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Nicaragua: What now?

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  Tens of thousands of Nicaraguans marched through the streets of the capital Managua and other cities at the end of April. The demonstrations were in...

Brazil: Lula’s last stand

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São Paulo, 16 April. Lula disappeared into the federal police building in Curitiba on 7 April and nobody knows when he will be seen...

Colombia: Petrol fuels instability on the border

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Brigadier General Gustavo Moreno is sitting behind a wide desk in his air-conditioned office. It overlooks the parade ground of the police compound which...

Belo Horizonte gets a Land Reform Farmers Market

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Authorities, representatives of social and cultural movements, and an appreciative audience gathered in Belo Horizonte for the opening of the Farmers' Market Shop, another...

Bogotá’s recyclers fight for inclusion

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As the city rises up the development index, Bogotá’s waste services are undergoing structural transformation. Rachel Simon learns how Colombia’s waste-picking recicladores are fighting...

Brazil’s MST: challenging power structures and the need for ‘historic patience’

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The Movimento de Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (Landless Rural Worker's Movement, MST) has a gender-balanced national directorate of 52 individuals, with two people elected...

Brazil: Mídia Ninja vs Globo and the media tycoons

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This article was written for BrasilWire. You can read the original here. The political situation in Brazil is getting confusing, even for people who study...

Brazil: why is Michel Temer still President?

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This is a slightly edited version of an article, first published by Brasil Wire. You can see the original here. It is always hard to...

The case against Lula: politics trumps justice

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After helping Aécio Neves and Michel Temer avoid conviction, Judge Sergio Moro uses shaky evidence to prevent Ex-president Lula’s candidacy on the day that...

Antofagasta: the Goliath which is crushing Caimanes

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“All the biggest companies at the top of the international rankings in Chile are English,” Lucio Cuenca tells me. “Not just Antofagasta, which was...

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