Americas

Guatemalans sue over 1940s US syphilis experiments

Tuesday, Mar, 15 at 10:44 am,

WASHINGTON: Guatemalans subjected to US syphilis experiments in the 1940s are suing federal health officials to compensate them for health problems they have suffered.

Nations close in on Guatemalan massacre suspects

Monday, Mar, 14 at 10:11 am,

LOS ANGELES — Nearly 30 years after an elite Guatemalan military force raped and slaughtered residents of a tiny village, U.S. and Canadian authorities are closing in on some of the alleged perpetrators.

Guatemala’s First Lady Sandra Torres will run for president

Sunday, Mar, 13 at 5:57 pm,

Guatemala City. Guatemala’s First Lady Sandra Torres de Colon has announced yesterday that she will be run for president. Today, in her first press conference as a potential candidate, Sandra Torres de Colom explained that she does not seek confron…

Cuba: Big Bad Wolves, Little Red Riding Hoods and Tiny Stones

Saturday, Mar, 12 at 1:45 pm,

Javier González – Recent generations of former Cuban political prisoners have been given the vocation to play the role of modern-day Davids, always ready to fight by straightforwardly denouncing things that Big Bad Wolves, Little Red Riding Hoods and collaborationist Shepherds are willing to cover up or remain silent about

Mexico tycoon is world’s wealthiest

Thursday, Mar, 10 at 10:53 am,

Carlos Slim with assets worth $74bn stays world’s richest man for second year in row, according to Forbes magazine.

Mexico town fires its bravest woman

Wednesday, Mar, 09 at 11:24 am,

Young mom Marisol Valles Garcia was fired today from her job as police chief, after reportedly fleeing to the United States to escape death threats. Her predecessor was beheaded.

Oil workers ‘kidnapped’ in Colombia

Tuesday, Mar, 08 at 10:59 am,

Search begins for at least 23 Colombian oil contractors, abducted while working in remote jungle area in country’s east. http://english.aljazeera.net/news/americas/2011/03/2011384233171589.html

Whore not Hero: The Traitor Files — Teddy Kennedy

Monday, Feb, 28 at 10:55 am,

Is it any wonder that we have a radical in the White House? I mean, seriously. The Democrat heroes of the left have for decades been the worst subversives in our nation's history, actively working against individual rights, capitalism, and basic Constitutional principles. Time and time again.

CUBA: EL PRESO POLÍTICO Y EL PASTOR-CARCELERO

Thursday, Feb, 03 at 10:25 am,

Cuando hace algunos meses un grupo de presos políticos partió hacia España, agencias de noticias atribuyeron el "milagro" al cardenal de La Habana; pero los presos políticos, llegando a España, mostraron que todo no pasaba de un esfuerzo de la dictadura para desarticular y descabezar la oposición cubana por Armando F. Valladares. Miami (FL), 03 de febrero de 2011.

Broadband cable on its way to unplugged Cuba…

Monday, Jan, 24 at 3:19 am,

Cuba is set to join the high-speed broadband era with an undersea fibre-optic cable laid from Venezuela, bringing the promise of speedy internet to one of the world's least connected countries.

Alert! All Eyes on Venezuela Sunday 1/23

Sunday, Jan, 23 at 10:26 am,

Arlen Williams – Sunday 1/23 should be a critical day in the passions of world history. Tens of thousands of protesters are expected amass in Caracas, Venezuela, demanding Hugo Chavez be deposed.

Chavez's power grab

Monday, Jan, 03 at 12:27 pm,

Facing a new opposition legislature, Hugo Chavez can now rule by decree for the next 18 months.

Failed State Watch: How Much Longer for Mexico? (Part One)

Monday, Jan, 03 at 12:18 pm,

We know about barbarous cartels. But more terrifying is their cancerous spread through Mexican government, and societal decay caused by a state with no justice. There is no avoiding the problem: we need to know all of Mexico, now.

Rifts mar Cancun climate conference

Tuesday, Nov, 30 at 10:53 am,

Mexico's president urges nations to look beyond their nations' border and consider all humanity at climate summit.

Mexico: Pact with the Devil?

Saturday, Nov, 27 at 2:06 pm,

Mexican President Felipe Calderón can point to a significant catalog of accomplishments under his watch, from a handful of key legislative reforms to his government’s praiseworthy response to the swine flu epidemic in 2009. Far better known to mos…

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