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Cubans praised for apartheid fight 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 4 117
US now has more Spanish speakers than Spain – only Mexico has more 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 2 79
Giant Tortoises In Galapagos Islands: Ecuador Releases 201 Large Turtles To Repopulate Island 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 58
Eike Batista: From The Richest Man In South America To A Brazilian Laughingstock 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 2 89
Brazil’s President Rousseff Starts First Official Visit to the U.S. 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 69
Speeding to extinction? The fate of Pacific bluefin tuna may be decided this week 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 3 79
Majority of Venezuelans want socialism 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 4 89
A lesson in democracy and political consciousness 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 2 54
Maduro says he has access to voter data. Knows who voted and who didn't 3 Bacchus4.0 Yesterday 4 hrs ago 0 137
Mass Protests Challenge Correa’s ‘Citizens’ Revolution’ in Ecuador 1 Bacchus4.0 Yesterday 22 hrs ago 0 85
Brazil to open Latin America’s first elephant sanctuary 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 1 45
Puerto Rico says it cannot pay its debt, setting off potential crisis in the U.S. 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Yesterday 4 246
On the streets of Cuba 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Yesterday 5 141
Cuba's warming relations with the US may undermine its agroecological city farms 5 Judi Lynn Sunday Yesterday 8 132
How The Battle Over Elián González Helped Change U.S. Cuba Policy 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 4 89
The conflicted alliance which brutally devastated Chile 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 4 75
Chile: Bachelet sacks rightwinger but pushes on with ‘reforms’ 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 66
70% of Venezuelans would vote for opposition if the primaries held today 3 Bacchus4.0 Sunday Yesterday 1 206
More Accusations Flow Over Guatemala's Pérez Molina: When Will It End? 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 1 86
Millions of Venezuelans Vote in Socialist Party Primaries 1 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 91
A “Peace Community” Tries Nonviolent Resistance in Colombia 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 72
Pope plans to chew coca leaves in Bolivia: minister 1 Judi Lynn Sunday Yesterday 3 134
Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 62
‘The Ghosts of 1937 Are Warning Us’ 2 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 4 282
The Honduran meltdown: Made in USA 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 8 142
Peru Reopens Probe into Mass Sterilization of 1000s of Indigenous People 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 1 70
Peru President Scraps State of Emergency After 30 Years - Reports 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 1 63
Paraguayan bishop ousted by pope scrutinized for spending 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 2 57
Disaster Capitalism and Outrage in Post-Coup Honduras 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 5 93
Latin American Revolutions Under Attack 3 Judi Lynn Saturday 22 hrs ago 8 171
The World Bank’s Long War on Peasants 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 8 138
Jaime 'El Bronco' Rodriguez rides into power as governor as Mexico punishes government corruption 2 Xipe Totec Friday Sunday 3 154
Venezuela: Second Bodyguard of Government Legislator Murdered 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 3 71
Danny Glover: Venezuela Vindicating Afro-descendents 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 4 111
Honduras protests Venezuelan assistance to ex-President Zelaya 5 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 5 138
The Kuna: the endangered last tribe of the Caribbean – in pictures 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 5 127
Leahy Heads US Senate Delegation to Cuba Ahead of Embassies 1 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 2 83
Guatemala arrests 3 in killings of 2 journalists 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 1 68
UN tells Colombia to ‘not shoot the messenger’ and investigate military killings 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 1 73
Colombian army continued killing civilians throughout 2014: US 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 69
BBC highlights Argentine President Cristina Kirchner's popularity 1 forest444 Friday Friday 2 114
Colombian legislator sentenced to 36 years for plotting murder of journalist 0 Eugene Thursday Thursday 2 107
Ecuador now exporting its kangaroo courts 0 Zorro Thursday Thursday 0 105
Colombia's top military brass implicated in civilian killings 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 79
Ecuador's Communications Law: Democratizing the Airwaves 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 2 73
Morales Praises Role of Social Movements in Changing Bolivia 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 3 62
New Fraud Arrests as Guatemala Perez Molina Closer to Losing Presidential Immunity 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 48
Female deaths in Honduras a 'violent epidemic' 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 2 59
Venezuela's Oldest Human Rights Organization: "Here There is a State That Respects Human Rights" 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 2 68
Why the US and Brazil Should Talk About Race 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 2 58
Prosecutors: Mexican soldiers executed half of Tlatlaya victims 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 94
El Salvador, the country where women get jailed for having a miscarriage 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 2 80
Unchecked pollution befouling majestic Lake Titicaca 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 80
Manuel Noriega apologises over military rule of Panama 2 Eugene Thursday Thursday 2 101
US court to hear arguments that Brazil oil giant should stand trial for corruption 0 Eugene Thursday Thursday 1 61
Pirates and hold-ups: crime strikes Venezuela's oil industry 1 Zorro Thursday Thursday 1 81
Cuba’s popularity concerns Caribbean tourism officials, prompts them to seek US help 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 121
Honduran hitmen kill fifth indigenous land activist amid protests against mining and illegal logging 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 2 73
Expired Drugs Found in Honduras' Fraud-Gripped Health Institute 3 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 5 101
Honduras: Miguel Facussé, "Palm Plantation Owner of Death," Dies at 90 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Thursday 2 119
New Peru Mass Grave a Reminder of 1980s Dirty War Legacy 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 98
Group Seeks Prosecution of Colombian Senior Military Over Civilian Slayings 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 82
Japan Demands Lifting Of US Blockade On Cuba 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 103
Argentina, Cuba Reaffirm Mutual Support In International Forums 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 46
Mexico finds tigers, baboons, camels abandoned by circus 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 69
Grenada Rebuilds Barrier Reefs 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 50
Dynamic Airways Starts Countdown to Caracas 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 103
Mexican mayor gunned down at bus stop weeks after winning election 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 111
Prosecution admits Colombia’s military command never investigated for civilian killings 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 66
Colombia acts on massacres – punishing whistleblower and promoting officers 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 2 110
Coffee? 2 Xipe Totec Tuesday Wednesday 1 255
Hundreds of Thousands Woke Up Stateless in the Dominican Republic 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 7 136
Women Behind Bars: The Human Cost of Current Drug Policy in the Americas vv 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 1 82
Mexico border nursing home fire - 15 dead 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 83
Resistance in Honduras Alive and Jumping 3 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 4 110
Poachers Are Killing Andean Camels for Their Wool 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 2 90
Photographing the Patrulleros – the violent vigilantes of Guatemala 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 1 114
In Venezuela, An iPhone 6 May Cost You $47,678 0 Bacchus4.0 Tuesday Tuesday 0 111
Honduran hitmen kill fifth indigenous land activist amid protests against mining and illegal logging 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 115
People's Anti-Mining Struggle in El Salvador Highlights The Perils of Global Trade Deals 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 4 72
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