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Colombia Has Lost its Fear: The Strike Lives

by Medios Libres Cali, originally in Spanish. First released in English by Crimethinc. Header photo by AP, all others by Medios Libres Cali. Update: Since the following text was written, President Ivan Duque of Colombia...

Terrorized by Police Raids and Mass Displacement, Rio Prepares for Olympics

Translated by Martha Pskowski prepared this article for publication in English. At least 77,206 people have already been displaced from Rio de Janeiro as the city prepares to host the Olympic Games on August 5-21,...

As European Governments Restrict Nuclear Power, Investors Focus on Brazil

The Brazilian government is working toward restarting its nuclear program, which includes the construction of 12 nuclear power plants that will be producing electricity by 2050. The country already has two nuclear power stations,...

In Brazil, Demarcation of Indigenous Lands Stalls and Violence Worsens

Adenilson da Silva Nascimento, a 54-year-old indigenous man better known as Pinduca Tumpinambá, grew up and lived his entire life in his village in the region known as Serra desTempes, Olivença, in the northeastern Brazilian...

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Guatemala: Maya Q’eqchi’ Community Evicted by Agroindustry in El Estor

Land grabs and violence continue against Indigenous communities in Guatemala. The eviction of Maya Q’eqchi’ families from Buena Vista Tzinté is a stark reminder of ongoing injustices.

World Bank Pursues Land Grabs for “Energy Transition”

World Bank announces more resources for land certification throughout the world; the objective is to provide legal security for the “energy transition.”

Construction of Mexico’s Largest Solar Project in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec Conceals Impacts

Energy produced in the solar farm in the community of Comitancillo will power the green hydrogen plant in the Interoceanic Corridor