In late December 2012, Judge Vazquez of the Santiago Appeals Court initiated a discovery process for the murder of the famous Chilean singer Victor Jara.
Greetings card sent for Christmas & New Year 2012/3 by Dom Pedro Casaldáliga (in Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan)
Dom Pedro Casaldáliga, the 84-year-old retired bishop of São Felix do Araguaia in Mato Grosso, has been forced to flee from his home because of death threats from big landowners. Sue Branford recalls the first time she met him nearly 40 years ago.

Part 6: Fordlândia

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In the sixth and final episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford takes time off to visit Fordlândia, Henry Ford's failed attempt to create rubber plantations in the Brazilian Amazon.
In the fifth episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford continues eastwards along the Transamazônica highway to the town of Altamira, which, due to the Belo Monte hydroelectric power station, is expanding at a momentous rate.
In the fourth episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford visits the Sister Dorothy Sustainable Development Project (PDS), named after the American religious sister murdered in 2005 for her opposition to abuses by landowners and loggers.

Part 3: Uruará

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In the third episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford reaches Uruará, a town of some 50,000 inhabitants on the Transamazônica highway.

Part 2: Santarém

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In the second episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford reaches Santarém, a sleepy river-port located precisely where the green water of the Tapajós river flows in to the red, muddier water of the Amazon.

Part 1: São Paulo

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In the first episode of her journey, LAB editor Sue Branford visits São Paulo where she lived in the 1970s under the military dictatorship.
Sixteen years after the event, the two commanders of the Eldorado dos Carajas massacre, in which 19 people were killed, are finally jailed.

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