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Latin America Correspondent — Globe and Mail
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Latin America Correspondent for Canada's @GlobeandMail, former corro in South Asia and Africa, author of 28 Stories of AIDS in Africa, failed trapeze artist

Close election race for Uruguay’s president

theglobeandmail.com — For years, Daniela Leal saw only one good choice at the ballot box: She voted for the Frente Amplio, the Broad Front, the coalition of Uruguayan leftist parties that prioritized the well-being of families like hers. Ms. Leal, 43, her four children and one grandchild live in a cement-block house with a corrugated tin roof in a slum on the edge of the capital.

Brazilian oil giant Petrobras feels the sting of corruption

theglobeandmail.com — When Brazilian police raided the Rio de Janeiro home of Paulo Roberto Costa, a senior bureaucrat, back in March, they found a remarkable cache. He had $380,000 in Brazilian currency, $181,000 in U.S.

Defeated candidate Silva endorses Neves in Brazil’s run-off election

theglobeandmail.com — Brazil's strange electoral season turned weirder over the past few days as Marina Silva, the environmentalist and political reformer who finished third in the first round of presidential elections, endorsed the right-wing opposition candidate, Aecio Neves, in the run-off against President Dilma Rousseff.

Globe in Brazil: Rousseff readies for a hard fight in runoff race

theglobeandmail.com — Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff faces a fierce fight to hold on to her job over the next three weeks, with early signs that her rival in a second-round vote is rallying a wide "anyone-but-Dilma" caravan of supporters. After a volatile campaign, Ms. Rousseff of the Workers' Party finished first, with 41 per cent of the vote in Sunday's vote.

Globe in Brazil: Rousseff to face Neves in run-off vote

theglobeandmail.com — It was a volatile election campaign all the way through, and the results in Brazil's national vote on Sunday stayed true to form. President Dilma Rousseff finished first, but the one-time leading candidate Marina Silva, an outsider environmentalist promising dramatic change, saw her support collapse and finished a distant third.

Brazil heads to polls to decide rollercoaster presidential race

theglobeandmail.com — Voting is underway in the most unpredictable election Brazil has seen in at least a generation. More than 142-million voters are casting ballots for members of congress, state governors, a third of senate seats - and for presidential candidates in a fiercely contested race.

Brazilian currency, markets sink on fears of Rousseff's re-election

theglobeandmail.com — As Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff began to show a steady lead in polls ahead of Sunday's election, the country's currency sank to its lowest level in six years, and its stock market extended its recent plunge to more than 12 per cent over the past month.

From rebel to president, Brazil’s Rousseff faces tough election battle

theglobeandmail.com — Early in her life, Dilma Rousseff paid a high price for her political convictions. Arrested by Brazil's military dictatorship while working for the leftist underground in 1970, she was brutally tortured in an effort to make her give up information on her comrades. She didn't crack.

Brazil’s election: What you need to know

theglobeandmail.com — Sunday's election has Brazil at a crossroads: After 12 years of rule by the Workers' Party in which the economy surged, millions of people saw their standard of living rise dramatically and the country enjoyed a new sense of prestige internationally, there is now a strong feeling the good times have ground to a halt.

Female refugees live between freedom and fear

theglobeandmail.com — The women are frightened. They are furious. They are hot and filthy, hungry and sick with worry for their children. And underneath all that, there is another emotion, one they cannot acknowledge, can barely permit themselves to feel. They are just the smallest bit gleeful.
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Oct 24, 2014

@LBlenkinsop @mmmcgu thanks both! I'm just back in internet land but had no idea they weren't working. glad they're still useful

Oct 24, 2014

This story of 4 strangers telling a dying man how loved he is, the most compelling read from Ottawa attack theglobeandmail.com/news/national/…

Oct 23, 2014

RT @baldaufji: Here is @snolen 2005 story on Dr. Denis Mukwege, who won the 2014 Sakharov Prize for treating DRC rape victims msmagazine.com/spring2005/con…

Oct 19, 2014

RT @rcallimachi: Saddest part of this @KatzOnEarth piece on Duncan is that he was unable 2 call family to say goodbye before death mobile.nytimes.com/2014/10/19/us/…

Oct 19, 2014

@LibyaLiberty I have found the snack food Hadith are not studied with the seriousness they merit..

Oct 17, 2014

RT @perreaux: This was the final column of Winnipeg Free Press columnist @lindorreynolds who died of cancer last night. winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/column…

Oct 17, 2014

RT @WSJForero: Economists say Venezuela needs oil at $120 a barrel or so to balance books. Know what it just came in at? $77.65. Lowest in nearly 4 years.

Oct 17, 2014

@albertwisco on Africa, I'm outdated, really. India still useful. Latin America, not yet. But glad I could help

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