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LATIN AMERICA NEWS ROUNDUP – MAY 24, 2019


News Americas,  NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 24, 2019: Here are the top stories making news from across Latin America for week-ending May 24, 2019:

German shipping firm BSM has moved to legally detain three of Venezuelan PDVSA’s oil tankers.

Bolivian President Evo Morales has defied term limits and launched his bid for a fourth term.

An industrial strike in Nicaragua Thursday could cost the country US$15-20 million.

Wilbur Ross will lead a US delegation to El Salvador for the inauguration on June 1st of Nayib Bukele.

Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaido says The US should help Venezuela keep control over its U.S. refiner Citgo.

Brazil this week cut its economic growth forecast to just 1.6 percent, down from 2.2.

4 Americans and 1 Canadian are dead After Their Plane Crashed as it headed to Roatan in Honduras.

Cases of microcephaly have quadrupled in Costa Rica due to Zika.

Pope francis has Appointed 2 New Auxiliary Bishops in Chile on heels of the clerical sexual abuse scandal.

The body of Colombian U20 and U17 player Leidy Asprilla has been recovered on a highway in the southwest of Colombia.

Six migrant children have died in U.S. custody in the past 8 months.

10 people were killed and three injured in a shootout between suspected gang members near the town of Uruapán in western Mexico.

and Brazil’s Body Shop owner Natura is set to buy Avon for £1.6bn.

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