Monday, September 24, 2018
A new book by Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano illustrates human potential through poems, tales, histories and observation.
We support community action on HIV, health and human rights in order to bring about an end to AIDS. Our vision is of a world in which communities have brought an end to HIV transmission and secured their health and human rights.
The removal of a key judge from criminal cases is a victory for impunity and apologists for the dictatorship
A new edition of Faces of Latin America, a vital source of information on Latin America, has been published.
“Two centuries of workers’ gains thrown into the garbage can” says the famous Uruguayan writer.
The Brics countries, including Brazil, are planning to set up their own development bank. Does this spell the end of the era of the IMF and the World Bank?
A documentary made by Friends of the Earth in Uruguay reveals the suffering among the rural population in Uruguay, because of the indiscriminate spraying of herbicides. Raúl Zibechi reports.
Forensic anthropologists in Uruguay find human remains buried in a field next to the base of Army Batallion 14.
Landless peasants have occupied an estate in the extreme north of Uruguay. The action is mainly intended to put pressure on the Broad Front government, says MercoPress.
The former guerrilla leader, José Mujica, has just completed his first year in office as president of Uruguay. In a special article for LAB, Jack Reynolds looks at whether Mujica has lived up to the high expectations when he was elected. 

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