Upside Down World
Friday, 09 October 2015
News Briefs

1 Pinochet directly ordered killing on US soil of Chilean diplomat, papers reveal Jonathan Franklin
2 Indigenous Communities Seek Autonomous Development Projects in Guatemala Jeff Abbott
3 US University Sues the CIA Over War Crimes in El Salvador TeleSUR English
4 Ayotzinapa: Necropolitics and the Media Become Judge and Jury Andalusia Knoll
5 The Latin America WikiLeaks Files Alexander Main & Dan Beeton
6 Bolivia stands up to US with coca-control policy Ruxandra Guidi
7 Venezuela: The Truth About Chávez Gabriel Hetland
8 Hillary Clinton's Emails and the Honduras Coup Alexander Main
9 Canadian Mining Puts Lives and Democracy at Risk in the Americas – Report MiningWatch Canada
10 Mexican Independence Day No Big Deal for Zapatistas Ramor Ryan
11 Uruguay Shows the Way by Leaving Secret Trade Deal Viviana Barreto, Sam Cossar-Gilbert
12 Peasant agriculture is a true solution to the climate crisis Via Campesina
13 Investigators Dismiss Mexican Government’s Official Story on Missing Students Kanya D'Almeida
14 Latin American nations offer to take in Syria refugees AFP
15 Ecuador Victims Can Seek Compensation from Chevron, Canada Supreme Court Rules TeleSUR English
16 Answers to Today’s Political Labyrinth in South America Lie with the Social Movements Benjamin Dangl
17 Raúl Zibechi: Taking stock of ‘Progresismo’ in Latin America Raúl Zibechi
18 Corporate Developers Seize Indigenous Lands in Brazil and Hire Hit Men to Murder Residents Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F.
19 Latin America: Where We're At Oscar Ugarteche
20 Ecuador’s Impasse Jeffery Webber
21 Rising tensions in Bolivia over oil and gas exploitation on indigenous lands Fionuala Cregan
22 From Chiapas to Rojava: seas divide us, autonomy binds us Petar Stanchev
23 The Consolidation of the Mexican Narco-State John M. Ackerman
24 Oaxaca, Mexico, Faces Police Militarization as Governor Acts to Preempt Education Protests Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F.
25 'Our Central American spring': protesters demand an end to decades of corruption Sibylla Brodzinsky
26 Ecuador: Cracks in Correísmo? Alejandra Santillana Ortíz & Jeffrey R. Webber
27 How El Salvador’s Supreme Court Is Undermining Democracy—With Washington’s Help Hilary Goodfriend
28 No Safety for Journalists in Mexico Ryan Devereaux
29 Beyond the Petrostate: Ecuador’s Left Dilemma Thea Riofrancos
30 Venezuelan Social Movements Rally Against State Coal Mining Decree Lucas Koerner
31 Venezuela: The Making of Leopoldo López Roberto Lovato
32 Chavez is Gone, but Chavismo is Here to Stay Federico Fuentes
33 The Scorching Summer of Honduras’ “Indignant” Opposition Jessica Isla
34 Brazil: Munduruku Indigenous Community Struggle is Stronger than Ever Various Authors
35 Communities struggling against mining win major victory in Guatemala Jeff Abbott
36 Leopoldo López Is Not Venezuela’s Savior Greg Grandin
37 El Salvador's Draconian Abortion Laws: a Miscarriage of Justice Michael Avender and Medea Benjamin
38 Tolupanes Put Their Lives on the Line Defending All Hondurans James Phillips
39 Colombia: Struggle Against Quimbo Dam Reaches Critical Point Polinizaciones
40 Revealed: USAID Funded Group Supporting Haitian President in 2010 Jake Johnston
41 The Origins of Anti-Haitian Sentiment in the Dominican Republic Amelia Hintzen
42 Lula, from Magician to Sharp Shooter Raúl Zibechi
43 Popular Protests Are Spreading Across Central America, and Washington Is Getting Nervous Greg Grandin
44 Indigenous Communities Slam Mining Injustice in Honduras TeleSUR English
45 The Origins of Anti-Haitian Sentiment in the Dominican Republic Amelia Hintzen
46 US-Venezuela détente still going – for now Mark Weisbrot
47 During Honduras Crisis, Clinton Suggested Back Channel With Lobbyist Lanny Davis Lee Fang
48 Argentina indigenous chieftain leads fight to reclaim ancestral land Uki Goñi
49 Cuba Is The First Country To Eliminate Mother-Baby HIV And Syphilis Transmission Reuters
50 Miguel Facussé is dead: What does that mean for the people of Honduras? Sarah Blaskey and Norman Stockwell
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