In just one week, the leader of the main Honduran indigenous organization is imprisoned and the leader of a dockworkers’ union is attacked at his home.
Injured GM workers are still trying to get compensation and new jobs, while Chiquita continues to deny any responsibility for murders by the paramilitaries it paid off.
Students in Buenos Aires have been occupying their high schools to protest the mayor’s plan to “modernize” education by restricting curriculum choices.
Brazil's president calls off a visit to DC as the US is left trying to explain how spying on Brazil's oil company could be necessary for the war on terrorism.
An Egyptian court banned the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets confiscated as part of the military government’s crackdown on the group.
Supertankers to Ply the Great White Slushie
by Michael I. Niman, ArtVoice
Thousands of Romanians have been occupying Bucharest to protest plans by Canadian firm Gabriel Resources to establish Europe's biggest open-pit gold mine at Rosia Montana.