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April 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Latin America (12 Stories)

Venezuelan papers threatened by newsprint shortage

01/15/2014 1:18am
Venezuela's oldest newspaper is scrambling for newsprint as worsening shortages threaten to take several publications out of circulation in the coming weeks.

Ecuador politician complains of email hacking

01/15/2014 1:19am
Electronic documents published by an Ecuadorean state-run newspaper in a report alleging an opposition politician sought U.S. help to undermine President Rafael Correa's leftist government were stolen from her email, she and others affected allege.

Guatemala's vice president hit in face with flour

01/15/2014 1:29am
Guatemalan authorities have detained two women who threw flour on Vice president Roxana Baldetti's face at the end of the president's state of the nation speech.

Argentina: 2013 inflation just under 11 percent

01/15/2014 2:22pm
Argentina's government says consumer prices rose 10.9 percent during 2013, but private economic analysts say inflation really was more than twice that.

Chile to produce 6 million tons of copper in 2014

01/15/2014 2:33pm
Chile's copper output will rise nearly 4 percent to more than 6 million metric tons in 2014 due to new investment and higher production at privately controlled mines.

Famed Argentine poet Juan Gelman dies in Mexico

01/15/2014 2:38pm
Juan Gelman, a renowned Argentine poet and left-wing activist who was awarded the prestigious Cervantes Prize, has died in Mexico. He was 83.

Mexico gov't faces vigilante monster it created

01/15/2014 3:00pm
Vigilantes who have challenged the government's authority in lawless Michoacan state held onto their guns on Wednesday as federal authorities struggled to rein in a monster they helped create: citizen militias that rose among farmers and lime-pickers to fight a drug cartel.

Puerto Rico teachers meet with govt amid strike

01/15/2014 3:22pm
Thousands of striking school teachers gathered Wednesday in Puerto Rico's capital and their leaders met with government officials to talk about recent changes to the retirement system that sparked a two-day walkout.

US collegians on baseball diplomacy tour in Cuba

01/15/2014 3:48pm
Balls and strikes, not politics, ruled the day Wednesday at a baseball diamond in Havana, as last year's NCAA Division II championship team from the University of Tampa played an exhibition game against a Cuban youth squad.

Mexico cops hold man in killing of activist's son

01/15/2014 5:33pm
Mexican authorities say they have arrested an alleged drug trafficker as a suspect in the killing of a peace activist's only child.

Mexico gov't faces vigilante monster it created

01/15/2014 8:00pm
Vigilantes who have challenged the government's authority in lawless Michoacan state held onto their guns Wednesday as federal authorities struggled to rein in a monster they helped create: citizen militias that rose among farmers and lime pickers to fight a drug cartel.

Venezuela's president shuffles economic team

01/15/2014 8:38pm
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro reassigned members of his economic team Wednesday but didn't announce a painful currency devaluation that analysts say is needed to stabilize Latin America's biggest oil economy.
 
   
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