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Thursday, 28 May 2015
News Briefs

201 Biío Hioxo Wind Energy Project Hurting Indigenous Peoples and their Territories Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F.
202 Bolivia’s Mother Earth Law Hard to Implement Franz Chávez
203 Canadian Mining in Latin America Doing Serious Environmental Harm David Hill
204 Chevron in Ecuador Representative of Multinationals' Continuing Abuse of Indigenous Peoples Erica Glaser
205 Terrorism in Venezuela and Its Accomplices Steve Ellner
206 Bagua Massacre – A Test for Justice in Peru Milagros Salazar
207 Perpetuating Impunity: Guatemala's Congress Votes to Deny Genocide Upside Down World
208 ARENA Strategist Takes Fall in Colombian Drug Scandal CISPES
209 Peru: Indigenous Organizations to Present Joint Climate Change Agenda The Unity Pact
210 A Call to Action: Stop the War against the Zapatista Communities Many
211 Conflict Over New Bolivian Law Highlights Mining Sector Contradictions Emily Achtenberg
212 Ecuador: Intag Under Siege Carlos Zorrilla, Translated by Danica Jorden
213 Why Is Blackwater Helping to Train Brazil’s World Cup Security? Dave Zirin and Jules Boykoff
214 Ecuador: A new political map Luis Ángel Saavedra
215 Panama: Mayday with strikes and elections Marco A. Gandásegui, h.
216 Resistance as Promised, Panamanian Indigenous Continue to Protest Rick Kearns
217 Colombia: Presidential Candidates Must Champion Human Rights Amnesty International
218 Brazil Assumes Leadership in Future of Internet Governance Marcia Pinheiro
219 Bolivian Women: We Must Also Be Included In The Mining Law Debate CASA Collective, translated by Stephanie Gervais
220 US Continues Ransoming Development Aid, Now Using CAFTA to Threaten Social Programs CISPES
221 Ecuadorian Military Breaks Yasunidos Blockade Amazon Watch
222 Colombia: Bogotá Mayor’s Ouster Undermines Political Struggle for an Inclusive City Emily Achtenberg
223 Natural Resources as the Dynamic Axis of UNASUR Strategy Alí Rodríguez Araque
224 More Mining Abuse in Guatemala Magalí Rey Rosa, translated by Stéphanie Gervais
225 Logging Concessions Enable Illegal Logging Crisis in the Peruvian Amazon ACA, ACCA, and CIEL
226 Human Rights Watch Should Stick to the Facts on Venezuela Mark Weisbrot, CEPR
227 Why USAID’s Cuban Twitter Program was Secret Jeremy Bigwood
228 Brazil: Police Close ‘Private Militia’ Firm Following Guarani Murders Survival International
229 U.S.-Colombia Labour Rights Plan Falls Short Jim Lobe
230 Guatemala - Interview with Judge Yassmín Barrios: “The Door to Impunity and Corruption is Being Opened” Óscar F. Herrera, Translation by NISGUA
231 Femicide Courts in Guatemala: A Beacon of Light in the Fight against Impunity Louisa Reynolds
232 USAID Subversion in Latin America Not Limited to Cuba Dan Beeton, CEPR
233 Tolupan Land Defenders Subject to More Threats in Honduras Sandra Cuffe
234 Tell Secretary Kerry: No US Funds to the Guatemalan Army! GHRC and NISGUA
235 Fracking, Seismic Activity Grow Hand in Hand in Mexico Emilio Godoy
236 Are Brazil’s Dams to Blame for Record Floods in Bolivia? Emily Achtenberg
237 In Bolivia, Being a Journalist and Organizer go Together Marta Molina
238 Venezuelan Human Rights Experts Call for End to “Media Distortion” of Protests and State Response Many, Translation by Venezuelanalysis.com
239 COP Out? Peru Pulling the Plug on Environmental Oversight in View of COP 20 Sydney Morical
240 One-Third of Colombia’s Newly-Elected Senators Have Paramilitary Ties Constanza Vieira
241 Should the Media Report on Who is Killing Whom In Venezuela, When Death Tolls are Reported? Mark Weisbrot
242 Canadian Aid, Honduran Oil Sandra Cuffe
243 A Precarious Victory in El Salvador Madeleine Conway
244 Radicalized Right Grasps for Reins of Power in El Salvador Edgardo Ayala
245 The Truth about Venezuela: A Revolt of the Well-off, Not a 'Terror Campaign' Upside Down World
246 Resurgent Chilean Social Movements Advance Cross-Border Solidarity Emily Achtenberg
247 Lula Sends Letter of Support to Maduro Stephan Lefebvre
248 Violence Against Women in Mexico and Central America and the Impact of U.S. Policy Just Associates (JASS)
249 The Quimbo Hydroelectric Project Moves Ahead without Complying with its Environmental License Polinizaciones
250 Midwives, Givers of Life in Rural Communities, in Danger of Disappearing Adazahira Chavez, Narce Santibañez and Olivia Vázquez
 
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