Teresa Bo

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.

Latin America

Haiti hunger: 1 in 3 people need urgent food aid

Already lacking water and basic services, residents of Canaan, Haiti, are now finding that food is becoming a luxury.

Haiti hunger: 1 in 3 people need urgent food aid

Latin America

Haiti earthquake: Sadness and anger on 10th anniversary

Haitians pay tribute to nearly 300,000 people killed in the devastating earthquake 10 years ago.

Haiti earthquake: Sadness and anger on 10th anniversary

Latin America

Haiti quake: 'We are paying for 10 years later'

Ten years after Haiti quake, President Jovenel Moise says aid system needs overhaul.

Haiti quake: 'We are paying for 10 years later'

Latin America

Victims still struggle 10 years after Haiti earthquake

Many never saw benefits of humanitarian aid that flowed in and see little chance of that changing.

Victims still struggle 10 years after Haiti earthquake

Environment

Argentina risks becoming next foreign waste dumping ground

Argentina's constitution prohibits the import of foreign waste but the former administration of Mauricio Macri allowed the import of specific items.

Argentina risks becoming next foreign waste dumping ground

US & Canada

US to reimpose steel, aluminium tariffs on Brazil, Argentina

Brazilian and Argentine steel and aluminium industries were latest targets of United States tariffs.

US to reimpose steel, aluminium tariffs on Brazil, Argentina

Latin America

Bolivia unrest: Funerals for protest victims in Morales bastion

One of Morales' strongholds is the city of Sacaba, where nine people died on Friday after security forces fired on protesters.

Bolivia unrest: Funerals for protest victims in Morales bastion

Latin America

Bolivia expels Venezuelan diplomats amid political crisis

Bolivia’s interim administration has made a foreign policy shift and asked Venezuelan and Cuban officials to leave the country.

Bolivia expels Venezuelan diplomats amid political crisis

Latin America

Bitter divides in Bolivia over president's re-election

Protesters alleging electoral fraud call on President Evo Morales to resign amid violent clashes between the two camps.

Bitter divides in Bolivia over president's re-election

Latin America

Argentine voters to head to polls amid debt crisis fears

Argentina's recurring economic crises have long affected businesses - now they could impact the country's election.

Argentine voters to head to polls amid debt crisis fears

Latin America

Alberto Fernandez expected to dethrone Argentina President Macri

Argentina's presidential election on Sunday is expected to swing power back to the Peronist opposition following four years of business-friendly reformer Mauricio Macri.

Alberto Fernandez expected to dethrone Argentina President Macri

Latin America

Argentina elections: Farmers anxious about economy

With presidential elections just days away farmers are worried about changes a potential new government could bring.

Argentina elections: Farmers anxious about economy