A series of powerful images portray the return to the families of victims "disappeared" during the brutal repression of the early 1980s and now forensically identified.
The Brazilian and Scottish police forces, which have both been criticised for strong arm tactics, have been exchanging ideas about providing security for mega sport events.
Rural leaders are being targeted as a result of the government's failure to clamp down on impunity in the countryside.
The extraordinary discoverey by Estela Carlotto of her grandson is breathing life into the campaign to hold to account those responsible for the appaling human rights violations committed during the military dictatorship.
Thousands are forced to flee as armed groups fight for territory in Chocó.
President Cartes has called for Brazilian investors to "use and abuse" the country so it is scarcely surprising that Paraguayan peasants, driven off their land by Brazilian farmers, are feeling angry.
By backing corrupt governments in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the USA has helped create the current exodus of large numbers of migrant children, argues Diego Cupolo.
The South American nation reached the goal after following the programme "Yes I Can" designed by Cuba.
The Jubilee Debt Campaign UK is organising a petition of support for the Argentine government in its struggle against 'vulture funds'.
Threatened by local gangs, children in El Salvador are fleeing to the United States
Holders of some so-called vulture funds are threatening to seize Argentine state assets.
As the BRICS countries prepare for their summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, foreign policy (e.g. Syria) and a BRICS bank head the agenda as the new group comes of age.