September 21, 2017
- “‘Ditadura Nunca e Melhor’, Diz Comandante Do Exercito” (Veja (Brazil), September 21, 2017).
Apesar de negar que general que aventou intervenção militar será punido, Eduardo Villas Bôas afirmou que instituição se pauta pela estabilidade e legalidade
- “Juiz Da Lava Jato Condena Sergio Cabral a 45 Anos de Prisao” (Veja (Brazil), September 21, 2017).
Na maior condenação da operação, ex-governador é considerado culpado de cobrar propina em obras como a do Maracanã
- Ariel Ávila, “El Debate Sobre Narcotrafico y Cultivos Hoja de Coca” (Semana (Colombia), September 21, 2017).
Con la revaluación del dólar, el precio de la hoja de coca se incrementó casi un 40%, igual sucedió con la base de la pasta
- Mimi Whitefield, “U.S.-Cuba Commission Meets for First Time During Trump Administration” (The Miami Herald, September 21, 2017).
The Cuban delegation — led by Josefina Vidal, Cuba’s chief negotiator during the opening toward Cuba under former President Barack Obama — noted the commission was meeting against the backdrop of a “reversal” in Cuba-U.S. relations
- “Los Blancos de la Inteligencia” (Plan V (Ecuador), September 21, 2017).
Todas las actividades de Yasunidos fueron objeto de un minucioso seguimiento de inteligencia por organismos del Estado
- Alberto Pradilla, “#paro20s: La Plaza Vuelve a Llenarse, Esta Vez en Dos Tiempos” (Plaza Publica (Guatemala), September 21, 2017).
El paro nacional y sus actores muestran un magma, un descontento creciente, con planteamientos que se tocan pero que siguen sin articular una alternativa coherente y cohesionada
- Jazmine Ulloa, Patrick Mcgreevy, “California to Sue Trump Administration Over Plan for U.S.-Mexico Border Wall” (The Los Angeles Times, September 21, 2017).
The state’s lawsuit alleges that the Trump administration has failed to comply with federal and state environmental laws and relied on federal statutes that don’t authorize the proposed projects
- Steve Lopez, “Trump’s Wall Is Big, Beautiful and Dumb a?? Here’s a Better Way to Control the Border” (The Los Angeles Times, September 21, 2017).
I want to lay out a few things Trump might consider if his real goal were to reduce the number of people entering the country illegally, rather than tell his cheerleaders what they want to hear
- Ryan Autullo, Taylor Goldenstein, “Immigrant Taken by Ice From Austin Courthouse Was Killed in Mexico” (The Austin American-Statesman, September 21, 2017).
Juan Coronilla-Guerrero’s wife warned a federal judge this spring that her husband would be killed if the U.S. government followed through with his deportation
- Robbie Whelan, Santiago Perez, “Mexico’s ‘Moles’ Dig Out Earthquake Victims” (The Wall Street Journal, September 21, 2017).
The Topos are a Mexican innovation, a volunteer force of usually small men and women who climb through shaky, extremely damaged buildings to pull survivors from the debris
- Jon Lee Anderson, “Terror, Chaos, and Solidarity as Another Earthquake Shakes Mexico City” (The New Yorker, September 21, 2017).
“These human chains are one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever experienced, and also one of the hardest to bear. Sadly, the bodies keep coming out”
- Aodhan Beirne, Christina Caron, “Where to Donate to Mexico Earthquake Victims” (The New York Times, September 21, 2017).
Here is a list of local and international organizations that are providing aid
- Carlos Puig, “Living in Mexico City Is a Perpetual Dare” (The New York Times, September 21, 2017).
Because we all know of people who have died going into damaged buildings, hoping to rescue someone, many volunteers write their name and a phone number on their arms
- Leon Krauze, “Mexico Needs Help Now. Can President Trump Overcome His Grudges and Provide It?” (The Washington Post, September 21, 2017).
Nativist prejudice should find its limits in sudden human suffering. The alternative would be cruel and, yes, un-American
- Danica Coto, “Maria Destroys Homes, Triggers Flooding in Puerto Rico” (Associated Press **, September 21, 2017).
It punished the island of 3.4 million people with life-threatening winds for several hours, the second time in two weeks that Puerto Rico has felt the wrath of a hurricane