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Three TV documentaries show new evidence about the assassination in September 1973 of Chilean folk-singer Victor Jara by General Pinochet's soldiers
Young musicians and bands in rural El Salvador are supported by UK-based Music for Hope
Talking from Rio de Janeiro, the cultural activist, Paul Heritage, exudes enthusiasm about Brazil's innovative cultural programmes. Special interview for LAB by Nayana Fernandez.

Carlos Fuentes obituary

Nick Caistor, from LAB, writes about one of the most influential Latin American writers.
This week, thanks to LAB collaborator Bruna Rocha, we are turning our attention to the struggles of a host of small communities along the basin of the river Tapajós in the Brazilian Amazon.
LAB's 1 June 2012 newsletter focuses on the struggle of small communities along the river Tapajós in the Brazilian Amazon. 1 June 2012 Dear LAB supporter and friend, One of our roles at LAB is to listen to our friends and partners in remote parts of Latin America and help them get their message out to the world. This week, thanks to LAB...
The killing of four fisherpeople by DEA trainers and the Honduran police has sparked outrage in the isolated coastal region of Mosquitia. Government offices have been burnt, and residents have demanded the agency's expulsion.
As if Honduras did not have enough problems, it has now been revealed that foreign interests are dictating important national policies.
Colombia's President Santos and Venezuela's President Chávez are collaborating in combatting the FARC and controlling smuggling.
Cartagena and drug-trafficking

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