Brazilian public schools continue to teach religion classes; indigenous group is transferred to new locality amidst protest; and legitimacy of ‘traditional’ hazing put to question. The secular State and religious…
Heavy storms batter central Chile from Coquimbo to Biobío, as fourteen Bolivian soldiers are arrested near the northern border and the student movement mobilises in the largest protest march since the end of dictatorship.
Students go into occupation nationwide, as volcano evacuees return home and Santiago’s cyclists bare all.
Drought, earthquakes and forest fires cause concern as the Van Rysselberghe inquiry continues and the courts dismiss the attempted prosecution of Rapa Nui protesters.
Site of natural beauty threatened by tourist economy, occupations of idle land spring up in Maracaibo, and Chávez releases Annual Review.
Another record-breaking year for the Teletón – but discontent remains rife as trade union demands go unanswered and violence breaks out over land rights on Easter Island…