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This is the best opportunity since 1998 that the opposition has to defeat the Bolivarian Revolution. So why are they...

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Michael Fox reports on the growing mobilization of workers against austerity, privatization and repression...

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Dan Baron Cohen’s debut column from the Brazilian Afro-indigenous community Cabalo Seco.

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We're up against a long history of bigotry, ignorance and disdain, writes Mark Engler

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Mambo Cósmico by Sonido Gallo Negro and Forest Bathing by A Hawk...

Nicaragua

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Social security reforms have triggered an unprecedented wave of anger against the government. Dánae Vílchez...

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The Hondurans who took to the streets following the election were met by a hailstorm of teargas and sometimes live gunfire,...

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A large-scale dam in the Amazon is leading to dangerously high levels of mercury in indigenous communities...

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Brazil’s former president is now serving a long jail sentence. Mariana T Noviello reports.

Opposition candidate Fabricio Alvarado from the National Restoration Party. Photo: Gustavo Fuchs

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Right-wing Fabricio Alvarado may have lost, but his party’s rise remains worrying, writes Gustavo Fuchs.

Paraguay

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Paraguay’s land activists are under attack. Toby Hill profiles the...

Anabela Carlón Flores

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Nick Dowson speaks with the indigenous lawyer and campaigner fighting a gas pipeline in Mexico.

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She was a young, black, city councillor – and a beacon of hope in her Rio favela and for Brazil. Vanessa Baird...

A Fantastic Woman

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‘Transcendent and deeply moving from the first to the last’: our March film reviews.

Cochabamba

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Amy Booth bids farewell to Cochabamba and shares what the ‘big village’ has revealed to her.

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Young people in Brazil reconnect with their African roots, by Amy Hall.

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