Monday, October 12, 2009

Daily Headlines: October 12, 2009

* Mexico: The Senate Appropriation Committee rejected a provision that would’ve added an extra 300 miles to the U.S.-Mexico border barrier.

* Argentina: Rest in peace Luis Aguile; the Argentine-born singer-songwriter best known for "Cuando Sali de Cuba" (When I Left Cuba) died in Madrid at the age of 73.

* Bolivia: According to a recent poll Bolivian president Evo Morales is well on his way to winning reelection this December.

* U.S.: Albert Pujols may have a strong chance to repeat as National League Most Valuable Player yet he and his St. Louis Cardinals teammates will be watching the rest of the playoffs at home after being flummoxed by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Online Sources- Houston Chronicle, CBC, YouTube, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times,
Angus Reid Consultants

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