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201 Blame it on Caracas Gregory Wilpert
202 Mexican Senate Must End Impunity for Armed Forces' Human Rights Violations Amnesty International
203 Cuba’s Other Internationalism: Angola 25 Years Later Kevin Edmonds
204 El Salvador’s Archbishop Closes Preeminent Human Rights Investigation Organization Hilary Goodfriend
205 Honduran Presidential Polling Shows Race Tightening Honduras Culture and Politics
206 Because this Land is Ours: The Rights of Mother Earth vs. Carbon Trading Beverly Bell and Tory Field
207 Evidence of Yanomami ‘Violence’ Relies on False Data, New Paper Reveals Survival International
208 Mexico: The Shadow of Acteal Rafael Landerreche, Translation by Nélida Montes de Oca
209 Ecuador: Some Observations Regarding the Yasuní-ITT Proposal Gerard Coffey
210 Guatemala - Massacre in San Jose Nacahuil: Whoever is Responsible, Minister López Bonilla Should be Removed Network for Peace and Development in Guatemala (RPDG ), Translation by Clayton Conn
211 Brazil: “The Oil Is Ours” – But Its Secrets Are the NSA’s Fabiana Frayssinet
212 Brazilian president postpones Washington visit over NSA spying Jonathan Watts
213 Awá: Top Human Rights Watchdog Demands Answers from Brazil Survival International
214 Alberto Patishtán: Message from the Mexican State Luis Hernández Navarro
215 Chile's September 11: Forty Years Later Carlos Torres
216 In Honduras, military takes over with US blessing Dana Frank
217 Colombia: ASOQUIMBO Continues Land Liberations and Resistance to the Quimbo Hydroelectric Project Polinizaciones
218 Urgent Communiqué on the Massacre in Nacahuil, Guatemala Various Guatemalan Indigenous and Grassroots Groups
219 Latin America rejects US aggression against Syria Press TV
220 Enforced Disappearances Still an Appalling Reality in the Americas Amnesty International
221 Guatemalan Indigenous Organizations File Complaint over Mining Law with Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Many
222 Free Trade: Colombia Protests and Rural Development Craig Frayne
223 Bolivia: Criminal Charges Against Indigenous Leaders, Revelations of Police Infiltration Reignite TIPNIS Conflict Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
224 Venezuela: Desiring the Commune Reinaldo Iturriza, Translation by Tamara Pearson for Venezuelanalysis.com
225 Mexico: Communiqué From the People of San Sebastián Bachajón, Read to the Indigenous National Congress San Sebastian Bachajón
226 US Military Considers IMF-Mandated Policies to Be Dangerous for Honduras, Declassified Document Shows Dan Beeton, CEPR
227 Transnational Mercenaries behind Energy Reforms in Mexico Jenaro Villamil, Translation by Martha Sneyd
228 Honduran Union Leader Faces Death Threats Eric Gottwald
229 El Salvador: Private Sector Seeks to Expand the Reach of P3 law with US Support CISPES
230 Bolivia: Snowden Case Reignites Controversy Over Brazilian Asylum For Morales Foe Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
231 Denver-based Mining Company Retreats from Oaxaca Dawn Paley
232 What's "Rural" in Honduran Immigration? Honduras Culture and Politics
233 Honduras: Expanding Palm Oil Empires In The Name Of ‘Green Energy’ And “Sustainable Development’ Rights Action, Rainforest Rescue, Biofuelwatch, and Food First
234 Venezuela: Extraction-ism, Movements, and Revolution Raul Zibechi
235 Guatemala’s ‘Femicide’ Courts Hold Out New Hope for Justice Danilo Valladares
236 Get your legal marijuana high in Uruguay Vanessa Baird
237 Benjamin Kohl, Temple professor, expert on Bolivia John Morrison
238 Battle Over Seeds Heats Up in Argentina Marcela Valente
239 'This American Life' Whitewashes U.S. Crimes in Central America, Wins Peabody Award Keane Bhatt
240 Maduro’s First 100 Days in Office Marked by Street Government, Latin American Integration, Economic Debate Sascha Bercovitch
241 Without Funding, Haiti Faces “Endemic Cholera” Haiti Grassroots Watch
242 San Sebastián Bachajón: Following the Assassination of Juan Vázquez Guzmán, the Struggle for the Defense of the Land Continues Jessica Davies
243 Brazil's Poor Pay World Cup Penalty María Carrión
244 Activists Demand Justice for Victims of Clerical Sex Abuse in Mexico Emilio Godoy
245 Brazil: Extractive Capitalism and the Great Leap Backward James Petras
246 An Open Letter to the Media on the 'Irony' of Snowden's Request for Asylum in Venezuela and Ecuador Various Authors
247 Protests and Political Reform in Brazil João Feres Junior and Fábio Kerche, Translation by Maya Bellomo Johnson
248 Brazil Wide Open to Cyber Invasion Fabiana Frayssinet
249 U.S. Shelters Bolivia Ex-President From Genocide Charges As Evo Morales Offers Snowden Asylum Roque Planas
250 Guatemala: Indigenous Organizations Denounce Proposed Mining Moratorium NISGUA
 
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