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· November, 2014

Stories about Latin America from November, 2014

Position-ography: ‘I Know What You Did Last Term’

Mexico's Missing Ayotzinapa Students Are More Than Just a Number

Actors and illustrators are dedicating work to the missing student teachers in an effort to humanize them beyond the oft-cited number 43.

The Internet of Things and Smart Crops

National Conference on Internet Governance in Ecuador

Venezuela: Draft Law Would Criminalize Online Protest, Remove Checks on Surveillance

Under the law, a person using digital media to “promote or attack the constitutional order” or “disrupt public peace” could face between one and five years behind bars.

Colombians Push for Peace After Kidnapping Derails FARC Talks

"It is difficult to achieve peace when bullets are flying."

Victims Reveal Culture of Rape and Silence at Brazil's Top University

Two female students accuse University of São Paulo's medical college of pressuring them to not report the incidents to protect the school's reputation.

11-Year-Old Girl Starts Petition Calling for Mexican President's Resignation

Using Your Reflex Camera From Your Cellphone? Lumera!

Colombian Economic Deceleration, Is the Government Aware of This Situation?

Paddington Bear Visits the Land of His Peruvian Forefathers

Recreating Life of Comechingon People

Murder of Beauty Queen and Her Sister Reminds Honduras of the Horror of Machismo Violence

After police announced they had found the women's bodies, Twitter users expressed their grief over the sad news.

Mexico ‘Adrift'!

Let's Keep Fighting Gender-Based Violence!

The Tragedy in Mexico's Iguala Is a ‘Game Changer’

Rural Tourism at Itapeby Country House in Argentina

The New York Times Joins Clamor to Change US Policy Toward Cuba

The newspaper has called on President Obama to make a litany of changes to the country's foreign policy toward its Caribbean neighbor, including ending its embargo and resuming diplomatic relations.

Recycling Workers Are Leading the Zero Waste Charge in Brazil

Recycling workers have spearheaded the launch of a national Zero Waste Alliance in Brazil, which seeks to have all materials of a product be reused, recycled or composted.

How Traditional Schooling Is Contrary to Natural Learning

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