Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Daily Headlines: March 4, 2015

* Mexico: Mexican authorities purportedly detained alleged Zetas chief Omar Trevino Morales, which marks the second time in less than a week that officials nabbed a suspected drug cartel leader.

* El Salvador: Defense consultancy firm IHS Jane's warned that the delayed publication of last Sunday’s local election results in El Salvador could increase already heightened political tensions.

* Brazil: Brazilian prosecutors will expand their probe of a major bribery scandal involving oil company Petrobras by opening investigations into fifty-four politicians.

* Argentina: Britain’s Foreign Office is none too pleased that Argentina will print new currency bills containing images of the disputed Falkland Islands.

Video Source – YouTube user Univision Noticias (Mexican officials claimed that suspected Zetas leader Omar Trevino Morales was captured on Wednesday morning).

Online Sources – MercoPress; Bloomberg; CNN; IHS Jane's

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