Thursday, June 22, 2017
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“Why do we have to die for a territory that is ours?”
Paolo Moiola

The Guarani-Kaiowa indigenous peoples in Mato Grosso do Sul do not let their guard down in their struggle to obtain recognition and territorial demarcation of their ancestral lands.

In the Brazil of scandals and corrupt politicians, the landed oligarchy has taken over and is dismantling the judicial apparatus that had given recognition to the rights of the indigenous populations, beginning with land rights. The incidents involving the Guarani-Kaiowa peoples from the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, in the southwestern area of the country, are only a few of the many possible examples.see more
CHILEThe ordeal of migrants
Arnaldo Pérez Guerra
Migrants face prejudices, xenophobia and racism, besides bureaucratic obstacles that do not recognize their qualifications.. see more
PUERTO RICOLow turnout in non-binding referendum
Latinamerica Press
Barely 23 percent of the electorate turned out to vote to decide on independence, statehood, or to remain a US commonwealth.. see more
ECUADOR“The future is now”
Latinamerica Press
Lenín Moreno sworn in the presidency with a conciliatory speech.. see more
SOUTHERN CONETeen pregnancy prevention is imperative
Latinamerica Press
Teen pregnancy puts in evidence an economic, territorial and gender inequality.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANLabor conditions continue to weaken
Latinamerica Press
Unemployment increase in 2016 was the highest in two decades.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Panamá, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela. see more
HAITILe Chili attire les migrants haïtiens
Milo Milfort
Beaucoup plus de jeunes veulent laisser le pays en raison de la crise socio-économique qui persiste.. see more
HAITIChile attracts Haitian migrants
Milo Milfort
More and more young people want to leave the country as a result of the persistent socioeconomic crisis.. see more
PERUVenezuelan migrants in pursuit of better opportunities
Graciela Ramirez Ramirez
Political and social crisis in their native land force thousands of Venezuelan citizens to abandon their country.. see more
ARGENTINAHuman rights at the crossroads
Latinamerica Press
Government enacted a law against the Supreme Court ruling that would reduce prison terms to those sentenced for crimes against humanity.. see more
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