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Cuba
The long road to normalizing relations with the United States
Cuban government demands to the United States the lift of the economic blockade and close the military base in Guantanamo Bay.
7/23/2015
Central America / Latin America
In brief
Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Haití, Mexico.
7/20/2015
South America
The good news of Pope Francis
The Pope gave a hopeful and compromised message in front of millions of people in Bolivia, Ecuador and Paraguay.
7/20/2015
Peru
The struggle for women’s reproductive rights
Emergency contraceptives and forced sterilizations continue to be under investigation.
7/20/2015
Colombia
Senior officers involved in false positive cases
More than 3,700 civilians were executed and presented as guerrilla members killed in combat by military members.
7/3/2015
Peru
Inter-American Court of Human Rights rules on hostage rescue operation
The court decided that the state was responsible for the extrajudicial execution of a MRTA member in the Chavín de Huántar operation in 1997.
7/3/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago.
6/24/2015
Honduras
Ruling party involved in million dollar corruption network
Ghost corporations embezzled the Honduran Institute of Social Security since 2010.
6/17/2015
Uruguay
Renewable energy is expanding
In 2014 a significant growth of hydraulic electricity, thermal and wind power occurred, replacing fossil fuels.
6/17/2015
Suriname
Bouterse in path to be reelected
Partial results give victory to the governing National Democratic Party but it will have to negotiate with the parliamentary opposition for ratification of the President.
6/10/2015
Costa Rica
Debate on transgenics heats up
Risks of genetically modified organisms divide governmental and legislative authorities.
6/9/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana y Venezuela.
6/3/2015
Brazil
Between violence and corruption
Murdered reporter brought to light the corruption scheme between businesses and politicians.
6/3/2015
Colombia
Suspended fumigation of coca crops
It took 15 years to show that spraying glyphosate is harmful to human health.
5/25/2015
Chile
Bachelet faces crisis of confidence
Student protests and political corruption causes fall of president’s approval.
5/25/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
Displaced by climate change
Millions of people will be forced to migrate due to climate change and natural disasters.
5/25/2015
Peru
Demonization and criminalization
Peasants and defenders of the land suffer harassment by judicial authorities thanks to legal tools developed to favor economic power.
5/22/2015
Brazil
Harsh police repression against social movements
Citizen initiatives seek to prevent the criminalization of protests.
5/22/2015
Honduras
Peasants victims of criminalization
Thousands of peasant women and men have been imprisoned for demanding land reform.
5/22/2015
Venezuela
Scarcity and violence limit exercise of rights
Falling oil prices and political polarization deepen economic and political crisis.
5/14/2015
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