Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Daily Headlines: June 22, 2010

* Latin America: Southern Mexico is expected to soon be hit by a strengthening Hurricane Celia while floods and mudslides have killed at least 31 people in northeastern Brazil.

* U.S.: According to a Center for Responsible Lending report Latino families are 71% more likely than whites to lose their home to foreclosure.

* Chile: The archbishop of the capital city of Santiago has requested that the Vatican investigate a priest accused of abusing minors.

* Colombia: Alejandro Falla nearly pulled off one of the greatest upsets in tennis history against Roger Federer in the first round of Wimbledon.

Image – AFP (“A teenager enjoys body boarding at a beach in Acapulco in 2006.”)
Online Sources- CNN, Democracy Now, Xinhua, MSNBC

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