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April 20th, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Latin America (9 Stories)

Thousands of caimans thrive in Rio's urban sprawl

10/17/2013 1:05am
Oh, the glories of Rio that await spectators and athletes at the 2016 Olympics: those beaches, that music, the dramatic mountains. And then there are a few thousand alligator-like creatures slithering through sewage-like lagoons.

Jamaica police erasing gang murals in slums

10/17/2013 8:45am
Black-clad police toting submachine guns entered the slum of narrow streets lined with wooden shacks and crumbling concrete buildings in Jamaica's capital. As usual, they were looking for fugitives, drugs and guns. But this time, they were also after a different quarry, one they say has a no less corrosive impact on society.

Thousands of caimans thrive in Rio's urban sprawl

10/17/2013 10:35am
Oh, the glories of Rio that await spectators and athletes at the 2016 Olympics: those beaches, that music, the dramatic mountains. And then there are a few thousand alligator-like creatures slithering through sewage-like lagoons.

Iberoamerican meet loses gloss with less leaders

10/17/2013 1:30pm
Just 14 of Latin America's 22 presidents are expected at this weekend's Iberoamerican Summit in Panama, taking some of the gloss off a once high-profile event.

Brazilian oil workers go on strike

10/17/2013 1:41pm
Workers of Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras have gone on a nationwide strike protesting next week's scheduled auction of a huge offshore oil field, arguing foreign companies shouldn't be involved, union officials said Thursday.

Catholic Church opens business classes in Cuba

10/17/2013 2:19pm
Cuba's Catholic Church says it has launched classes aimed at training aspiring entrepreneurs to open and run small businesses permitted by the country's new program of economic reforms.

Colombia to investigate deadly building collapse

10/17/2013 4:05pm
Colombia's chief prosecutor says his office is investigating the manager of the company that was building a tower that collapsed in the city of Medellin over the weekend, killing at least one person and leaving another 10 missing.

Peru's jailed president begins another trial

10/17/2013 5:02pm
Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori showed up for the start of his fifth trial with mussed hair and wearing a sweater over a T-shirt. He sat at the defendant's table taking his blood pressure and writing the measurements in a white notebook.

Caricom condemns Dominican migrant court ruling

10/17/2013 9:57pm
A grouping of 15 Caribbean nations is criticizing a court ruling in the Dominican Republic that strips citizenship from the children of migrant workers.
 
   
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