Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Daily Headlines: April 10, 2012

* Mexico: Leading presidential candidate Enrique Pena Nieto suggested that more private investment could help Pemex though he stopped short of urging for a full privatization of the state-run oil giant.

* South America: Increased seismic activity has been detected in Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano, while Colombian authorities lowered the eruption threat level for the Nevado del Ruiz volcano.

* Venezuela: Government officials claimed that Costa Rican diplomat Guillermo Cholele was in “good physical state” after he was possibly targeted in an “express” kidnapping.

* U.S.: A “Latino-themed offshoot” of Paranormal Activity that will reportedly “tackle Catholic-based paranormal mythology” could be coming to a theater near you.

Image Source – Flickr via rutlo (CC BY 2.0)

Online Sources- The Globe and Mail, Colombia Reports, Prensa Latina, Reuters, The A.V. Club

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