Politics Breaking News: South American Leaders Demand Apology in Plane Row

Now watching

Next video starts in : 7 Play

Politics Breaking News: South American Leaders Demand Apology in Plane Row

Politics Breaking News: South American Leaders Demand Apology in Plane Row
Replay video
Up next

June jobs report: There's good news in there

Unlock your personal NFL Now stream by signing in to NFL.com

Politics Breaking News: South American Leaders Demand Apology in Plane Row

by Wochit 0:57 mins

South America's leftist leaders rallied to support Bolivian President Evo Morales after his plane was rerouted amid suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was on board and demanded an apology from France, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Joining in on a nation-wide protest, hundreds of demonstrators march through San Francisco city streets chanting "NSA go away" and "Restore the fourth today." The International Monetary Fund pressed Italy to do more about "unacceptably high" unemployment, especially among young people and women, and urged it to bring back an unpopular property tax whose return could threaten the survival of Premier Enrico Letta's coalition government.

View Comments (0)