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Colombia

Peasants of the Cordoba Municipality of Colombia Announce Mobilizations

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Source: Agencia Prensa Rural / The Dawn News / October 14, 2017 Through manual fumigation with glyphosate, the anti-narcotics police is eradicating the coca plantations in some areas of the San José de Uré, in the Cordoba municipality. This contaminates water sources and endangers the inhabitants of the region. Residents […]

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Analysis Mexico U.S.

In Mexico, Drug Cartels are the Ruling Class

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By: Arsinoé Orihuela / Source: Rebelión / The Dawn News / August 15, 2017 It is frequent for people inside and outside Mexico to ask why in this country there are so many journalists killed, so many students disappear, teachers are repressed to death, community leaders persecuted ferociously, innocent civilians […]

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Ayotzinapa: An Ubiquitous Absence
Analysis Mexico

Ayotzinapa: An Ubiquitous Absence

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By: Gerardo Szalkowicz / Source: Marcha / The Dawn News / September 26, 2016. Photo Credit: alainet.org Two years have passed since the painful events that shook contemporary Mexico and exposed the rotten Mexican state. This crime against humanity committed by the police and the narco-criminal corporation, who kidnapped and […]

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Cartes’ Government: Soy, Drugs and the Internal Enemy
Analysis Paraguay

Cartes’ Government: Soy, Drugs and the Internal Enemy

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By: Gustavo Zaracho / Source: rebelion.org / The Dawn News / June 28, 2016 Exactly one week after starting his presidency, on August 22, 2013, Horacio Cartes got Congress to pass the reform on the Act No. 1337/99 on National Defense and Homeland Security. The amendment allowed the new president […]

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The Pope challenged political power and the bishops
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The Pope challenged political power and the bishops

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By Eduardo Febbro / Source Pagina12.com.ar / The Dawn / February 15, 2016.  In two successive occasions, Francis addressed the Mexican powers in an admonitory tone and then, in the Cathedral of Mexico, bluntly reprimanded the Catholic leadership for being absorbed in their games and internal conflicts. As soon as […]

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