Articles by Jason Webb



Hurricane Deaths May Be Fewer Than Expected

  • 12 September 05
  • Reuters
U.S. President George W. Bush was to make his third trip to the region emerging slowly but surely from the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina on Sunday, the fourth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Uribe Talks Tough on the FARC

  • 28 May 02
  • Reuters
Alvaro Uribe, Colombia's hard-line president-elect who stormed to a landslide victory in Sunday's election, was the new power in Colombia on Monday, and the outgoing government's strategy of talking peace with leftist rebels was a fast-fading memory.

Gunmen Kill Colombian Archbishop

  • 18 March 02
  • Reuters
Unidentified gunmen on Saturday killed a Colombian Roman Catholic archbishop who had denounced drug-money corruption, shooting him in the head and chest as he left a church after presiding over a wedding, police said, blaming leftist rebels.

Argentine Hooligans Rule Fans And Clubs