Source Miami Herald by Andres Oppenheimer The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is doing great things in Latin America, but I wonder whether its latest role as a middleman to help place 4,000 Cuban doctors in remote areas of Brazil does not amount to sponsoring slavery. Under a deal […]
Source: LAHT Former National Guard Captain Vassyly Kotosky Villarroel Ramirez was Previously Indicted by the U.S. Attorney’s...
Source: Washington Post The Mexican law student was surprised by how easy it was to get into Iran two years ago. By...
Source: Miami Herald By Andres Oppenheimer The U.S. State Department said this week it will reevaluate a recent report...
Source: The Daily Beast By: Josh Rogin Following a report by a leading Argentinian prosecutor, the State Department has decided to reexamine its own assessment of Iran’s growing infrastructure to support terrorist activities in Latin America. President-elect Hassan Rowhani waves as he attends a press conference in Tehran on Monday. (Behrouz […]Read more ›
Source: El Universal Tuesday July 30, 2013 04:12 PM “I was told (by Cuban leader Fidel Castro) that the issue (President Hugo Chávez’s health condition) was very serious and that he had a few months left. That is why we had to prepare emotionally for such a terrible blow,” Ecuadorian President […]Read more ›
Source: Miami Today By Vanessa Zambrano The status quo remains at the third-floor office that the Venezuelan Consulate rents in Miami. Even though nobody is in the space and the consulate is not active, the Venezuelan government continues to pay for it. Jerome Hollo, vice president of Florida East […]Read more ›
Source: Global Voice Advocacy Image by luciferlatexsex. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Until recently, communications laws in many Latin American and Caribbean countries were grounded in an obsolete vision of communications media, and in many cases, they ignored, or addressed only superficially, the technological and social changes that our countries have experienced […]Read more ›
Source: NBC News Courtesy IHS Maritime The captain of the North Korean ship Chong Chon Gang tried to kill himself as the vessel was searched, according to Panama’s President Ricardo Martinelli. By Ian Johnston and F. Brinley Bruton, NBC News A North Korean-flagged ship carrying what is believed to be […]Read more ›
Source: El Comercio Por: GABRIELA QUIROZ Y ARTURO TORRES Empresas que registran exportaciones ficticias y sobrefacturadas de Ecuador a Venezuela se multiplicaron como golondrinas en verano. Aunque los antecedentes de sus operaciones se remontan al 2008, cuando el sector textilero hizo las primeras denuncias. Venezolanos, colombianos y ecuatorianos idearon un […]Read more ›