New in Ceasefire, Politics - Wednesday, September 11, 2013 18:16 - 0 Comments
To commemorate 40 years since the US-aided 1973 coup in Chile, Ceasefire presents 'Living Presence' a video documentary by Ross Domoney following the story of six women who revisit the site of their torture and incarceration under the Pinochet regime. One of the women, Patricia Pizarro speaks to Christina Rebel.
New in Ceasefire, Politics - Monday, September 19, 2011 14:58 - 0 CommentsAs the US marked the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Chileans commemorated their own similarly-dated tragedy: Pinochet's CIA-assisted 1973 coup against president Salvador Allende. Ceasefire's Sebastião Martins reflects on the meaning of the 'other' 9/11.
New in Ceasefire, South of The Border - Monday, November 22, 2010 20:38 - 0 CommentsIn the news this week in Latin America: Dominican Republic tightens border as Haitian cholera epidemic spreads, Former Guatemalan Interior Minister accused of ordering killings, Chávez warns fugitive head of Globovisión, and Yale to return Macchu Picchu relics. Ceasefire correspondent Tom Kavanagh delivers his weekly round up of what's been going on south of the border.
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, September 27, 2010 0:00 - 2 CommentsIn the news this week in Latin America: Brazil's bails out its oil company, Mexican mayors escape to the US, rising insecurity in Argentina and much more. Ceasefire correspondent Tom Kavanagh delivers his weekly round up of what's been going on south of the border.
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, September 6, 2010 1:07 - 1 CommentIn this week's Latin America news round up: a prisoner hunger strike against anti-terror law in Chile, Chavez goes on the attack, Uribe under fire and much more. Our correspondent Tom Kavanagh reports.
Politics, South of The Border - Monday, August 16, 2010 1:54 - 1 CommentThe past few years have been interesting times in Latin America, and this week was no exception: from protests in Bolivia, to a Brazilian possible u-turn on the Iran question to the remarkable warming of relations between Chavez and his Colmbian neighbours. In this week's dispatch, our correspondent Tom Kavanagh reports on what's been going on south of the border...
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