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Saturday, 20 September 2014
News Briefs

201 Making Sure Votes Count in Honduras? Honduras Culture and Politics
202 Bachelet triumphs in Chile election but faces runoff Rosalba O'Brien and Anthony Esposito
203 Chilean student leader Camila Vallejo elected to Congress Reuters in Santiago
204 NSA Staffed U.S.-Only Intelligence “Fusion Center” in Mexico City Michael Evans and Jesse Franzblau
205 Mexico's Blood Banks Peter Watt
206 Mass Mobilization against Healthcare Reform Storms Through Colombia Peter Watt
207 Visibility from High-Profile Human Rights Inquiries Trickles Down in Chile Marianela Jarroud
208 Report: Hydroelectric Dam would Wipe Out Indigenous Tribes in Guyana Survival International
209 Newly Discovered Military Archives May Throw Light on Past Abuses in Argentina Sandra Coliver
210 US Lawmakers Lobby for Right-wing and US Intervention in Honduran, Salvadoran Elections CISPES
211 Guatemala: Ríos Montt Trial Delay is a Letdown to Genocide Victims Amnesty International
212 Colombia: Black Communities in Cauca Peacefully Occupy Government Offices Afro-Colombian Solidarity Network (ACSN)
213 Brazil-Venezuela: Yanomami Denounce Illegal Miners and Lack of Health Care Survival International
214 South of the Border, Mining Is King Carey L. Biron
215 Brazilian Judge Halts Belo Monte Dam Construction, Temporarily Diego Cupolo
216 U.S. Snooping Makes It a Neighbourhood Pariah Carey L. Biron
217 Cuba’s Reforms Favor Foreign Investment, Create Low-Wage Sponge Kevin Edmonds
218 In Haiti, Cholera Claims New Victims Daily Thalif Deen and Patrick Saint-Pre
219 History on Hold for Victims of Guatemalan Genocide Amnesty International
220 Honduras Elections: Violent Attacks Against Opposition Candidates Provoke Increasing Concern Alex Main, CEPR
221 Chile: Time for Starbucks to Stop Union Busting ITUC
222 Colombia-Ecuador: Serious Revelations About Spraying Glyphosate on the Border La W Radio, Translation by Clayton Conn
223 Opposition Use Presidential Security Decree to Label Venezuelan Government “Dictatorial” Tamara Pearson
224 US Speaking Tour - From the Mines to the Streets: A Bolivian Activist’s Life Various
225 Chixoy Dam Justice And Reparations Delayed: 31.5 Years And Counting Rights Action
226 The Venezuelan Revolution Has Brought Substantial Improvements to Working-Class Neighbourhoods Enric Llopis
227 El Salvador: Activists Struggle to Recover Human Rights Archives Edgardo Ayala
228 “The Rise of the Middle Class” in Latin America? The World Bank is Still Tone Deaf After all These Years Dr. Ronn Pineo
229 From Intag: An Open Letter to Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa Carlos Zorrilla
230 Militarization, Austerity and Privatization: What’s Happening in Paraguay? Sara Kozameh
231 Argentina Blindly Exploiting Groundwater, Scientists Warn Marcela Valente
232 Mexico: The federal authorities must immediately release Alberto Patishtán Amnesty International
233 At the UN, a Latin American Rebellion Laura Carlsen
234 An Urgent Call for International Solidarity from Colombia: Support the Peace Process! James Jordan, National Co-Coordinator for the Alliance for Global Justice
235 Canadian Mining Abroad: The Boom and the Backlash Liam Barrington-Bush and Jen Wilton
236 Disgraced Chilean General Mena Commits Suicide Owen Silverman Andrews
237 Petraeus' Statement on Plan Colombia at Odds With Reality Eileen O'Grady, CEPR
238 Blame it on Caracas Gregory Wilpert
239 Mexican Senate Must End Impunity for Armed Forces' Human Rights Violations Amnesty International
240 Cuba’s Other Internationalism: Angola 25 Years Later Kevin Edmonds
241 El Salvador’s Archbishop Closes Preeminent Human Rights Investigation Organization Hilary Goodfriend
242 Honduran Presidential Polling Shows Race Tightening Honduras Culture and Politics
243 Because this Land is Ours: The Rights of Mother Earth vs. Carbon Trading Beverly Bell and Tory Field
244 Evidence of Yanomami ‘Violence’ Relies on False Data, New Paper Reveals Survival International
245 Mexico: The Shadow of Acteal Rafael Landerreche, Translation by Nélida Montes de Oca
246 Ecuador: Some Observations Regarding the Yasuní-ITT Proposal Gerard Coffey
247 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
248 Brazil: “The Oil Is Ours” – But Its Secrets Are the NSA’s Fabiana Frayssinet
249 Brazilian president postpones Washington visit over NSA spying Jonathan Watts
250 Awá: Top Human Rights Watchdog Demands Answers from Brazil Survival International
 
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