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Teresa Bo


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.

Latest posts

<p>President Fernando Lugo has changed the chiefs of the Paraguayan armed&nbsp; forces for the third time.&nbsp;Why he did it is still unclear, but the move the came amidst a whirlwind of rumors of a possible military coup.</p>

Last Modified: 8 Nov 2009 01:42

<p>Human Rights organisations and the Argentine government are pushing for a new law that would help in finding the whereabouts of hundreds of babies born to&nbsp;&quot;disappeared&quot; parents 30 years ago.</p>

Last Modified: 1 Nov 2009 00:06

<p>The fact that Argentina almost didn't make it to the World Cup is a matter of national shame and even though Maradona is loved as a player, many are now saying that the team would be better off without him.</p>

Last Modified: 20 Oct 2009 22:04

<p>The Andean tropical glaciers will be gone by 2050, experts say, but already people here are suffering the consequences. But one paleoecologist says that the history of the Incas could provide a partial solution for these people.</p>

Last Modified: 10 Oct 2009 03:53

<p>When 500,000 slaves revolted against their white colonisers, Haiti become one of the first black republics to gain independence from Europe. Some say it was never forgiven for that historical act. Today it is one of the poorest countries in the Western hemisphere.</p>

Last Modified: 5 Oct 2009 17:52