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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Peru
Humala loses popularity
Executive branch dismisses prosecutor who was investigating first lady for alleged money laundering.
10/28/2015
Guyana
Gold mining started in zone claimed by Venezuela
Dispute over border territory rich in natural resources intensifies.
10/15/2015
Nicaragua
“If they touch our territory, they are touching our bodies”
Rural and urban women organize to fight against government policies that cede their territories as part of mega-project concessions.
10/15/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
At risk of returning to poverty
Economic slowdown would cause 200 million people in Latin American and the Caribbean to fail to meet their basic needs.
10/15/2015
El Salvador
Towards a more violent scenario
Government decision to reverse benefits to imprisoned gang member ends truce and unleashes an open war against the state.
9/30/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela.
9/30/2015
Colombia
“Peace is possible and is closer than ever”
President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño announced that within six months a peace agreement should be signed.
9/30/2015
Guatemala
Comedian obtained a surprising electoral victory
Jimmy Morales has described himself as a “Christian nationalist” and his discourse veers towards the far-right.
9/23/2015
Mexico
Drug trafficking behind massacre of Ayotzinapa students
The report of IACHR-appointed experts contradicts the official version of the assassination of the students.
9/23/2015
Brazil
Dilma Rousseff in her worst hour
Corruption and economic slowdown catch up to the President.
9/23/2015
Puerto Rico
Debt crisis
Governor declares debt owed to creditors as “unpayable.”
9/11/2015
Ecuador
Indigenous uprising confronts government repression
Hundreds of people have been detained in President Rafael Correa’s offensive against the indigenous demonstrations.
9/11/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
An intense El Niño is predicted
Scientific organizations sound the alarm about the impact of climatic phenomenon.
9/11/2015
Colombia / Venezuela
Political and humanitarian crisis due to border closure
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro declared state of emergency along the border with Colombia to combat smuggling and insecurity.
8/31/2015
Costa Rica
“I have a right to be happy, no matter what I am”
Women sex workers seek to be visible in Costa Rica’s legislation, draw up a bill recognizing their rights as regular workers.
8/21/2015
El Salvador
Sex workers seek to dignify their profession
Bill seeks to recognize and protect sex workers.
8/21/2015
Suriname
Bouterse sworn in for a second term
President promotes economic diversification and development of alternative energy sources.
8/17/2015
Haiti
Elections amidst violence and humanitarian crisis
The legislative elections that seek to bring back institutionalism to Haiti were held after nearly four years of delay.
8/17/2015
Mexico
Journalists in the line of fire
Assassinations for the practice of journalism would have political motivations.
8/17/2015
Brazil
Umbanda, religion and resistance
The Umbanda faith is considered by some scholars to be the quintessential Brazilian religion, which blends all the elements that have enriched the country.
8/6/2015
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