Thursday, April 23, 2009
On the final installment of Latinocast, tune in for news on the conclusion of the Summit of the Americas. Also learn about a potential increase in tensions between Cuba and the United States. There is also information on more violence in Mexico as a result of drug cartel activity. And it isn't Latinocast without Fernando Lugo facing another claim that he fathered an illegitimate son. Tune in for all these stories and more. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
This week on Latinocast, tune in for news about a major arrest in Colombia. Also listen for information about the current world economic crisis. Learn why Burger King is apologizing to the Mexican government, and listen for an update on last week's story on Paraguayan president Fernando Lugo. All that and more this week. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
This week on Latinocast, learn about improving relations between the United States and Cuba. Also learn about a major conviction of a former Peruvian president. Also on the program is information regarding a new motorcycle law in Guatemala, and an alleged incident in Costa Rica at the wedding of American football star Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen. All that and more on this weeks edition. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
This week on Latinocast, information on a the murder of a journalist in Honduras. Also on the program is a fascinating story about how Brazilian prisoners have created a unique form of smuggling cell phones inside. Tune in to find the latest news on the political tension in Venezuela. All these stories and more this week. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Latinocast returns this week with details about U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Mexico. Tune in for a story on the continuing struggle between the FARC and the Colombian government. Find out why the Honduran Congress is voting to prevent a religious sect from building a religious center in Tegucigalpa. Also included is a World Health Organization report on the spreading of HIV and tuberculosis around the globe. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Thursday, March 5, 2009
This week on Latinocast, a power shake-up in Cuba is eliciting questions about the future of the country's leadership. In Ecuador, an immigration phenomenon is being addressed by the government. Also, a mental hospital in Nicaragua is directly suffering from the world economic crisis. Find out all the details and more stories in this weeks edition. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
This week on Latinocast, updates on drug violence in Mexico. Hear what a Mexican congressman thinks of the situation. Also listen for an update on last week's report on Ecuador's expulsion of a U.S. diplomat. Also tune in for details on a United Nations call for help in Central America. All that and more on this week's edition. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
This week on Latinocast, complete results from Sunday's vote in Venezuela. Also, new information on the drug violence against police officers in Mexico. Learn about another volcanic eruption in Chile and the building of tension between leaders in the United States and Ecuador. To listen to this podcast, click here.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
This week on Latinocast, new information of the religious tension in Venezuela. President Hugo Chavez is aggressively combating criticism that his politics played a role in the incidents. Elsewhere, Mexico is beginning to use U.S. aid from the Merida Initiative to train its authorities. However, there are conflicting views on how much the U.S. should do to help. And although the Pope lifted his excommunication of British bishop Richard Williamson, an Argentine seminary has dismissed him. All that, plus an update on the 2010 World Cup. Click here to listen to this podcast.
Thursday, February 5, 2009
This week on Latinocast, news of Fidel Castro's criticism of President Barack Obama. Learn about a Colombian Supreme Court decision that does not favor the United States. Also included in the program is a story on the building religious tension in Venezuela. To listen to this weeks podcast, click here.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
The first installment of Latinocast comes your way with details on the protests in Brazil against the World Economic Forum. Five Latin American leaders are in attendance for the protests. Also news on Colombia's president, as well as a look at what Argentina is doing to cope with one of the worst droughts it has faced in decades. To listen to the podcast, click here