Thursday, March 31, 2011

Daily Headlines: March 31, 2011

* Mexico: A combined reward of up to $5.8 million was offered by the U.S. and Mexican governments in relation to the attack against a pair of U.S. immigration agents in February.

* Chile: The attorney representing the three daughters of assassinated former army chief Carlos Prats confirmed that they filed a $15 million lawsuit against the Chilean government.

* Haiti: According to documents obtained by the Canadian Press news agency officials in Canada worried that a "popular uprising" would take place after a major January 2010 earthquake.

* Brazil: Could Brazil's growing reliance on China hurt the South American country's growing economy or are such fears unfounded?

Image – CNN (“Special Agent Jaime Zapata was shot and killed February 15 while traveling between Mexico City and Monterrey.”)
Online Sources- BusinessWeek, Reuters, MSNBC, CTV

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