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President Correa's cancellation of the fund to protect ... is a blow both to the environment and to people everywhere. It will do nothing to reduce poverty.
A SOA Watch delegation finds 'grave irregularities' exercised by 'mafiosa-like powers'.


It is now more than two years since a devastating earthquake killed at least 250,000 people in Haiti; and it is becoming increasingly evident that, despite the billions of dollars of aid, life continues to get worse for most Haitians.

GMOs in Latin America

Latin America is key to the future of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and it is an issue over which the region is deeply divided.
The conviction on May 10 of former military dictator José Efraín Ríos Montt on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity is an historic advance for Guatemala.
Does Horacio Cartes have a sense of humour? The candidate for the Colorado Party who was elected president of Paraguay on 21 April campaigned on the slogan Un Nuevo Rumbo para el Paraguay, ‘A New Direction for Paraguay’.
Five years after being fired from the giant Piña Frut pineapple farm, two workers return to work after successful action by their union, SITRAP.
Limited interest by oil companies in bidding for new contracts suggests international opposition is having some effect.
A major Mayan Monument at Orange Walk District, near the northern district boundary, has been bulldozed for roadfill aggregate. Noh Mul Temple – or at least a large part of it – is no more.
A new book by Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano illustrates human potential through poems, tales, histories and observation.

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