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US was 'slow to speak out for human rights': Obama in homage to Argentinian-victims of US-backed dictatorships

Mar 25, 2016

US was 'slow to speak out for human rights': Obama in homage to Argentinian-victims of US-backed dictatorships

President Barack Obama paid homage Thursday to victims of Argentina's former US-backed dictatorship, admitting the United States was "slow to speak out for human rights" in those dark days. #United States #Michelle Obama #Barack Obama #Brazil #NewsTracker #Chile #Argentina #Uruguay #Bolivia #South America #Obama in Argentina
Zika scare: Cuba reports first case transmitted within the country

Mar 16, 2016

Zika scare: Cuba reports first case transmitted within the country

Cuban officials said they have detected the first case of the Zika virus transmitted inside the country, ending Cuba's status as one of the last nations in the hemisphere without domestic cases #NewsTracker #Venezuela #Cuba #South America #Havana #Zika Virus #Zika
WHO mulls declaring global health emergency as Zika virus spreads 'explosively'

Feb 01, 2016

WHO mulls declaring global health emergency as Zika virus spreads 'explosively'

The World Health Organization's emergency committee will on Monday debate whether a Zika virus outbreak suspected of causing a surge in serious birth defects in South America should be considered a global health emergency. #NewsTracker #WHO #South America #Virus #Ebola #Zika
Zika arrives in Europe: Danish hospital says case of the virus discovered

Jan 27, 2016

Zika arrives in Europe: Danish hospital says case of the virus discovered

Danish hospital officials say that a Danish tourist has been infected by the Zika virus after visiting southern and central America. #NewsTracker #Europe #EU #Denmark #South America #hospital #unwell #Central America #Zika #Danish broadcaster
Brazil's TAM Airlines Madrid-Sao Paulo flight diverted after bomb threat

Dec 15, 2015

Brazil's TAM Airlines Madrid-Sao Paulo flight diverted after bomb threat

A flight from Madrid to Sao Paulo operated by Brazil's TAM airlines was forced to return to the Spanish capital due to an alleged bomb threat, the company said. #Brazil #NewsTracker #Europe #Madrid #Bomb threat #South America #Sao Paolo #TAM airlines
Venezuela opposition anticipates election win

Dec 07, 2015

Venezuela opposition anticipates election win

Venezuelan opposition leaders said they anticipated victory Sunday after polls closed in a legislative election. #Elections #NewsTracker #Venezuela #South America #polls #Nicolas Maduro #Maduro #Freddy Guevara