Saturday, October 21, 2017
Research by ICIJ reveals that Paraguay's new president is head of a secret bank set up in the Cook Islands.
The Colorados cannot be beaten without a strong alliance. But can Cartes address the social crisis?
As Paraguay's first election campaign since the overthrow of Fernando Lugo gets under way, an opponent of soya monoculture is murdered
The Brazilian NGO, Publica, has published a special report, which for the first time gives the peasants' version of what happened in the massacre that led to the impeachment of President Fernando Lugo earlier this year.
The Franco government has approved the cultivation of genetically modified corn and cotton, but a new movement is seeking to oppose the measure.
Claudia Pompa reports on Fundacion Paraguaya -- its mission, history and successes.
John Perry looks at the disastrous outcome of the 2009 coup in Honduras and the difficulties and dangers confronting all who resist the new government.
The complex character of Fernando Lugo: star military academy graduate, priest, father and (now ex-) president. Hugh O'Shaugnessy looks at his life.
The impeachment of President Lugo, rushed through Congress, was has clearly benefited big landowners and the powerful biotechnology companies. LAB reports.
The rapid growth of large soya monocultures, mainly in Brazilian hands, is leading to 9,000 peasant families being forced off their land each year. This is fuelling land conflict, says Perla Álvarez, from the rural women's organisation, Conamuri.

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