Upside Down World
Thursday, 23 October 2014
News Briefs

451 Mexico’s Presidential Inauguration Marked by Vows and Violence Laura Carlsen
452 International Court Investigates Colombia for “False Positive” Killings Susana Pimiento
453 Colombian Military and a Local Businessman Agree to Build a Base on Stolen Land Colombia Land Rights Monitor
454 'Outing' Honduras: A Human Rights Catastrophe in the Making Suyapa Portillo Villeda
455 Honduras’ Party Primaries: Voters Went to the Polls, But Can Next Year’s Elections be “Free and Fair”? Dan Beeton, CEPR
456 Mapuche Indians Fight New Airport in Southern Chile Marianela Jarroud
457 Brazilian Mining Giant Given Green Light for Perilous Railway Plan Survival International
458 Action Alert! Guatemalan Anti-Mining Activists Threatened Amnesty International
459 Guyana Seeks to Shield Gold Miners from Mercury Ban Bert Wilkinson
460 Guatemala: Rural Farmers Lose Livestock Due to Water Contamination by Marlin Mine FREDEMI, Translated by Christina Hewitt
461 EL Salvador: Proposed Culture Law Would Provide Healthcare and Funding for Artists CISPES
462 Earth First? Bolivia’s Mother Earth Law Meets the Neo-Extractivist Economy Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
463 Action Alert! Protect Pacific Resistance in San José del Golfo, Guatemala NISGUA
464 Canadian Mining on Trial Dawn Paley
465 Mass Participation in Debate on Venezuela’s Socialist Plan Ewan Robertson
466 Murders of Teenagers and Opposition Party Members Underscore Impunity in Honduras and the Failure of U.S. “Vetting” Dan Beeton, CEPR
467 The Task of Reading Guatemala’s Bones Amnesty International
468 Mexican Senate Passes Labor Reform Bill, Weakening Worker Rights Jake Johnston and Stephan Lefebvre, CEPR
469 Colombia: Diary of a Displacement Colombia Land Rights Monitor
470 Action Alert: Leader of Sogamoso River Defense in Colombia Disappeared Global Justice Ecology Project
471 Trouble at Brazil's Belo Monte Dam Stops Construction for Now Agence France-Presse
472 Campaign to Legalize Abortion in Venezuela Gains Publicity Ewan Robertson
473 Islamo-Bolivarianism: The Green-and-Red Menace in Latin America Belén Fernández
474 Earth’s Most Threatened Tribe Make Unprecedented Visit to Brazil’s Capital Survival International
475 El Salvador Urged to Respond to El Calabozo Massacre Survivors’ Demands Amnesty International
476 Obama VS. Romney for Latin America: Carrying or Swinging the "Big Stick" Francesca Fiorentini
477 Guatemala's Palm Industry Leaves Locals Contemplating an Uncertain Future Myles Estey, Poverty Matters Blog
478 Venezuela’s Mission Robinson Literacy Program Celebrates 9 Successful Years Ewan Robertson
479 Brazil: Indigenous Community Faces Eviction Amnesty International
480 Brazil: Symbol of Native Culture to Be Bulldozed for World Cup Fabiana Frayssinet
481 Murder of Anti-Mining Activists in Mexico a State Crime COSYDDHAC
482 Venezuela’s Chavez to Ministers: Now is the Time for Self-Criticism Rachael Boothroyd
483 One dead in Panama protests over new land law Al Jazeera
484 Bolivia: New Road Contract Ramps Up Stakes in TIPNIS Conflict Emily Achtenberg
485 It’s Time to Question Border Patrol Use of Deadly Force Chuck Kaufman, National Co-Coordinator, Alliance for Global Justice
486 Honduras: Model Cities Definitively Unconstitutional Honduras Culture and Politics
487 Camila Vallejo's Letelier-Moffitt Acceptance Speech Camila Vallejo
488 Communal Land Titling at a Standstill in Peru Milagros Salazar
489 Community Radio Station Doble Via Raided by Guatemalan Police Cultural Survival
490 Guatemala: Historical Archive of the National Police Needs Donations to Continue its Work to End Impunity Many
491 Local Alliance Renews Occupation of Belo Monte Dam in Brazil Amazon Watch and Xingu Alive Forever Movement
492 Chávez Re-Election Continues Trend of Left Governments Re-elected in South America Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)
493 Why Chavez Won: An Inside View Lisa Sullivan
494 Guatemalan Civil Society Condemns Massacre in Totonicapán Many
495 Why the US demonizes Venezuela's democracy Mark Weisbrot
496 Zibechi: Brazil is covering Venezuela's back Raul Zibechi
497 Media Pluralism at Risk of Extinction in Chile Marianela Jarroud
498 Paramilitarism and the Assault on Democracy in Haiti Belen Fernandez
499 Honduras: Model Cities Law Unconstitutional Honduras Culture and Politics
500 Renegotiating Nationalization in Bolivia’s Colquiri Mine Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
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