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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Peru
When oil is more important than life
Oil exploitation leaves trail of pollution and death in the Peruvian Amazon.
10/9/2014
Colombia
“Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”
Three of the five points on the agenda for peace negotiations between the government and the FARC have already been approved.
10/9/2014
Brazil
Surprising first-round results
Road to reelection turns complicated for President Dilma Rousseff.
10/9/2014
Ecuador
Rebuilding communities: a type of resistance
Communities in the Amazon resort to constitutional rights to recover territories granted to mining companies.
10/2/2014
El Salvador
The “Yellow Book” of the Armed Forces
Confidential document of military top officials reveals persecution of government opponents during armed conflict.
10/2/2014
Chile
Who was behind the bombings?
Authorities seek harder stance with controversial Anti-terrorist Law after attacks.
9/29/2014
Brazil
Two women with leftist origins vie for the presidency
Dilma Rousseff and Marina Silva are tied in voter support for the second electoral round.
9/29/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
In Brief
Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay.
9/29/2014
Peru
Illegal logging behind deaths of indigenous leaders
Assassination of forest defenders highlights extensive network of logging and the illegal timber trade.
9/29/2014
Mexico
Government refloats airport project
Campesinos deny handing over communal lands for new airport terminal.
9/19/2014
Bolivia
Electoral results predicted
Everything indicates that Evo Morales will be reelected for a third mandate during the first electoral round.
9/19/2014
The Caribbean
Islands nations vulnerable to climate change
Natural disasters negatively impact Caribbean economies.
9/15/2014
El Salvador
ICSID ruling draws to a close
Despite incompliance with environmental regulations, multinational mining firm has demanded the Salvadoran government to pay more than US$300 million for halting project.
9/15/2014
Uruguay
Deepening of progressivism or conservative break?
Surveys indicate that the governing Frente Amplio and right-wing National Party would vie for the presidency in a second round.
9/15/2014
Colombia
Protected indigenous reserves
Constitutional Court faults government officials for ignoring years of pleas from the indigenous community to define its borders
9/8/2014
Peru
Monoculture sweeps Amazon forests
Thousands of hectares of virgin forest land are cut down to cultivate oil palm.
9/8/2014
Central America
Drought threatens food security
Up to 2.8 million people in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are in risk of famine.
9/8/2014
Chile
HidroAysén challenged revocation of environmental permit
Consortium insists on developing hydroelectric project that would have high environmental impact in the Chilean Patagonia
8/28/2014
Ecuador
LGBTI couples will be able to register their common-law marriage
Members of the same sex who live together will have the same civil rights as heterosexual couples.
8/28/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America and the Caribbean, Argentina, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru.
8/28/2014
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