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Investigation to be launched into police conduct after SP protests; Rousseff under pressure due to rising inflation; Concerns over increasing social unrest and crime ahead of mega events. Military police accused of using excessive force An investigation will be launched after Brazil’s [...]
Bachelet pledges free public higher education within six years if elected; Tensions rise between Chile and Bolivia over Morales’ comments; Smog alert for Metropolitan Region
Escalating land conflicts between farmers and indigenous tribes lead to crises; Women react to controversial statute; Dilma vetoes automatic renewal of concession in ports bill Government struggles to diffuse indigenous conflicts Brazil’s ongoing tensions with indigenous communities reached a peak this week [...]
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.
President Piñera delivers final State of the Union address; General Pinochet’s widow hospitalized; Chileans living abroad demand absentee vote
Rousseff meets with Venezuelan President in Brasilia; Industry lags behind other emerging economies; UNEAFRO hold a march to mark abolition of slavery Dilma pledges support for Maduro If there were any doubts about Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s legitimacy in Brazil, they were [...]
Popular demonstration calls for the resignation of deputy police chief in the interior of São Paulo; New bill calls for stronger anti-corruption legislation Brazil: ‘Esculacho’ organized against former military agent The Frente de Esculacho Popular (FEF) organized a public demonstration on Saturday [...]
Chaos in Michoacán amid protests about security; the cost of basic foods to rise by up to 20%; Mexican killed in fertiliser plant explosion in Texas.
Thousands of Argentinians protest against government; Argentina’s debt offer rejected by remaining creditors; Argentine President visits Chavez’s tomb in Venezuela Thousands of Argentinians rally against government On Thursday 18 April, thousands of peaceful demonstrators took to the streets of Argentina. The [...]
Education Minister suspended pending Senate vote; Exhumation of Pablo Neruda’s body begins; Terror suspect now a fugitive from the law
Millennium Development Goals challenged by Indigenous People; Indigenous squatters in Rio de Janeiro evicted in run up to 2014 World Cup; Indigenous Parliament of America meets in Nicaragua Millennium Development Goals challenged by Indigenous People Colombian indigenous people have created [...]
UNICEF and Coneval study finds that 56.4% of Mexican children are living in poverty; protests against educational reform continue; Brooklyn gallery celebrates the mariachis of New York