Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Daily Headlines: August 9, 2011

* Guatemala: A judge ordered that a U.S. couple return their adopted daughter after the court found that the girl was kidnapped from her Guatemalan birth mother.

* Mexico: According to newly released data fewer migrants are entering Mexico but there has been a sharper decline in migrants leaving the country.

* Cuba: A U.S. travel firm that secured a license for “people-to-people exchanges” in Cuba abruptly suspended its planned trips to the island.

* Colombia: President Juan Manuel Santos pledged to modify the military in order to better combat a weakened but still combative FARC rebel army.

Image – AP via Time (“Seven Guatemalan children sit in bouncing chairs at the Casa Quivira children's home in Antigua, 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of Guatemala City Tuesday Aug. 14, 2007.”)
Online Sources- CNN, Sun-Sentinel.com, Fox News Latino, Reuters AlertNet

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