Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Daily Headlines: April 30, 2014

* Mexico: An estimated sixty-four people have died mostly as a result of drug-related violence in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas this month including fourteen in a shootout yesterday.

* U.S.: A new report concluded that there has been a steady increase of Latinos born in the U.S. and entering adulthood while the rate of Latinos immigrating to the U.S. has diminished.

* Argentina: A seventeen-year-old girl was attacked and killed in what was described as “an extreme case of bullying.”

* Honduras: Did Honduras qualify for the World Cup by fixing matches with the help of a Singaporean criminal syndicate?

Video Source – teleSUR via YouTube (Residents of Tamaulipas, Mexico marched earlier this month to repudiate the spike in violence over the last few weeks).

Online Sources – Fox News Latino; The Guardian; ABC News, CNN

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