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The civil society group, “Salvando Vidas, desde San Pedro Sula al Hemisferio,” held an event on October 11, at the Salon Emperador III of the Copantl Convention Center.

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October 7th marked the fortieth anniversary of the first time the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo took to the square with the iconic white handkerchiefs wrapped around their heads.

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According to the majority of people who live in Rio, drug users are to blame for the violence in the city to a greater extent than the dealers are.

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FARC dedicated an homage to “Mono Jojoy” in El Apogeo, a cemetery south of Bogotá, remembering him as “defender of the poor.” In Caquetá, “la disidencia” paid him tribute with arms.

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From 2010 to 2015, the drug cartel system in Mexico has transformed to increase profits.

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In Nicaragua, there have been 44 violent murders against women between January and September.

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September 22nd marks the seventh anniversary of the death of Mono Jojoy, or Victor Julio Suárez from FARC.

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After thirty-six years, the fight for justice continues for the victims and survivors of the El Mozote massacre of 1981. Although a 1993 law of Amnesty buried the case, Jorge Guzmán Urquilla, judge of San Francisco Gotera, reopened the investigations in September of 2016.

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Violence in Rio de Janeiro has finally reached its breaking point, as protests are continuing to rip the city apart.

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of the military invasion of the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, which saw almost three thousand soldiers and police officers storm the university campus in a violent attack on students and professors.

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