Inaugurated in 1997 by The Miami Herald, the Americas Conference® is the region's premier business and political forum on Latin America and the Caribbean. Last year, over 550 international executives and government leaders attended. The Miami Herald's credibility and extensive contacts have been critical factors in the conference's success.

The Americas Conference® welcomed The World Bank as a programming partner in 2008. The two organizations combine their efforts to plan the Americas Conference® leveraging their extensive contacts in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The next Americas Conference® is currently being planned. The dates will be announced soon. If you are interested in learning more about the conference, please contact us.

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Guantánamo judge orders inquiry into FBI’s involvement

 
Alleged al Qaida kingpin Khalid Sheik Mohammed in detention at Guantanamo in the first week of July 2009. The International Committee of the Red Cross said it took the picture with Mohammed's permission.

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