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Sexual torture is an institutionalized practice
Orsetta Bellani

Government troops subject women to sexual torture to admit crimes they have not committed or to punish social activism.
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HAITIParliament is dissolved and President governs by decree
Latinamerica Press
Five years after the earthquake that devastated the country, weak public institutions persist and thousands of people remain in refugee camps.. see more
CUBARestoration of diplomatic ties with the United States continues
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The decision of both countries to normalize relations will have important economic and political effects.. see more
LATIN AMERICAFor just and equal sustainability
Elsa Chanduv Jaa
Women face climate change with demands and proposals.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANCOP20: Another failure?
Cecilia Remn
At the last minute the Lima Call for Climate Action managed to pass. The agreement leaves large gaps, huge uncertainties and lacks commitments.. see more
COLOMBIAIndigenous at high risk of extermination
Susan Abad
In less than two years more than 40 indigenous people have been killed by armed groups.. see more
MEXICOA darkened sun: The debacle of the PRD
Alberto Buitre
Members of the Democratic Revolutionary Party, the former left, are responsible for the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students.. see more
PERU“Cultivation” of lakes
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Recognition for the practice of growing and harvesting rainwater.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn Brief
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Latin America and the Caribbean, Cuba, Nicaragua, Peru, Uruguay. see more
CHILEStrengthening the trade union movement
Arnaldo Pérez Guerra
Union workshop promotes worker organization to defend their rights.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANA hot climate summit
Cecilia Remn
COP20 delegates must approve draft of new agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.. see more
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