Latin America

Not everyone in the US is against Cuba
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Not everyone in the US is against Cuba

On the 25th October the UN General Assembly will debate and vote on whether or not to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on the island. Lianet Arias Sosa While the Obama administration has kept the blockade policy in place, voices […]

Gold rush
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Gold rush

La Colosa Gold Mine could become the next victim of the gold rush which has devastated Colombia during the last few years. Daniel Fernández The country, one of the richest on the planet in terms of biodiversity, is suffering massive exploitation of its resources by multinational mining companies, whose activity […]

Mexico’s struggle for peace
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Mexico’s struggle for peace

After travelling more than 4000 kilometres of winding roads through nine states in southern Mexico, alongside the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, it is impossible to forget the face of violence in Mexico. Katia Monteagudo They are ordinary people who bear their pain with dignity, though they don’t […]

Bad press: following Humala
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Bad press: following Humala

The domestic and international political Right sought to cover up its behaviour during the 66th session of the UN General Assembly, taking full advantage of a few incidents provoked by certain ’embedded press’. Claudio Chipana But this is nothing new. All this time the right-wing press has tried to spread […]