Latin America

South American Leaders Upset over Bolivian Plane Incident

Demand apologies over Snowden-related plane rerouting


President Obama's counterparts in South American are demanding apologies over this week's Bolivian plane incident.

South America's leftist leaders are rallying behind Bolivian President Evo Morales after his plane was re-routed because of suspicions that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden was aboard.

The presidents demanded apologies from France, Italy, Portugal and Spain over the blocking of air space for Morales' plane, and many said the United State was behind the whole incident.