Thursday, June 10, 2010

Daily Headlines: June 10, 2010

* Mexico: The fallout from the Border Patrol shooting of a Mexican teen continued with the F.B.I. starting their investigation into the incident. (The above video via Univision shows some Not Safe for Work amateur video of the shooting).

* U.S.: For the second time in three years, Homeland Security proposed raising fees for certain types of immigration services including work permits and green cards.

* Nicaragua: The U.S. judge presiding over a lawsuit by Nicaraguan workers against food giant Dole claimed that statements were made in that country accusing her of corruption.

* Bolivia: President Evo Morales was reportedly reelected to head Bolivia’s main coca growers union.

Online Sources- The Latin Americanist, Reuters, Miami Herald, Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg


Vicente Duque said...
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Erwin C. said...


Do you have anything to say over the border incident itself?