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We allow animal species, languages and customs die out at our peril.

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Brazil is one of the most unequal societies in the world. But, as Alex Kawakami tells Rowenna Davis, there is a...

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Latin America is backing Argentina in its dispute with Britain over oil exploration rights in the Malvinas.

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Brazil challenges hackers to get into its electronic voting system.

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The MST (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra – Brazil’s landless people’s movement) – has been described as the world...

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Brazil’s minister of communications announces his plan to provide free mobiles to 12 million people.

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Gold miners in the Brazilian Amazon are destroying the Yanomami community’s home. But, says Davi Kopenawa, his people...

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In Rio, a wall is being built to separate the slums from the city

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Brazil’s AIDS fight against Big Pharma continues

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In the Western World it feels like HIV/AIDS is well and truly under control. Yet world figures tell a different story. HIV/...

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The global impact of using food supplies to fuel cars...

As world leaders prepare to fly into Bangkok, the...

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'We are the millions of women and men, organisations, networks,movements, trade unions from all parts of the world. We come...

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Latin American countries are giving the World Bank and the IMF the boot.

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While mainstream media steer a hard right away from good news stories, the everyday ‘wins’ of ordinary people are getting...

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It's 2010. Brazilian activists *Marcelo Calazans* and *Renata Valentim* imagine what the future might look like if the carbon...

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A poet’s view of from Rio’s favelas by Gabriela Tôrres Barbosa.

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