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Illicit crops are still the only option for farmers like Arnulfo Perdomo.

Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia. Bram Ebus...

Bolivian prisons

Amy Booth visits a Bolivian prison and meets those let down by patchy law enforcement.

Confluencia Fuera OMC

Buenos Aires welcomed the WTO with a week of action. By Paula Serafini and Martín...

 Chile elections: Beatriz Sanchez, leader of the insurgent leftwing coalition, Broad Front.

Does this presidential run-off mark a new dawn for Chile? Luis Hernán Vargas Faulbaum asks.

Environmentalists killings: Indigenous and other activists gather in front of the Honduran embassy in London in response to the murder of anti-dam campaigner Berta Cáceres in 2016.

How environment defenders are being stopped in the Global South. Leny Olivera and Sian Cowman...

ELN interview: Guerrilla leader Pablo Beltrán of Colombia’s ELN talks to Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marín

‘Each person must say we won’t do this again.’ Guerrilla leader Pablo Beltrán of Colombia’s ELN talks to ...

Bolivia post

Bolivians have had to get used to doing without postal services, writes Amy Booth.


Two artists have invented a saint to protect residents from gentrification. Yohann Koshy reports.

Yuri Herrera

The Mexican political scientist talks drugs, racism and masculinity with Graeme Green.

Cochabamba fire

Not a sign of progress but a cause for alarm. Amy Booth reports from Cochabamba’s overlong dry season

Indigenous people, set to be robbed of their land rights, took their protest to Brasilia – to be rebuffed by armed forces.

Vanessa Baird writes on how agribusiness has mounted a coup against rural Brazilians.

Brazil coup

Vanessa Baird reports on Brazil’s unfolding rightwing takeover. Can it be stopped?

Women's rights Brazil: The state of sexism, rights of women and sexual minorities after the soft coup in Brazil
Womens’ and minority rights are disappearing since the soft coup in Brazil, reports Vanessa Baird.
Brazilian favelas

Favela dwellers speak to Vanessa Baird about police violence and creative resistance.

make a soft coup

This dish may seem challenging at first, but is guaranteed to impress your guests!

Operation Car Wash

Is it the world’s biggest corruption scandal? By Vanessa Baird.


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