Articles by Bill Cormier

Bolivian President Offers Resignation

  • 08 June 05
  • The Associated Press
President Carlos Mesa's announcement on live television comes after street protests and a blockade paralyzed the capital.

Argentine Election Will Go to Runoff

  • 29 April 03
  • The Associated Press
Former Argentine President Carlos Menem finished first in presidential elections but failed to win an outright victory in his comeback bid, setting up a runoff vote to decide who will lead this recession-battered nation.

Argentina's Menem Bids for Comeback

  • 22 April 03
  • The Associated Press
The Peronist candidate appeals to poor people despite blame for Argentina's crisis.

Argentina Gets New Economy Chief

  • 29 April 02
  • The Associated Press
Argentina's president swore in the nation's sixth economy minister in a year Saturday, turning to former diplomat and trade expert Roberto Lavagna in a bid to turn around the crumbling economy.

Debt-Ridden Argentina Gets New President

  • 24 December 01
  • The Associated Press
Adolfo Rodriguez Saa, a 54-year-old provincial governor, was sworn in as Argentina's interim president Sunday, saying he will suspend foreign debt payments as he takes over from the fallen government of Fernando de la Rua until a March election.

Volcano Spews Ash On Mexican Capital

Mexico Drug Arrest Raises Questions

Mexico's Zedillo to Reform Judicial System

'Colossal Fraud' Charged in Mexican Elections

Mexico Braces for Election, Hopes to Avoid Mass Fraud