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An “Essential” Act of Liberation: Venezuela Commemorates Start of Cuban ... - Venezuelanalysis.com

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Venezuela's Chavez to Africa – South America Summit: We Must Unite - Venezuelanalysis.com

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Venezuela's Chavez to Africa – South America Summit: We Must Unite Venezuelanalysis.com Mérida, 22nd February 2013 (Venezuelanalysis.com) – Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez in an open letter has urged countries of the South American and African...
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Lessons Learned From A Collaboration Without Borders in Latin America

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MediaShift . Lessons Learned From A Collaboration Without Borders in Latin America | PBS http://t.co/TMeNUDCh
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Latin America is world’s happiest region… with Panama and Paraguay boasting the planet’s most cheerful people

Latin America is world’s happiest region… with Panama and Paraguay boasting the planet’s most cheerful people | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
A poll of nearly 150,000 people around the world found that seven of the world's 10 countries with the most upbeat attitudes are in Latin America.
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Corruption Report on Latin America: Mixed Progress - Voice of America

Corruption Report on Latin America: Mixed Progress - Voice of America | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Christian Science MonitorCorruption Report on Latin America: Mixed ProgressVoice of AmericaOther Latin American countries that ranked near the bottom were Paraguay, with a score of 25, Honduras at 28, Nicaragua at 29, and Ecuador at 32.
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Climate change threatens population of sea turtle in Central America | Blue Channel 24

Climate change threatens population of sea turtle in Central America | Blue Channel 24 | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
RT @Coffeewarblers: Climate change threatens population of sea turtle in Central America.
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Can South America Become the New European Union? - Forbes

Can South America Become the New European Union? - Forbes | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Can South America Become the New European Union?
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Rainer Emily's curator insight, March 11, 2014 11:44 AM

Area/Geo- this article is all about the countries of South America and how they could become a part of theEuropean Union.

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Colombia pulls out of world court

Colombia pulls out of world court | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Colombia announces it will no longer recognise the world court, following last week's decision to redraw the maritime border with Nicaragua.
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Engaging tourism industry to end child sexual exploitation in Latin America - The Guardian

Engaging tourism industry to end child sexual exploitation in Latin America - The Guardian | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
The GuardianEngaging tourism industry to end child sexual exploitation in Latin AmericaThe GuardianIn 2011 the travel and tourism industry in Latin America contributed $364.3bn to GDP (8.6% of GDP) and it was one of the largest sectors in terms of...
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Ancient human remains found at Machu Picchu

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Recently excavated human remains discovered by archaeologists at Machu Picchu in Peru are being tested in the hope they will reveal further insights into the ancient people that used to live in the region.
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Violence against women in Latin America: Is it getting worse?

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Across Latin America, women are confronting a rise in brutal attacks – as advocates struggle to sustain the progress that's been made in curbing violence against women. (Violence against women in Latin America: Is it getting worse?
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How will the FARC-Colombia peace talks impact Latin America? - Christian Science Monitor

How will the FARC-Colombia peace talks impact Latin America? - Christian Science Monitor | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Christian Science MonitorHow will the FARC-Colombia peace talks impact Latin America?
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Could Central American gangs usurp the role of Mexican cartels?

Could Central American gangs usurp the role of Mexican cartels? | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Mexican groups currently use Central American gangs to launder money, infiltrate local police, and traffic drugs. With the crackdown on Mexican cartels, the role of Central American gangs could increase.
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Project Pietà | A fashion label born in the prisons of Latin America

Project Pietà | A fashion label born in the prisons of Latin America | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Pietà is an impertinent and alternative label born in the prisons of Lima, Latin America.
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Study abroad office eyes Latin America for expansion - GW Hatchet (subscription)

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Study abroad office eyes Latin America for expansion
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As offers to partner with Latin American colleges pour in, GW's study abroad office has targeted the booming region as its next area of growth.
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Mexican drug war one of the deadliest episodes in Americas - Tampabay.com

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Mexican drug war one of the deadliest episodes in Americas
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With at least an additional 70,000 deaths tied to drug violence, the numbers point to a brutal episode that ranks among Latin America's deadliest in decades.
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And the death toll is far from complete...

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Insights from Latin America - The News International

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Insights from Latin AmericaThe News InternationalWe always look towards the UK, the US and the Middle East for our ideals and models. The reasons for this are not difficult to figure out.
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A new hope for Latin America - The Yucatan Times

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The Yucatan TimesA new hope for Latin AmericaThe Yucatan TimesAccording to the report 2012 Latin American Economic Outlook produced by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Latin...
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Latin America's Moment » Guest Post: Latin America’s Working Women

Latin America's Moment » Guest Post: Latin America’s Working Women | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
O'Neil analyzes developments in Latin America and U.S. relations in the region.
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Colombia's Talks with the FARC: How Ceasefires Complicate Peace

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The country's Marxist guerrillas have pledged to stop shooting as peace talks with the government get underway—but in Colombia, nothing is ever that simple.
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UN: Latin American poverty rate lowest in 3 decades, with 1 million fewer poor ... - Washington Post

Times of IndiaUN: Latin American poverty rate lowest in 3 decades, with 1 million fewer poor ...Washington PostSANTIAGO, Chile — The number of people living in poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean has dropped to its lowest level in three...
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Latin America And Caribbean: Unemployment On The Decline - Eurasia Review

Latin America And Caribbean: Unemployment On The Decline - Eurasia Review | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Latin America And Caribbean: Unemployment On The DeclineEurasia ReviewA joint study on the employment situation of the region, developed by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, or ECLAC, and the International Labor...
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Unasur Approves Plan to Tackle South American Poverty : Peruvian ...

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Governments from the Union of South American Nations approved on Tuesday an immediate two-year plan aimed at reducing poverty and social inequality, Peru's.
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Spain asks former Latin American colonies for investment to help it through ... - Washington Post

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Sky News AustraliaSpain asks former Latin American colonies for investment to help it through ...Washington PostPrime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Spain had invested heavily in Latin America when it suffered a crisis 10 years ago, and now that the...
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Latin America's income inequality falling, says World Bank

Latin America's income inequality falling, says World Bank | Studying Latin America | Scoop.it
Region now has as many middle class people as those who are poor thanks to rapid growth in incomes, study reveals (RT @Ricamconsult: Quem diria que o Brasil e a América Latina virariam modelos de combate à desigualdade social?
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