Former Peruvian President Humala investigated for money laundering

The Peruvian attorney general’s office said on Tuesday it was investigating former president Ollanta Humala and his wife for possible money laundering linked to past campaign contributions. A Peruvian prosecutor said earlier this year that the late Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, and two Brazilian construction companies may have bankrolled Humala’s presidential campaigns before he took office in 2011, Reuters reports. Legal threats, not wars, main concerns for commodity producers in Colombia Gold mining companies have invested hundreds of millions of dollars but not extracted a gram. Palm farmers are told their land belongs to someone else. Some communities are voting to ban mining in areas already awarded for exploration. Whether or not President Juan Manuel Santos can salvage a peace […]

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