The semifinals Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean
By Fausta's Blog on July 07, 2014
Argentina and Brazil go to the World Cup semifinals, and that has been the top story all over the hemisphere. ARGENTINA Argentina running out of options in lose-lose debt battle with ‘vultures’ Murder verdict over Argentina bishop Two former senior military officers in Argentina have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Bishop Enrique Angelelli in 1976 during military rule. World Cup police cooperation leads to arrest of fugitive from Argentina’s ‘dirty war’ Salvador Siciliano, a leading member of the notorious Triple A anti-communist death squad in the 1970s, captured in Brazil thanks to heightened communications between international forces around the tournament BOLIVIA Bolivia sanctions child labour as young as 10 Bolivian congress passes laws that allow 12-year-old children to be employed in full-time work for others, with 10-year-olds permitted to work if self-employed Bolivian Cops Occupy Command Centers to Demand Pay Hike BRAZIL Brazilian police link Fifa official to World Cup ticket gang Brazil Tragedy Raises Doubts on Building Rush Grief Descended on Belo Horizonte, a World Cup Host City, Following the Collapse of a Highway Overpass Video here. . . .