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Guatemala
Mayan women fight for justice in historic trial
For first time ever, a court admitted charges of sexual slavery committed during the armed conflict.
2/5/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
Zika virus stimulated by climate change
Global warming and the phenomenon of El Niño are the breeding ground for the propagation of the mosquito that transmits the illness.
2/5/2016
Colombia
Plan Colombia turns 15 years
President Juan Manuel Santos asks the United States to be a partner in peace building.
2/5/2016
Central America / Latin America
In brief
Latin America, Colombia, Haiti, Paraguay
1/28/2016
Cuba
Adjustment Act still disputed with the United States
With the intent to reach the United States as refugees, thousands of Cubans have created a migration crisis in Central America
1/28/2016
Colombia
Peace process: In the final stretch?
Mar. 23 is the deadline to sign the peace agreement between the government and the FARC.
1/22/2016
Guatemala
New president takes office
Jimmy Morales took the presidential oath of office, pledging zero tolerance for corruption.
1/22/2016
Latin America
Private sector external debt triples
Brazil, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Peru are the countries of the region with the highest private sector debt.
1/22/2016
Latin America
Neogolpismo decided to impose conservative order
Attacks on progressive governments, particularly those run by women, have a precise goal.
1/14/2016
Latin America
The most dangerous region for human rights defenders
More than half of the activist deaths in the world have occurred in Latin America.
1/14/2016
Peru
“We need an agreement to ensure an alive and healthy planet”
Amazonian indigenous peoples present proposals to the COP21 agreement, which will be signed on Apr. 22, 2016 in New York.
1/14/2016
Peru
Trans-Pacific Agreement would impact the price of medicines
Health unions warn that the agreement could generate a trade monopoly that would eventually lead to an increase in the cost of medicines.
12/21/2015
Venezuela
“The opposition did not win, the discontented did”
12/21/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America and the Caribbean, Argentina, Bolivia, Panama, Peru.
12/21/2015
Paraguay
“Poverty, inequality and inequity are pampered daughters of corruption”
Public funding for health, education and social development are diverted into private accounts.
12/11/2015
Costa Rica
Education and absence of military explain low levels of corruption
Legislation and bodies as the Comptroller General, the Public Prosecutor and the Attorney General’s Office make difficult cover up crime.
12/11/2015
Mexico
Corruption and impunity prevalent at all levels of government
Civil society presented a proposal to form an UN-backed commission against impunity.
12/11/2015
Argentina
Macri seeks leadership in continent
President-elect selects cabinet ministers from the business sector and demands Venezuela’s withdrawal from MERCOSUR.
12/3/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia
12/3/2015
Chile
Widespread corruption in the political sphere
Large economic groups “invest” in political campaigns to obtain privileges and prevent necessary economic and social changes.
11/26/2015
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