New in Ceasefire, South of The Border - Monday, October 11, 2010 4:54 - 1 Comment
In the news this week in Latin America: Argentina vents its anger at the IMF, an internet super cable to link Cuba and Venezuela, ousted Honduran president Zelaya speaks out, Dilma a step away from the Brazilian presidency and much more. Ceasefire correspondent Tom Kavanagh delivers his weekly round up of what's been going on south of the border.
South of The Border - Monday, September 13, 2010 16:01 - 0 CommentsIn the news this week in Latin America: The UN praises Chavez, Castro says he's been misquoted, Mexico's drug wars escalate further and much more. Ceasefire correspondent Tom Kavanagh delivers his weekly round up of what's been going on south of the border...
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, August 30, 2010 11:51 - 1 CommentIn the news this week in Latin America: Massacre in Mexico, Morales unhappy with Peru, Brazil awaits its first female president and much more. Ceasefire correspondent Tom Kavanagh delivers his weekly round up of what's been going on south of the border...
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, August 23, 2010 18:05 - 0 CommentsIn the news this week in Latin America: Protests in Honduras, police officers arrested in Mexico, Fidel Castro's new career as a columnist and much more. Ceasefire correspondent, Tom Kavanagh, gives his weekly report on what's been going on south of the border...
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, August 16, 2010 1:54 - 1 CommentThe past few years have been interesting times in Latin America, and this week was no exception: from protests in Bolivia, to a Brazilian possible u-turn on the Iran question to the remarkable warming of relations between Chavez and his Colmbian neighbours. In this week's dispatch, our correspondent Tom Kavanagh reports on what's been going on south of the border...
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