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After a court annulled all the sentences against him, Brazil’s ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is back in the running...

A 'Women United Against Bolsonaro' solidarity demonstration in London, 2018. Credit: Esdras Beleza/Flickr

While Argentina wins abortion rights, in Brazil even a pregnant 10-year-old is threatened and coerced to give birth, writes...

The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo during their weekly demonstration to establish the fate of their disappeared children and grandchildren during the 1976-83 dictatorship. Credit: Julio Etchart/Majority World.

Massive foreign debts and an impoverished population are intensifying age-old conflicts over natural resources in this...

ILYA sets ‘Apolitical Intellectuals’ to a modern tune, as he remembers the life of the Guatemalan revolutionary poet. 

ILYA sets ‘Apolitical Intellectuals’ to a modern tune, as he remembers the life of the Guatemalan...

Stephanie Boyd reports from the Peruvian Amazon on the fight to get adequate healthcare that respects...

After months of unconstitutional rule since Jeanine Áñez’s military-backed coup, Richard Swift gives a...

Bolsonaro’s desperate pledges to Trumpism have not paid off, argues Leonardo Sakamoto

President of Peru Martín Vizcarra, prior to swearing in his cabinet in 2018. WikiCommons

John Crabtree reports on the shock ousting of ‘anti-corruption’ president Martín Vizcarra.

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Richard Swift on Latin America’s first Muslim head of state.

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Carole Concha Bell speaks to defiant protesters who have been met with violence and intimidation ahead of...

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Carole Concha Bell on how projectionists have been censored for criticizing the Chilean government’s...

QAnon has a lot to learn from Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.

QAnon has a lot to learn from Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.

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Colombian technocrat Iván Duque Márquez is not exactly a fan of peace.

A trans sex worker takes to the streets of Tegucigalpa  Credit: Frauke Decoodt

How trans women in Honduras are helping their imprisoned sisters. Frauke Decoodt reports from Tegucigalpa...

A man takes rest on the roadside in a Carapicuiba City favela.  ​Image by Luiz Gonzaga De Souza/Pixabay

Leonardo Sakamoto reflects on the police killing of João Pedro Matos Pinto, a 14-year-old black boy, and...

With the climate emergency, this landmark case has taken on added urgency: the absolute imperative being now that carbon and water sequestering forests, and the biodiversity that they contain, are protected and kept intact.

Jan Goodey reports on the legal bid to save the Amazon fringe that could set a worldwide precedent for...

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