Monday Feb 24
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Mexico capo's arrest unlikely to slow top cartel
Like a Fortune 500 company losing an executive, the powerful Sinaloa cartel is likely to stay in business at least in the short term selling billions of dollars of illegal drugs, despite the arrest of its legendary leader, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Buenos Aires Herald
Fragmented unions brace for wage talks
As the national government moves toward rounding up its tardy negotiations with teachers over basic wages on Friday, the forecast for upcoming talks with the country's unions looked as cloudy as the skies over Buenos Aires City yesterday, with the fragmented union movement tugging from different angles at the credibility of government claims that ... (more)