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Ecuador
Shuar indigenous peoples in the eye of the storm
1/23/2017
Brazil
Prisons massacre was an announced tragedy
At least 89 deaths was the toll of the mutinies in prisons in the Brazilian Amazonia.
1/15/2017
Mexico
Violent protests erupt after gasoline price hike
Fuel prices will be adjusted to international prices and will be guided by the offer and demand.
1/15/2017
Guatemala
Foreign companies plagiarize Maya ancestral designs
Indigenous women fight for collective intellectual property rights over traditional Mayan textiles.
12/15/2016
Latin America
In brief
Bolivia, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay
12/1/2016
Cuba
Fidel, let History judge him
Different circumstances make it difficult to fulfill the legacy of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, who died on Nov. 25, at the age of 90.
12/1/2016
Brazil
Constitutional reform will affect the right to education
Massive occupation of public schools and universities to protest the package of measures presented to Congress by Michel Temer’s government.
12/1/2016
Ecuador
Corruption scandals shake up election campaign
Governing party seeks to ensure impunity in case the results in the presidential elections in February do not go their way.
11/28/2016
Argentina
The economic illusion of Macri
Almost one year from having taken office, various measurements agree that poverty has risen while industrial production has decreased leaving thousands unemployed.
11/16/2016
Puerto Rico
New pro-statehood governor
Ricardo Rosselló, of the New Progressive Party, is in favor of the island becoming a US state.
11/16/2016
Brazil
Criminalization of the struggle for land
Landless Rural Workers’ Movement denounces violent police operation to detain their leaders and accuse them of miscellaneous crimes.
11/10/2016
Nicaragua
Predicted victory of Daniel Ortega
President is reelected to a third consecutive term carrying his wife as vice-president.
11/10/2016
Latin America
In brief
Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico
11/3/2016
Cuba
United States abstains in vote against embargo
Fort the first time, the United States did not vote against resolution condemning the commercial blockade against the island nation.
11/3/2016
Panama
Indigenous community divided on hydroelectric plant
Ngäbe Bugle Congress rejects agreement on the future of controversial Barro Blanco project.
11/3/2016
El Salvador
ICSID rules against Australian mining company
After seven years, arbitration process initiated by Oceana Gold sided with the El Salvador state.
10/24/2016
Chile
More setbacks than progress in human rights
Relatives of the victims of the dictatorship denounce a lack of political will to punish those responsible for crimes against humanity.
10/24/2016
Brazil
Elections bolster new political scenario
The high absenteeism rate and null and blank votes were a demonstration of rejection of the electorate towards the current political party system.
10/18/2016
Latin America
TPP must be publicly debated
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) puts in jeopardy territorial rights and prior consultation of indigenous populations.
10/18/2016
Haiti
Catastrophe worsens humanitarian crisis
Aftermath of hurricane Matthew worsens the situation of the poorest country in the continent and puts it on the edge of a new collapse.
10/18/2016
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