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Friday, 18 April 2014
News Briefs

251 Honduras: Organizations Condemn Military-Landowner Violence and Slander Against Campesinos La Voz de los de Abajo, Translation by Greg McCain and Brigitte Gynther
252 Will Obama’s Legacy Be a Death Squad Government in Honduras? Mark Weisbrot
253 Campesino Communities in Honduras being Devastated, One Family at a Time Lauren Carasik
254 Barrick Gold Could Lose the Pascua Lama Project El Ciudadano, Translation by Molly Fohn
255 The Murder of Demetrio López: Chronicle of Another Death Foretold in Colombia Anthony Dest
256 Bolivia: The Unfinished Business of Land Reform Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
257 Haiti's Duvalier Needs Company in the Dock David Wilson
258 Alberto Patishtán and Solidarity with the Voice of el Amate, a Cry for Justice Alma Sánchez, Translation by Nelida Montes de Oca
259 Guatemala: Recurring Violence in Area of Tahoe Resource-Goldcorp Mine Demands Investigation and Company Withdrawal John Ahni Schertow
260 Chile’s “NO” Campaign: What the Movie Doesn't Tell Us Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
261 World Bank Must End Support for Honduran Palm Oil Company Implicated in Murder Many
262 Honduras: Activists Protest Lack of Transparency in Extractive Industry Thelma Mejía
263 The Brookings Institute on Mexico: Lower Taxes and Make (Better) War to End Violence Dawn Paley
264 The EZLN Announce the Fiesta for their 10 Years of Self-government Desinformemonos
265 Brazil Chooses a Racist Homophobe to Head its Human Rights Commission Nayana Fernandez
266 Step by Step: Honduras Walk for Dignity and Sovereignty Greg McCain
267 Victims Want Voice and Vote in Colombia’s Peace Talks Constanza Vieira
268 Insight Crime and the Mexicanization of Cartel War Discourse Dawn Paley
269 Chronicle of a Death Foretold: The Post-Chávez Venezuelan Conjuncture Jeffery R. Webber
270 Venezuela: Adiós Presidente Clifton Ross
271 Venezuelan Indigenous Yukpa Leader Sabino Romero Assassinated Ewan Robertson
272 Former Haitian Dictator Denies Abuses at Historic Hearing Jane Regan and Milo Milfort
273 The Urgency of Wirikuta in Mexico Iracema Gavilan and Adazahira Chavez, Translation by Molly Fohn
274 Colombia: Aerial Fumigation Comes to San José de Apartadó Gina Spigarelli
275 The Teaching Profession in Guatemala at the Crossroads: Students Fight against Neoliberal Policies Irma Guadarrama
276 Latin America: Criminalizing Social Protest Manuela Picq
277 Uruguay's Culture of Impunity Continues to Rear its Head Pierre-Louis LeGoff and Dr Francesca Lessa
278 Guatemala: Breakthrough Regarding Legal Liability of Canadian Mining Corporations for Abuses Overseas Klippensteins Barristers & Solicitors
279 Venezuela’s Opposition Launches New Offensive, Wikileaks Reveals Their Strategy Chris Carlson
280 CONAIE in the Face of Ecuador's Election Results CONAIE, Translation by Marc Becker
281 Ecuador: “First Reflections on a Defeat” for Correa's Leftist Opposition Pablo Ospina Peralta, Translation by Marc Becker
282 Colombia: Riot Police Attack Communities Protesting Oil Exploitation in Arauca Colombia Informa, Translation by Molly Fohn
283 Interview with Alberto Acosta: The "Citizen Revolution", the Extractive Model and the Left Critiques Franck Gaudichaud, Translation by Matilda Villarraga
284 Economic Growth with More Equality: Learning From Bolivia Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
285 Honduras: Obama Administration Rejects Congressional Request for Investigation of the DEA's Role in the Ahuas Killings Alex Main, CEPR
286 The Drug Trade and the Increasing Militarization of the Caribbean Kevin Edmonds, The Other Side of Paradise
287 Ecuador: 160 Intellectuals Support Alberto Acosta’s Candidacy Many, Translation by Christina Hewitt
288 Solidarity Brings Freedom and Justice for Zapatista Francisco Sántiz López Jessica Davies, Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
289 Forty Years Later, Justice for Víctor Jara: School of the Americas Grads Indicted in Murder of the Popular Allende-Era Singer/Activist Ramona Wadi
290 AP Investigation: U.S. Spends $20 Billion Over 10 Years on Increasingly Bloody Drug “War” in Latin America; Rejects Drug Policy Reform Alex Main, CEPR
291 Mexico: International Meeting Unites Movements against Destructive Mining Projects Jonathan Treat
292 Brazil: First Ever Strike against Walmart UNI Global Union
293 World’s Leading Asparagus Company Violates Worker Rights, Says Peruvian Union USLEAP
294 Former Coup Leader, 'School of the Americas' General, to Run for President in Honduras Arthur Phillips, CEPR
295 Miners Win Ruling over Indigenous Groups in Guyana Jeremy Hance
296 Honduras: Failed State Auctions Off Lands and Subsoils OFRANEH, Translation by S. Bartlett of Ag Missions
297 Guatemala: Ríos Montt Trial a Milestone for Justice; Former Dictator Charged With Genocide Human Rights Watch
298 El Salvador: Free the El Progreso 3 Youth Leaders – Organizing is not a Crime! Many
299 New Cuba: Beachhead for Economic Democracy Beyond Capitalism Keith Harrington
300 Guatemala’s War on Women Amnesty International
 
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