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Mayan women fight for justice in historic trial
Louisa Reynolds

For first time ever, a court admitted charges of sexual slavery committed during the armed conflict.

Petrona Choc, 75, did not falter as she told the court how soldiers dragged her and her young children out of her home in 1982, shot her husband and retained her against her will together with other women in a nearby military outpost, where she was repeatedly raped and forced to cook for her captors.see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANZika virus stimulated by climate change
Global warming and the phenomenon of El Niño are the breeding ground for the propagation of the mosquito that transmits the illness.. see more
COLOMBIAPlan Colombia turns 15 years
President Juan Manuel Santos asks the United States to be a partner in peace building.. see more
COLOMBIAPeace process: In the final stretch?
Susan Abad
Mar. 23 is the deadline to sign the peace agreement between the government and the FARC.. see more
CUBAAdjustment Act still disputed with the United States
Daniel Vsquez
With the intent to reach the United States as refugees, thousands of Cubans have created a migration crisis in Central America. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANCitizens mobilize to end corruption
Latinamerica Press
Corruption Perception Index 2015 shows that there is still hope in the fight against corruption.. see more
CENTRAL AMERICA / LATIN AMERICAIn brief
Latinamerica Press
Latin America, Colombia, Haiti, Paraguay. see more
GUATEMALANew president takes office
Latinamerica Press
Jimmy Morales took the presidential oath of office, pledging zero tolerance for corruption.. see more
LATIN AMERICAPrivate sector external debt triples
Latinamerica Press
Brazil, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Peru are the countries of the region with the highest private sector debt.. see more
LATIN AMERICANeogolpismo decided to impose conservative order
Alejo Álvez
Attacks on progressive governments, particularly those run by women, have a precise goal.. see more
PERUTrans-Pacific Agreement would impact the price of medicines
Health unions warn that the agreement could generate a trade monopoly that would eventually lead to an increase in the cost of medicines.. see more
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