Why middle class militancy in developing countries is only just beginning -- thoughts from a Nigerian commentator very relevant to Brazil, Mexico, Chile and other Latin American countries.
Four suspects in the rape of indigenous women in Guerrero, Mexico, are arrested, twelve years after the crime.
State of emergency decreed in town with GM mosquitoes
A book by the former CIA bureau chief for Latin America head tells us more about his mind-set than the details of his activities.
Cuban TV provoked a storm of indignation when it appeared to hold women solely responsible for the country's low birth-rate.
Across Mexico and Central America cell-phones bring benefits and some dangers, especially for women.
As the BRICS countries prepare for their summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, foreign policy (e.g. Syria) and a BRICS bank head the agenda as the new group comes of age.

Mega-events and prostitution

The main danger of violence to sex-workers during major sporting events is from the police, not the punters.
While there are great business opportunities for fracking, many are concerned about the cost to the environment and to people’s health.
Work to help children who face malnutrition in one of the many communities of families displaced during the country's armed conflict.

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