Upside Down World
Saturday, 28 May 2016
News Briefs

1351 The Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement: Forgery, Murder, and Deception Peter Julian
1352 Mexican Police Attack Cananea Mine, Beating and Arresting Striking Miners Dan La Botz
1353 SIPRI: Venezuela Led Latin America in Reducing Military Spending in 2009 Aporrea and
1354 Video From Bolivia - The other debt crisis: Climate debt Avi Lewis, Al Jazeera
1355 Latin America Mostly at Odds With US on Israeli Raid Alexander Main
1356 Tragic BP Gulf Spill Casts Light on Chevron Disaster in Ecuador Amazon Defense Coalition
1357 Human Rights Groups Say Brazil's Policy of Saturation Policing Criminalises Poverty Leonel Plügel
1358 Letter to Obama: Push Peru's President on Trade, Forestry and Indigenous Rights Many
1359 Peru: Native Peoples' Right to Consultation on Land Use Enshrined in Law Milagros Salazar
1360 A State of Emergency in Paraguay: The Risks of Militarization Raúl Zibechi
1361 Peru: Lori Berenson to Be Released on Parole After 15 Years Ángel Páez
1362 Peruvian Congress Calls in Debt from U.S. Oil Executive Ángel Páez
1363 Neoliberalism Alive and Well in Latin America Akito Yoshikane
1364 Bolivia: Morales Caught Between Gas Revenues and Indigenous Demands Franz Chávez
1365 Making Latin America's Cities Women-Friendly Marcela Valente
1366 UNASUR: An Emerging Geopolitical Force Alex Main
1367 Scientists Find Elevated Levels of Potentially Toxic Metals in Some Guatemalans Living Near Goldcorp-owned Mine Physicians for Human Rights
1368 Bolivian Government Negotiates Internal Conflicts Erin Hatheway, The Andean Information Network
1369 Haiti's State Phone Company Finally Privatized Hervé Jean Michel
1370 Amazon Indigenous Communities Plan 1,000-km March in Bolivia Franz Chávez
1371 Indians Warn of War Against Amazon Mega-dam in Brazil Survival
1372 Mexican Authorities Must Help Community Under Siege by Armed Group Amnesty International
1373 Brazil: Eviction from Rio's Slums Echoes Dark Past Fabiana Frayssinet*
1374 Mexicans Protest Toxic Waste Plant Emilio Godoy
1375 Bolivia: Morales Faces First Workers Protests Franz Chávez
1376 Bolivia Nationalizes Energy Firms Al Jazeera
1377 Pressure Mounts on Honduras as Journalist Death Toll Rises Thelma Mejía
1378 Paraguay: Controversy Over Troop Deployment Natalia Ruiz Díaz
1379 Action Alert: Four Educators Assassinated in Cordoba, Colombia Central Workers’ Union of Colombia, Translated by Emily Hansen, Colombia Support Network
1380 UNASUR to Elect Secretary General at Argentina Summit Odeen Ishmael
1381 Paraguay: Controversy Over Troop Deployment Natalia Ruiz Díaz
1382 Merida Initiative Under Scrutiny Following Clinton’s Visit to Mexico Kristin Bricker
1383 Bolivia's Resource Dilemma The Real News
1384 Nicaragua Protests Escalate Al Jazeera
1385 Protests Mark Auction of Brazil's Belo Monte Dam Michael Fox
1386 Climate Change Conference in Bolivia: In Defense of Pachamama Franz Chávez
1387 Bolivia: Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of Cochabamba Water War Democracy Now!
1388 Migrants Risk Everything in Arizona Desert Crossing Jeb Sprague
1389 WOLA Statement on Honduras Washington Office on Latin America
1390 Fighting Corruption or Persecuting Political Opponents in Venezuela? James Suggett
1391 Indians and Activists March Against Amazon Mega-dam Survival
1392 Indigenous Justice Threatened in Colombia Constanza Vieira
1393 WOLA vs. Honduran Democracy Adrienne Pine
1394 New Evidence: Kissinger Rescinded Warning Against Condor Assassinations Jim Lobe
1395 U.S. Ambassador to Blame for Zelaya Deportation Drama Belén Fernández
1396 Coca-Cola Sued for ‘Campaign of Violence’ in Guatemala Lisa Skeen
1397 Venezuelan Yukpa Appeal for Use of Indigenous Legal Customs in Murder Case Tamara Pearson
1398 Peru to Investigate Uncontacted Tribes’ ‘Possible’ Existence Survival
1399 Mexico: Hip Hop in Juarez Responds to Violence Emilio Godoy
1400 A Human Rights Perspective on Clinton's Visit to Central America Amanda Kistler and Joshua Cohen
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