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Rural women working toward empowerment
Carmen Herrera

Campesino women’s organizations demand economic autonomy in public and productive sectors.

Of the 1.1 million women who live in rural Nicaragua, only 23.2 percent own their land, in parcels ranging from (0.9 to 8.7 acres), according to the 4th National Agricultural Census (2011).see more
URUGUAYPresidency to be decided in run-off
Latinamerica Press
Leftist Broad Front will have a parliamentary majority.. see more
BRAZILRousseff faces obstacles in new term
Jos Pedro Martins
President proposes political reform to broaden citizen representation, which would affect rural and business interests in the legislature.. see more
MEXICO“They took them alive, we want them back alive”
Orsetta Bellani
Government reveals no clues on whereabouts of 43 student teachers missing after clashes with municipal police.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANCapital flight
Latinamerica Press
Countries in the region lose billions of dollars to illicit financial flows.. see more
PERUCorruption as political ideology
Latinamerica Press
Public shows increased lack of confidence in politics after regional and local elections.. see more
BOLIVIAElections confirm that process of change continues
Fernando Valdivia Antisolis
President Evo Morales secures a new term thanks to policies that have improved the standard of living for Bolivians.. see more
COLOMBIAIndigenous group recovers territory
Latinamerica Press
Court orders restitution of 50,0000 hectares to indigenous community from mining concessions.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn Brief
Latinamerica Press
Latin America and the Caribbean, Haiti, Mexico, Dominican Republic. see more
PERUWhen oil is more important than life
Paolo Moiola
Oil exploitation leaves trail of pollution and death in the Peruvian Amazon.. see more
COLOMBIA“Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”
Susan Abad
Three of the five points on the agenda for peace negotiations between the government and the FARC have already been approved.. see more
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