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Teresa Bo

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Teresa Bo, based in Buenos Aires, covers Latin America, where she has investigated the darker side of Argentinian politics and reported in-depth on the "war on drugs", travelling deep into the jungles of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru.

She won two major awards in Spain for her coverage of the war in Iraq, including the prestigious Lara Prize for Best Journalist Under 30 years old. A native Argentinean, Teresa holds a bachelor's degree in international politics and a master's degree in international peace and conflict resolution.


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The president's popularity has soared since her husband's death last year and in Sunday's election, she looks set to receive the largest amount of votes by any Argentine president since its return to democracy in 1983.

Last Modified: 21 Oct 2011 00:34

<P><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: medium; FONT-FAMILY: Calibri, Verdana, Helvetica, Arial"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 15px"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: small; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12px">A recent study shows that glaciers in southern Chile and Argentina, followed by ones in Alaska, have been losing mass "faster and for longer than glaciers in other parts of the world".</SPAN></SPAN></SPAN></SPAN></P>

Last Modified: 9 Dec 2010 22:49

<P><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 11pt; FONT-FAMILY: Calibri"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial">Both candidates for the presidency say that they will continue with the economic policies that have positioned Brazil as the 8th economy in the world.</SPAN></SPAN></P>

Last Modified: 31 Oct 2010 01:36

<P>The death of the former president is a potential game-changer in Argentina's political landscape: the power structure may shift after the country's 2011 presidential elections.</P>

Last Modified: 29 Oct 2010 15:21

<P>We landed at the small airport where there were two planes from the United States. From that area operates the Omega Force that is going after Farc leaders such as the "Mono Jojoy" and others.</P>
<P>The United States aids the Colombian military in its fight against the Farc ... and drug trafficking. Our equipment was carried from the airport to the city with a horse - just so you get an idea of the remoteness of this area.</P>

Last Modified: 7 Aug 2010 19:32

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