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Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, the High Commissioner of the United Nations Human Rights Commision, concluded that the extraordinary measures, which the Salvadoran government has decided to use in order to combat gangs, are in violation of human rights and should be repealed.

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Mexicans have reason to doubt their government’s commitment to persecuting the human rights violations that occurred at Ayotzinapa.

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Colombia celebrated one year of peace between the state and the largest guerilla group: FARC. President Juan Manuel Santos and Rodrigo Londoño, leader of the FARC, met at Colón Theater where they signed a peace agreement a year before.

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From the beginning of his term, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto stated that his first obligation as president of the republic would be to uphold and execute the law.

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A new commission that intends to combat corruption in Guatemala has received nearly unanimous support, but President Jimmy Morales and the Congress have not taken significant action to demonstrate their commitment to tackling the issue.

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On November 24, the Casa Tachuelas Collective will hold a day called Sounds with Memory at the Universidad de Magdalena to commemorate the young rockers who were threatened, displaced, and murdered between 1995 and 2008 by the Northern Bloc of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia, AUC.

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The vicious cycle where communities give themselves to drug lords in Mexico is a result of the historic abandonment of these communities and the excessive violence that plagues them.

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The Inter-American Commission of Human Rights (CIDH) has requested that the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) adopt provisional measures in favor of the leader of Tupac Amaru, Milagro Sala, upon learning that there were broken precautionary procedures by the Argentinian Government.

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El Salvador’s Farabundo Martí Front for National Liberation, or FMLN, was an example for the Colombian peace process.

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Central America must openly recognize forced displacement, which has mainly been caused by violence, and respond to the needs of its citizens, said the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

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