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Eran las dos de la mañana cuando mi teléfono sonó, escribe Guillermo Galdos.
Ví que era una llamada de México. Cuando contesté mi amigo respondió que el Chapo se escapó.
No lo podía creer, lo hizo otra vez.
Inmediatamente llamé a mis contactos en Sinaloa pero nadie se atrevió a contestar el teléfono hasta la mañana siguiente. (more…)
It was two in the morning and my phone rang, writes Guillermo Galdos. I saw it was a call from Mexico. When I answer a friend shouted “El Chapo is gone”.
For so long Burma’s chief dissident, now the leader of a political party, Aung San Suu Kyi strongly denies any complacency against persecution.
When travelling abroad it is a good idea not to make the locals mad. A lesson learned, perhaps, by four backpackers who pleaded guilty to committing an “obscene act in a public place”
The ship sank within two minutes and no distress call was issued, although the captain and chief engineer are reported to have survived the incident. They are currently being questioned by police.
Speed boats ferry people to shore from a giant ship hovering off the coast after the ransom is paid – and those who die onboard are simply tipped over the side.
As odious as the business of smuggling people across the Andaman Sea is, the traffickers and the “boat people” fleeing Burma and Bangladesh share a common cause.
The mystery of the ‘green boat’ was solved this morning when 400-odd occupants of a rickety fishing trawler turned up on the Indonesian coast in the early hours of this morning.
Thousands run out on to the streets of Kathmandu as another deadly earthquake rocks Nepal.
Four days ago a camp was found on the Thai-Malaysia border containing the graves of dozens of would-be migrants – and some believe there may be at least 60 more such camps.