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Thursday, 05 March 2015
News Briefs

201 Resurgent Chilean Social Movements Advance Cross-Border Solidarity Emily Achtenberg
202 Lula Sends Letter of Support to Maduro Stephan Lefebvre
203 Violence Against Women in Mexico and Central America and the Impact of U.S. Policy Just Associates (JASS)
204 The Quimbo Hydroelectric Project Moves Ahead without Complying with its Environmental License Polinizaciones
205 Midwives, Givers of Life in Rural Communities, in Danger of Disappearing Adazahira Chavez, Narce Santibañez and Olivia Vázquez
206 Does the OAS Support Democracy in Venezuela? Dan Beeton, CEPR
207 US Oil and Gas Firm Hunt Urged to Suspend Amazon Exploration David Hill
208 For Abortion Rights in Bolivia, A Modest Gain Emily Achtenberg
209 Trinidad and Tobago: Battling the Resource Curse Mark Olalde and Picture Fritz Burgher
210 Latin America: The Impact of the Extractive Industries Darío Aranda, Translation by Christina Hewitt
211 #LaSalida? Venezuela at a Crossroads George Ciccariello-Maher
212 Venezuela’s Maduro Proposes “Peace Conference” to Resolve Opposition Protests Ewan Robertson
213 Mexico: The Capture of El Chapo Guzman–What Happens Next? Laura Carlsen
214 Protest Coverage in Haiti and Venezuela Reveals U.S. Media Hypocrisy Kevin Edmonds
215 Death Toll Rises in Venezuela; Opposition Demonstrators Say They're Fighting a War of "Attrition" Ryan Mallett-Outtrim
216 Guatemala: Pressure to Construct Xalalá Hydroelectric Dam; Local Opposition Remains Strong ACOGUATE, Translation by NISGUA
217 Towards Another Coup in Venezuela? Belen Fernandez
218 US Support for Regime Change in Venezuela is a Mistake Mark Weisbrot
219 Environmentalist and Communicator from the Siria Valley, Honduras Denounces Threats Dina Meza
220 “Just another gang?” Rio’s Favelas and the Pacification Police Benjamin Parkin
221 Opposition Violence Continues in Some Venezuelan Cities, Attacks on Journalists Tamara Pearson
222 Venezuela: Right-wing Provokes Violence in Time-worn Practice Steve Ellner
223 Communities in Veracruz, Mexico Resist Plans to Build 112 Dams Radio Mundo Real
224 FMLN Likely to Retain Salvadoran Presidency David Grosser
225 The Hypocrisy of Human Rights Watch Keane Bhatt
226 Rival Factions in Bolivia's CONAMAQ: Internal Conflict or Government Manipulation? Emily Achtenberg
227 A New Wiretapping Scandal Casts Doubt on the Colombian Military's Support for Peace Talks Adam Isacson
228 Canadian and Chinese- Owned Mining Concessions Illegal in Ecuador, Argues Report Environmental Defender Law Center (EDLC) and MiningWatch Canada
229 El Salvador: FMLN wins first round of presidential elections CISPES
230 Leftist Costa Rica outsider leads election, run-off expected Alexandra Alper
231 Destitute Chilean Farmer Defeats Monsanto in Landmark Legal Victory Lucía Sepúlveda Ruiz, Translation by Ignacia Guzmán Zuloaga
232 Power, Violence and Mining in Guatemala: Non-Violent Resistance to Canada’s Northern Shadow Alexandra Pedersen, Photos by James Rodríguez
233 Brookings Institution Calls on Obama to Support a Hypothetical Coup Against Venezuela's Maduro Dan Beeton, CEPR
234 Coal Spill Puts Spotlight on Colombia’s Labor and Environmental Struggles Michelle Chen
235 Facing the New Conquistador: Indigenous Rights and Repression in Rafael Correa’s Ecuador Robin Llewellyn
236 El Salvador: Increase in Homicides Linked to “Extermination Groups” and ARENA Campaign CISPES
237 Large-Scale Mining in Uruguay: Time to Vote? Luis Manuel Claps, Extractives in Latin America
238 Latest Human Rights Watch Report: 30 Lies about Venezuela Tamara Pearson
239 SOA Grads Prominent among New Military Leadership in Honduras as New President Prepares to Take Office SOA Watch
240 Mesoamérica Resiste! The Beehive Collective: Building Solidarity through Storytelling and Art Brendan O'Boyle
241 Managing Bolivian Capitalism Jeffery R. Webber
242 Confirmed: The DEA Struck A Deal With Mexico's Most Notorious Drug Cartel Michael Kelley
243 New Memo: Kissinger Gave the "Green Light" for Argentina's Dirty War David Corn
244 Reagan-Era Criminal slanders FMLN CISPES
245 Behind a New Armed Conflict in Mexico Héctor Agredano Rivera
246 Enemy of the State: The Battle Over Sustainable Development in Intag, Ecuador Gerard Coffey
247 Peru Ignores UN and Pushes Ahead with Deadly Gas Project Survival International
248 An Honest Look at Mexican Economic Growth in the NAFTA Era Dan Beeton, CEPR
249 Zapatistas: Twenty Years After Luis Hernández Navarro, Translated by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
250 One-quarter of Colombia's Indians Displaced - Report Anastasia Moloney
 
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