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Oct 04-10 2017
Latin Americans Mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of Ernesto “Che” Guevara
News in Brief
Editorials & Commentary
Potentially Damaging Genetic Modifications in Soy Flummox Uruguay
Three Violent Attacks Highlight the Issues of Violence and Discrimination Against Women in Peru
Maduro vs. Orwell
Internal Conflict within El Salvador’s FMLN Party
Peronism’s Past in Contemporary Argentine Politics
Mexico’s Presidential Hopefuls from the North and South Take the Stage at INE
War, Peace, Drugs & Violence
Civil Society Discusses Violence in San Pedro Sula, Honduras
40 Years Later: The Madres de la Plaza de Mayo Keep Fighting
Who is to Blame for Rio’s Violence: Drug Dealers or Users Themselves?
Economy & Business
Explaining the Failure behind Entrepreneurial Undertakings in Mexico
Brazil’s Economic State is Out-of-Shape
Exploring Alternatives to Plastic in Costa Rica
Report Highlights Regional Bribery Trends and Names Mexico the Most Corrupt Country in Latin America (with the Dominican Republic as Runner Up)
Quinoa: The Gold of the Andes
Gender Ideology Debates in Paraguay
Strategic Roles Added to Chile’s Customs Services to Improve Border Protection
Repeated Shootings on Venezuela and Colombia Border Lead to Tensions
UN Organization Releases Secure App to Provide “Truthful Information” for Migrants
Latin America & US
Puerto Rico’s Immoral Debt and Trump
Mexico’s Caution in Negotiating NAFTA with the United States
Apathy and Disinterest Mark the Nicaraguan Municipal Elections
Latin America & World
Colombia Worried About the Low Level of English Spoken by Its Citizens
Europeans Favor Argentine Meat
Land Protections Limit Geothermal Expansion into the Tacna Region of Peru
Forest Fires Projected to Hit Record Highs in Brazil Since 2004
Plastic Bag Ban Falters in Panama
Arts & Entertainment
Religion and Photography in Guatemala
Conservative Politicians in Brazil are Degrading Art According to Brazilian Actress
Remembering Violeta Parra’s Distinctly Latin American Voice
Travel & Tourism
Buenos Aires Benefits from International Students
Honduras Plans to Attract New Airlines to Decrease Ticket Prices
Rio’s Transcarioca is the Longest Urban Trail in Latin America
New Mexican Parks to Join UNESCO
Two Mexican parks have entered the network of UNESCO Geoparks.
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