Thursday, August 22, 2013
Daily Headlines: August 22, 2013
* Venezuela: The Venezuelan government announced plans to install some 30,000 surveillance cameras nationwide in order to combat rampant crime.
* U.S.: A new study concluded that Latino children are diagnosed with autism later and less often than other children partly due to several factors including language differences between doctors and patients as well as limited access to primary care.
* Brazil: David Miranda, the Brazilian partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald, was granted a limited court injunction preventing British officials from “inspecting, copying or sharing” data seized from him during his recent detention at Heathrow airport.
* South America: The Chilean Supreme Court unanimously approved the extradition of an ex-Argentine judge accused of crimes against humanity during the Dirty War era.
Video Source – YouTube via Al Jazeera English (Video uploaded on March 2013).
Online Sources- NBC Latino; CNN; AFP; ABC News