Tuesday, October 6, 2015


Towards a more violent scenario
Tomás Andréu

Government decision to reverse benefits to imprisoned gang member ends truce and unleashes an open war against the state.

In August alone, 911 homicides were committed in El Salvador. On Aug. 27, the murder of 52 people in 24 hours was recorded, according to the Institute of Legal Medicine (IML).see more
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Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela.. see more
COLOMBIA“Peace is possible and is closer than ever”
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President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño announced that within six months a peace agreement should be signed.. see more
ECUADORIndigenous uprising confronts government repression
Luis Ángel Saavedra
Hundreds of people have been detained in President Rafael Correa’s offensive against the indigenous demonstrations.. see more
GUATEMALAComedian obtained a surprising electoral victory
Louisa Reynolds
Jimmy Morales has described himself as a “Christian nationalist” and his discourse veers towards the far-right.. see more
BRAZILDilma Rousseff in her worst hour
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Corruption and economic slowdown catch up to the President.. see more
MEXICODrug trafficking behind massacre of Ayotzinapa students
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The report of IACHR-appointed experts contradicts the official version of the assassination of the students.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANAn intense El Niño is predicted
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Scientific organizations sound the alarm about the impact of climatic phenomenon.. see more
PUERTO RICODebt crisis
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Governor declares debt owed to creditors as “unpayable.”. see more
COLOMBIA“A peace agreement will not convert all those demobilized into angels overnight”
Orsetta Bellani
Interview with anthropologist Efraín Jaramillo Jaramillo. see more
ANDEAN COUNTRIESFigures on coca crops are not convincing
Cecilia Remn
Governments of Bolivia, Colombia and Peru released their reports on coca cultivation and production.. see more

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