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· October, 2011

Stories about Latin America from October, 2011

Mexico: Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt over Anonymous’ #OpCartel

Over recent days many media outlets have widely publicized news about a video by Anonymous Mexico threatening the Zetas cartel as a response to the kidnapping of one of the...

Cuba: Off-Colour Remark in Red Light District

Cuba: Members of “Las Damas” Detained

Venezuela: Discovering New Attractions in El Hatillo

Peruvian Blogger Lists Some Universal Truths and Questions

Honduran Police Suspected of Killing Two University Students

Puerto Rico: Charly García Turns 60

Puerto Rico: Bike Messengers Take the Streets

Puerto Rico: Sports Journalism and Female Athletes

Puerto Rico: The Old San Juan in Photos

Puerto Rico: Remembering Luisa Capetillo

Puerto Rico: Rita Indiana's New Video

Puerto Rico: “Baleros” by Esoez

Colombia: Law 30 and “Operation Seventh Ballot” on Regional Election Day

Brazil: Police Restrain Students at the University of São Paulo

Military police launched a blitz operation at the University of São Paulo after approaching three students smoking marijuana on the night of October 27. Adriano Rangel reports.

Brazil: Mobilization Against Racism Towards Indigenous Peoples

Brazil: Niobium, National Mineral Wealth at Knock Off Prices?

Niobium, also known as columbium, is among the most utilized metals in the world, and Brazil has the great majority of global deposits. However, exploitation of niobium within Brazil raises...

Peru: Ica Hit by 6.7-Magnitude Earthquake

Cuba: Internet & Human Rights

Cuba: Dissident Fired

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