Friday, July 15, 2011

Daily Headlines: July 15, 2011

* U.S.: A Pew Hispanic Center released yesterday found that births and not newly arrived immigrants are boosting growth in the burgeoning Mexican-American population.

* Brazil: Brazil will head a security operation next month that will boost the number of unmanned aircraft above the country and several of its neighbors.

* Guatemala: Pedro Pimentel Rios, a former Guatemalan military member suspected of participating in the 1982 Dos Erres massacre, was deported from California.

* Argentina: President Cristina Fernandez decreed a ban on prostitution ads in various forms of media including newspapers.

Image – AP via CBS News (“A Spanish version of a Nevada voter registration form is seen in Las Vegas Aug. 22, 2008.” Mexican-Americans make up nearly 60% of the U.S. Latino population.)
Online Sources- UPI, ABC News, USA TODAY, Pew Hispanic Center

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