Thursday, June 30, 2016
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Flow of migrants on their way to the United States
George Rodríguez

Authorities address problem of unwelcomed migration from humanitarian and legal perspective.

Costa Rica is facing a major-scale test to its well-earned reputation in the defense of human rights: how to keep a massive influx of undocumented migrants from see more
PARAGUAY“Criadazgo” is a form of modern slavery
Latinamerica Press
Boys and girls are given by their families for domestic work in exchange for room and board. . see more
SURINAMEPeople take to the streets to confront the government
Latinamerica Press
Thousands of people turned out in Paramaribo to protest against the rising cost of living.. see more
VENEZUELAPoor sectors are the most affected by medicines shortage
Valentina Oropeza
The government attributes the shortage to an economic war which, it points out, affects the import and distribution of medicines and hospital supplies.. see more
PUERTO RICOIn the Republican electoral crossroads
Javier Llopis Puente*
The refusal of Puerto Rican Republican leaders to support Donald Trump in the presidential race of 2016 is another chapter in the complicated history between the Island and the United States.. see more
MEXICO“There is no real solidarity shown towards the families of the disappeared”
Fabrizio Lorusso
Interview with Xitlali Miranda Mayo, coordinator of the The Other Disappeared of Iguala Search Committee. see more
ECUADOR“The Correa model is for certain a post neoliberal model, but not post capitalist yet”
Paolo Moiola
Interview with priest and Marxist sociologist François Houtart. see more
CHILEIndigenous by grace
Latinamerica Press
Legislation allows non indigenous persons to be able to self-identify as such.. see more
ARGENTINAFormer dictator convicted for the Operation Condor
Latinamerica Press
Court sentences those responsible for crimes committed by the apparatus of South American dictatorships.. see more
BOLIVIAGender Identity Law is now a reality
Latinamerica Press
Bolivia now has a law that allows people to change name and sexual identity.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
Latinamerica Press
Latin America and the Caribbean, Bolivia, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico. see more
BRAZILPopular resistance in response to the coup
Ana María Guerrero
The temporary suspension from office of President Dilma Rousseff has been answered with protest marches by social and popular sectors opposing the impeachment.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANParis Agreement on climate change: and now what?
Latinamerica Press
This past Apr. 22, 177 countries signed the agreement that will replace the Kyoto Protocol, which will only come into effect if is ratified by 55 countries.. see more
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