Friday, December 15, 2017
The Argentine government is proposing a complete overhaul of its intelligence services. But we are no closer to discovering who (if anyone) killed prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was leading the investigation into the 1994 AMIA bombing.
Uruguay, once regarded as a backwater, is taking on the Big Boys with its daring new policies.
The Jubilee Debt Campaign UK is organising a petition of support for the Argentine government in its struggle against 'vulture funds'.
A 30-minute TV programme discusses the case of the Cuban 5.
Ed Rhodes reports on a World Cup fans match, England vs Brazil. The match was arranged with LAB's help.
Will the new Foreign Direct Investment Law update Cuba's economy?
Immigration is contentious both in US internal politics and in its relations with Mexico. Soon, however, US demand for labour may outstrip the supply of immigrants.
President Pérez Molina is a leading opponent of the indiscriminate use of force to thwart the illegal drugs trade. Now he is pressing for the UN to adopt a complete change of strategy.
Cuba's main source of overseas earnings is now the work done by its doctors and medical professionals writes LAB editor Javier Farje from Havana.
Two of the Cuban Five - René González and Fernando González - are back in Cuba but their thoughts are still with their imprisoned compatriots. Lab editor Javier Farje writes from Havana.

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