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Increased security after two assaults on presidential candidates; Evacuations begin near Copahue volcano; Piñera sends ‘Carabinero Law’ to Congress
A new Amnesty International report details abuses by officials in Mexico; evidence mounts against former governor of Tabasco; the student movement Yo Soy 132 celebrates first anniversary.
Laurence Golborne drops out of presidential race; Mixed Commission rejects government’s minimum wage proposal; Peruvian police find body of fugitive Chilean cult leader
Public hearing accuses government of not doing enough to advance ethno-racial education law; São Paulo to change streets named after military leaders; Lula to serve as a columnist for the New York Times Afro-Brazilian history & culture still ignored in schools In 2003, a law was approved by [...]
23 policemen sentenced to 156 years in prison; project accepted for new base in Antarctica; 10-year-old shows book at The London Book Fair Policemen are sentenced for Carandiru massacre, 20 years later 23 policemen involved in the Carandiru massacre were found [...]
The government enlists the help of transnational corporations to combat hunger in Mexico; man accused of killing police awaits latest judgement; release of men accused of indigenous massacre.
President Rousseff attends summit in South Africa hosted by President Jacob Zuma; Rousseff rejects inflation policies that reduce growth; UN report criticises Brazil’s legal system. Brazil: BRICS summit held in Durban Leaders of five largest emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, [...]
President inaugurates new ministers of agriculture, aviation, and labour; the battle over oil royalties continues; government prepares security forces for upcoming mega- events Brazil: Rousseff appoints new ministers to strengthen coalition President Dilma Rousseff appointed three new ministers in a [...]
Demonstrations held in protest of re-election of former President of the Senate; President Rousseff increases government spending to boost housing; Carnival begins with an increase in police presence. Brazil: Over 1 million sign petition to impeach President of the Senate [...]
Peasant’s protesting against hydroelectric project suffer repression; Economic freedom index worsened; Murder rates decrease, but robberies increase. Peasant protests against hydroelectric project suffer repression Indigenous populations and peasants suffered repression on January 9 and 10 in the first violent protests [...]