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LGBT activists hope a tragedy will lead to new legal protections.

  • Marina Lopes
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  • Brazil
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  • Mar 23
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Venezuela is cracking down on the country's bitcoin creators.

The illegal Colombian coca crop has exploded since 2013, and a State Dept. report says U.S. cocaine use is on the rise for the first time in nearly a decade.

The Colombian government announced this week that it has confiscated more than $98 million worth of assets from dissident FARC factions that have refused to demobilize and join the peace process.

Crime and protests were rampant while police refused to work.

  • Marina Lopes
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  • Brazil
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  • Mar 1
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The right-wing challenger who is leading has pledged to evict the WikiLeaks founder from the country's embassy in London.

A corruption scandal involving a Brazilian construction firm is now threatening politicians around Latin America.

If evicted, where would he go? All eyes will be on Moscow.

But Latin America has largely moved on from its populist demagogues.

Rex Tillerson's ExxonMobil lost its assets in Venezuela. But then it went next door.

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