Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Daily Headlines: November 25, 2014

* Colombia: The FARC freed two recently kidnapped soldiers this morning in an action that could help renew the suspended peace talks between the rebels and the Colombian government.

* U.S.: A poll released yesterday showed that 89% of Latino voters including solid majorities across all major political party affiliations favor President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration.

* Chile: A rematch of the Brazil-Colombia 2014 World cup quarterfinal and the traditional Argentina-Uruguay rivalry will be two of the more highly anticipated group stage matches at next year’s Copa America.

* Puerto Rico: According to police data the estimated 688 homicides for this year is expected to be 25% less than 2013 and at least 40% less than the record 1164 murders committed in 2011.

Video Source – The Economist via YouTube

Online Sources – Rappler; NBC News; Fox News Latino; SBS

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