Newton’s Third Law at work:
For every action Argentina reiterates claim to Falklands, there is an equal and opposite reaction Falklands MPs reject Argentina’s claim to islands
Argentina Said to Revise Nuclear Pact With China to Favor U.S.
An Island in the Bahamas Where Pigs Swim Free. On Big Major Cay, tourists and pigs play together on the sand and in the water.
China’s Sinosteel Signs Contract for Mill at Bolivia Iron-Ore Mine
Brazil’s Vice President Michel Temer Aims Higher. Having led his party out of President Dilma Rousseff’s embattled government, former ally turns foe and angles for presidency
Brazil Investigator Alleges Connection Between Murder and Corruption Scandal. Judge Sergio Moro alleges money siphoned from Petrobras may have been used to cover up death of Celso Daniel
In January 2002, Mr. Daniel, the former mayor of Santo André, a suburb of São Paulo, was found shot to death a few days after being kidnapped. Six men were convicted and sentenced to prison, but the case has been reopened and closed several times since.
Mr. Moro on Friday alleged funds siphoned from the state-owned oil company at the center of the complex web of bribery and coverups, Petróleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras, could have been used to pay hush money related to Mr. Daniel’s murder.
Brazil Court Crimps Judge’s Probe. Sergio Moro’s aggressive probe of a bid-rigging-and-bribery scheme at state oil company Petrobras has put him in open conflict with President Dilma Rousseff—and made him a star to her many detractors.
Bolivia Suing Chile at The Hague over Water Dispute
Thousands protest government handling of peace process in Colombia
La protesta pacífica habla más duro que la violenta. pic.twitter.com/9qW5ePWA5T
— Claudia Gurisatti (@CGurisattiNTN24) April 3, 2016
Apoyo a Colombianos q marchan hoy contra negociaciones mediadas x #Castro q ignoran crimenes d #FARC #Abril2alacalle pic.twitter.com/pfjHt8RHmU
— Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (@RosLehtinen) April 2, 2016
Colombia unsure about hostage numbers before talks with ELN rebels
This Is Not the Path to Cuban Freedom
In Cuba, image is king – whatever horrors lurk beneath it
Hypocrisy update of the day: Castro regime seeks reparations for slave trade
Kiwi drug accused Scott Elliott speaks of ‘dreadful situation’ in Ecuadorian jail
Jamaica, Beyond the Beach. The nation is recasting itself as a glamour and eco-tourism destination, but its African-inflected culture is what lulls you.
Argentine Experts Question Report on Missing Mexico Students
Miami Fugitive on Run for 20 Years Found in Nicaragua
Can Paraguay Escape Decades of Despotism, Ineptitude, and Corruption? Despite promising one of the biggest turnaround stories in the southern hemisphere, President Horacio Cartes has more work to do.
The drug mule’s makeover: Incredible transformation of ‘Peru Two’ Brit as she shows off new blonde hair and smarter, slimmer look in first interview since leaving jail for smuggling £1.5million of cocaine
Why Puerto Rico’s super restructuring is bad policy
Venezuela’s Economy, As Told by A Hot Dog. Like the Famous Venezuelan Hot Dog Pepito, the Chavista-made Economic Crisis Comes in Layers