousands of dead fish wash up at Rio de Janeiro lagoon that will host rowing and canoeing events
Intel Leak: FARC Outgun Venezuelan Military to Poach Coltan Mines
Colombian Guerrilla De Facto Rulers in Amazonas Region
Colombia’s Santos Wants to Set Deadline for Peace Process
OBAMA REMOVES CUBA FROM TERROR SPONSOR LIST, CUBAN SUPPORTED TERROR GROUP KILLS 10
Americans Murdered By Terrorists, Do Not Matter
Hillary Clinton Decided to Run at Oscar de la Renta’s Dominican Republic Beachfront Mansion
Janet Hinostroza: “Justice Has a Very High Price in Ecuador”
Ecuadorian Journalist’s New Documentary Uncovers Deadly US Judicial Failure
Report: Jamaica’s Parliament In Bottom Half Of World’s Effective Law-Making Bodies
Mexico confirms capture of Gulf Cartel leader
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U.S. downplays Nicaragua’s concerns about embassy staffer infected with Ebola
In Panama, Restoring Streets And Reforming Gangs At The Same Time
Paraguay activists ensure government’s oil ambitions will be no walk in the park
The threat of oil drilling in Defensores del Chaco national park, where potentially extensive reserves have been uncovered, is causing growing unease in Paraguay
Pre-Inca mummy dumped at Peru rubbish site discovered by cleaners
Treasury Officials Increase Efforts With Finances of Puerto Rico
Pope Francis’ iPad Fetches $30,500 at Auction in Uruguay
VenEconomy: The Sovereignty of Hunger in Venezuela!
The week’s posts and podcasts:
Venezuela: May the farce be with you
Is ISIS at the US-Mexico border?
Today’s vision of hell, airline travel edition:
Mexico: Radioactive material stolen
Cuba off Sponsors of Terrorism list; how’s that working so far?
Harvard hosts racketeer . . . twice
Breaking: Cuba off Sponsors of Terrorism list
Cuba: Victory lap at the VII Summit
Brazil: The demonstrators are not going away
More at the circus: Correa & Obama, BFFs
Rick Moran’s RINO Hour of Power, Hillary announces: Should we even bother to count the votes? with Rich Baehr.
Silvio Canto’s The Panama summit and other US Latin America stories of the week with Roger Mailhot.