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Argentina
The Mapuche vs. Benetton, the conflict lingers on
The recovery of their ancestral land means a “return home” for the Mapuche community.
4/10/2017
Ecuador
Lenín Moreno elected president by a slim margin
Opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso challenges election results that give the victory to the ruling party candidate.
4/10/2017
Colombia
The “baby boom” of the FARC
Once strictly prohibited, pregnancies among female guerillas shot up as the peace process took shape.
4/3/2017
Nicaragua
Housewives at risk of contracting HIV
International agencies recognize policies for prevention and care of people infected with HIV, but late diagnosis could elevate the mortality rate.
3/24/2017
El Salvador
Creativity and advocacy to prevent the spread of HIV
Information regarding the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases is disseminated through theatre plays and school campaigns.
3/24/2017
Dominican Republic
Plan to combat HIV/AIDS puts aside the focus on prevention
New strategy concentrates on the diagnosis to at-risk groups and the handout of antiretroviral medications.
3/24/2017
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America/The Caribbean, Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala
3/19/2017
Nicaragua
Religious fanaticism claims a victim
Woman burned in a bonfire by Evangelicals in a “purification rite.”
3/19/2017
Latin America / The Caribbean
Violence and inequality persist
Rhetoric that goes against human rights, racist and discriminatory abounds in political campaigns and the media.
3/19/2017
Ecuador
Ruling party won the first round of the election
Votes casted for Lenín Moreno of the ruling party were not enough to avoid a runoff and will face right wing opposition leader Guillermo Lasso for the presidency.
3/5/2017
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua
2/27/2017
Colombia
FARC demobilization process begins
Some 7,000 combatants are concentrated in 26 areas where they will lay aside their weapons and re-enter civilian life.
2/27/2017
Honduras
President seeks new term
The Supreme Court paved the way for the reelection of President Juan Orlando Hernández despite Constitutional ban.
2/27/2017
Ecuador
“A communication media cannot always be neutral or impartial”
Radio Sucumbíos, a popular and educational community radio station, has reached 25 years addressing different social problems in their transmissions.
2/19/2017
Peru
Biogas, clean energy transforming guinea pig manure
Project has been transforming guinea pig manure into biogas and organic fertilizer with improved properties for 23 years now.
2/12/2017
Peru
“Oil is not synonymous of development”
Amazonian indigenous communities affected by oil spills reached agreements with the government.
2/12/2017
South America
Italy sentences Operation Condor participants
Former leaders of military dictatorships received life sentences for the disappearance and death of Italian citizens.
2/6/2017
Cuba
The United States put an end to migratory benefits to Cubans
Former US President Barack Obama repealed the “wet foot/dry foot” policy that protected Cuban migrants.
2/6/2017
Latin America
In brief
Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama
2/6/2017
Ecuador
Shuar indigenous peoples in the eye of the storm
1/23/2017
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