Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Daily Headlines: November 9, 2010

* Mexico: A crackdown on money laundering may hurt the interests of drug gangs but it has also been inconvenient to the growing number of foreign tourists visiting Mexico.

* Latin America: According to the U.N. inequality throughout Latin America and the Caribbean continues to grow despite the region being “the most unequal in the world”.

* Guatemala: President Alvaro Colom vetoed a proposal that would’ve ended a ten-year moratorium on the death penalty.

* Paraguay: Could a British-led expedition into Paraguay lead to the “genocide” of certain isolated indigenous tribes?

Image – SFGate.com
Online Sources- Bloomberg, MercoPress, The Guardian, The Latin Americanist, LAHT

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