You've heard about rich people buying land in Patagonia, acquiring getaways in an expanse seemingly removed from the climate woes of the planet (well, aside from the ozone hole right over it).

Bulletin 3 December 2009

HONDURAS: PARLIAMENT VOTES AGAINST ZELAYA’S REINSTATEMENT ♦ SEVERE FLOODS AFFECT URUGUAY ♦ HUMAN RIGHTS SCANDAL LEADS CHILE TO CANCEL CELEBRATIONS ♦  BRAZIL’S INDUSTRY GROWS ♦  ENVIRONMENTALIST DEMANDS PROT

BULLETIN 4 DECEMBER 2009

BOLIVIA PREPARES TO VOTE ♦ CHILE: VICTOR JARA, BURIED AT LAST ♦ MEXICO: POLICE RESCUE “SLAVES” ♦ BRAZIL STRENGTHENS LINKS WITH GERMANY ♦  MEXICO WILL LOSE BIODIVERSITY BECAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING

BULLETIN 8 DECEMBER 2009

CHILE: JUDGE CHARGES SUSPECTS OF KILLING FORMER PRESIDENT ♦ BOLIVIA: EVO MORALES ANNOUNCES NEW FORM OF GOVERNMENT ♦ CLIMATE CHANGE: BRAZIL: INDIANS WARN OF “REBELLION” OVER HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT ♦ COP15: NO WOMEN, NO AGREE

BULLETIN 29 December 2009

Argentina: First gay wedding in Latin America ♦ Venezuela: Chávez accuses Colombia of linking him with rebels ♦ Chile to hand over report on “espionage” in Peru ♦ Bolivia ends the year without new investment ♦ Brazil

Bulletin 12 December 2010

Chile: Run-off campaign speeds up ♦ Colombia: respect human rights and you will get help, says the USA ♦ Honduras: protests over amnesty for coup plotters ♦ Unemployment increased in 2009 says ILO ♦ Save the environment, do not

Bulletin 15 January 2010

Haiti: Despair turns into anger for lack of help ♦ Long term plan to solve Haitian crisis ♦ No deportation from US for "illegal" Haitians ♦ Chile: Government coalition “ready for defeat”

Bulletin 18 January 2010

 Haiti: ONU asks Haitians to “be patient” ♦ Open air cabinet meeting ♦ Some return to "normality” in the middle of the chaos ♦ Hugo Chávez: The US controls Haiti ♦ Chile: Right wins presidential election
Armen Kouyoumdjian writes about the immediate future after the victory of the right in Chile.

Bulletin 19 January 2010

Haiti: The US takes control of Port-au-Prince ♦ Reconstruction plans ♦ Chile: new president to continue current policies ♦ Venezuela: government does not rule out more expropriations ♦ Bolivia denies responsibility for failure o

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