Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Daily Headlines: March 29, 2011

* Guatemala: Canadian firm CGN was sued by a group of eleven Guatemalan women who clamed that they were victims of a gang rape by security personnel hired by the company.

* Cuba: Will ex-president Jimmy Carter’s visit Havana help improve U.S.-Cuba relations that weakened since the recent conviction of Alan Gross?

* Argentina: Protesters allegedly disappointed at the government’s controversial 2009 media law blocked the entrance to the printing presses for Argentina’s two largest newspapers.

* Bolivia: Miners seeking better work conditions continued their five-day-old strike that has halted operations at one of Bolivia’s top silver and zinc mines.

Image – AP via BBC News (“Hundreds of women are murdered in Guatemala each year.”)
Online Sources- CTV, LAHT, The Guardian, Reuters, The Latin Americanist

1 comment:

Senor Pescado said...

Canadian firm CGN was sued by a group of eleven Guatemalan women

where is this link, said not found, I want to know they are, the names, where do they live
f*** canuck gold miners, all for fishing for free, bottom fishing

all canadians I run into, in Centroamerica
I will kick your a**