Monday, April 15, 2013
Daily Headlines: April 15, 2013
* Cuba: In op-ed piece published in the New York Times, Guantanamo inmate Samir Naji al-Hasan Moqbel claimed that he has been detained without trial since 2001 and described his participation in a hunger strike at the U.S.-run military prison.
* Mexico: Europol warned last week that Mexican drug gangs are allegedly trying to become “key players in the European drugs market.”
* Argentina: Golfer Angel Cabrera fell short of winning his second Masters tournament and ended as runner-up to Adam Scott of Australia.
* Latin America: Guatemala filed a dispute at the World Trade Organization against Peru regarding import duties on several foods.
Video Source – YouTube via euronews
Online Sources- The Atlantic, Bloomberg, ESPN, LAHT