Upside Down World
Saturday, 03 October 2015
News Briefs

1351 Left Forum Event: Lessons from Latin American Social Movements for a US in Crisis Toward Freedom
1352 Canada Moves to Oversee Mining Firms Emilio Godoy
1353 Philip Morris vs. Uruguay Juan Antonio Montecino and Rebecca Dreyfus
1354 Argentina: Food Must be Produced Locally Juan Nicastro
1355 Bolivian Women Rise Up Lisa Macdonald
1356 Bolivia: Cash for Checkups to Slash Maternal Deaths Franz Chávez
1357 Peru: Relocating Entire Villages for Mines, Dams Milagros Salazar
1358 Haiti: Private Contractors 'Like Vultures Coming to Grab the Loot' Anthony Fenton
1359 Venezuela Creates Peasant Militias, Enacts Federal Government Council Kiraz Janicke
1360 Chile: Will Presidential CEO Modify Regional Political Scenario? Daniela Estrada*
1361 Venezuela’s Revolution Faces Crucial Battles Federico Fuentes
1362 Peru: No Justice for Indians in Amazon Massacre Ángel Páez
1363 El Salvador: Killings Bear Hallmarks of Death Squads Edgardo Ayala
1364 Haiti: Under the Pretense of Disaster Relief, U.S. Running a Military Occupation Arun Gupta
1365 Mexican Reporters, Activists Demand State Protection Emilio Godoy
1366 Nicaragua Refuses to Discuss Therapeutic Abortion José Adán Silva
1367 Colombia: Magazine Closure Deals Major Blow to Investigative Reporting Javier Darío Restrepo
1368 Students as Spies: The Deep Politics of U.S.-Colombian Relations Forrest Hylton
1369 El Salvador: Appalling Situation in the Export Processing Zones International Trade Union Confederation
1370 Costa Rica: Chinchilla to Join Club of Women Presidents Daniel Zueras
1371 Colombia: Stop Abuses by Paramilitaries’ Successor Groups Human Rights Watch
1372 US Intelligence Report Classifies Venezuela as “Anti-US Leader” Eva Golinger
1373 Four Injured in Air Force Bombing in Northern Colombia Dawn Paley
1374 Drug Surveillance Drones Frequent Flyers in Latin America Marcelo Ballve
1375 El Salvador: Activists Link Mining Company to Recent Murders Edgardo Ayala
1376 Bolivia: Unprecedented Gender Parity in Cabinet Franz Chávez
1377 Honduras: Lobo Sworn In; Zelaya Heads into Exile Thelma Mejía
1378 New Honduras President Must Order Investigation Into Rights Abuses Amnesty International
1379 Costa-Rica: Last-Ditch Leftwing Alliance to 'Save' the Country Daniel Zueras
1380 Rio de Janeiro: Control of the Poor Seen as Crucial for the Olympics Raúl Zibechi
1381 Haiti's Classquake Jeb Sprague
1382 Assassinations Continue in Guatemala International Trade Union Confederation
1383 Canada, Honduras and the Coup d’Etat Dawn Paley
1384 Guatemala: Naming the "Disappeared" Danilo Valladares
1385 The Multinational State and the People, an Unprecedented Construction in Bolivia Ximena Soruco Sologuren, Translated by: Marcelo Virkel
1386 Bolivian Women’s Right to Land Thwarted by Patriarchal Traditions Franz Chávez interviews land reform consultant GABY GÓMEZ-GARCÍA
1387 Human rights organizations respond to The Wall Street Journal Marcelo Virkel.
1388 Labor Leaders of Venezuela's Heavy Industries Respond to Electricity-Saving Measures James Suggett
1389 The Future of Bolivarism: The Long March in Latin America Vijay Prashad
1390 Bolivia: Evo Morales, the Best Ally of the Middle Class Franz Chávez
1391 Uruguay: Coming Together to Tackle Climate Change Raúl Pierri
1392 Bolivia's Next Steps Benjamin Dangl
1393 Action Alert: Swine flu hits Yanomami in Brazilian Amazon Survival International
1394 US-Latin America: More Continuity Than Change Jim Lobe
1395 Angels in Guatemala: Confronting a Legacy of Official Terror Susan Fitzpatrick-Behrens
1396 Haiti: Flawed Election in the Making Canada Haiti Action Network
1397 Landmark Human Rights Case in Argentina Puts Torture on Trial Marie Trigona
1398 Bolivia Debates Media Law Reform Joel Richards
1399 Argentina: First Same-Sex Marriage in Latin America Marcela Valente
1400 Action Alert-El Salvador: Demand Justice for the Murdered Activists and an End to Impunity! CISPES
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