Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Daily Headlines: September 29, 2010

* Mexico: After initially claiming that as many as 1000 people could be buried as a result of a massive landslide officials in Oaxaca subsequently said that only eleven villagers are missing.

* Chile: Over thirty miners trapped underground since early August could be freed weeks ahead of the December deadline.

* South America: November 22nd was announced as the first day of operations for the integrated Peruvian, Chilean and Colombian stock markets.

* Cuba: In an interview with Cuban TV a Salvadoran man claimed that Luis Posada Carriles hired him to plant bombs at several Havana locations during the 1990s.

Image – The Telegraph (“A landslide in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico.”)
Online Sources- NASDAQ, MSNBC, The Latin Americanist, AP, BBC News

1 comment:

Tambopaxi said...

That 11 number could go up by three if those idiots don't get off of that unsupported pavement overhang...