Haiti: The US takes control of Port-au-Prince ♦ Reconstruction plans ♦ Chile: new president to continue current policies ♦ Venezuela: government does not rule out more expropriations ♦ Bolivia denies responsibility for failure o
Mexico: Drug cartels on revenge attack for killing of leader ♦ Colombia: Guerrillas murder kidnapped governor ♦ Mexico: first gay wedding will not be annulled ♦ Peruvian President changes Economy Minister ♦ The British
CHILE: JUDGE CHARGES SUSPECTS OF KILLING FORMER PRESIDENT ♦ BOLIVIA: EVO MORALES ANNOUNCES NEW FORM OF GOVERNMENT ♦ CLIMATE CHANGE: BRAZIL: INDIANS WARN OF “REBELLION” OVER HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT ♦ COP15: NO WOMEN, NO AGREE
NO AGREEMENT AMONG LATIN AMERICAN LEADERS ON HONDURAN CRISIS ♦ ARGENTINA: ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATORS TAKE OVER CENTRAL BUENOS AIRES ♦ BOLIVIA: EVO MORALES REMAINS FAVOURITE FOR RELECTION ♦ MEXICO: FAST GROWTH OF TELECOMMUNICATION
In December 2008, Bolivia was declared to be 'free from illiteracy' - the third country to do so in Latin American and the Caribbean after Cuba and Venezuela. Now Honduras is set to achieve the same landmark within the next ten months...