Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Daily Headlines: September 22, 2015

* Mexico: Police and protesters in Mexico’s Guerrero state clashed days prior to the one-year anniversary of the disappearances of 43 college students.

* Cuba: Pope Francis ended his visit to Cuba with a call for family unity and reconciliation among the island’s residents.

* Brazil: Brazil’s currency sunk to a record low today amid an economy hampered by recession and rising inflation.

* Argentina: Daniel Scioli, the presidential candidate for the ruling coalition, said that he would continue the current regime’s legal battle against “vulture” debt holders.

YouTube Source – teleSUR English (“In an expression of mounting frustration with the lack of results in the official investigation into the enforced disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students, protests escalated in the southwestern Mexican state of Guerrero where the tragic events occurred.")

Online Sources – Bloomberg, The Latin Americanist, BBC News, GlobalPost, CNBC

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