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Brazil’s President Tells Armed Forces to Commemorate Military Coup

Brazil’s President Tells Armed Forces to Commemorate Military Coup

Brazilian soldiers attending a military ceremony in Brasília to mark the two decade-long military dictatorship that began on March 31, 1964.
In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

Anti-government protesters from Nicaragua living at a safe house across the border in Costa Rica.
In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

Anti-government protesters from Nicaragua living at a safe house across the border in Costa Rica.
Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Relatives of three people who disappeared in 2009, after a hearing of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica, on Thursday.
Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Relatives of three people who disappeared in 2009, after a hearing of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica, on Thursday.
In Costa Rica Election, Gay-Marriage Foe Takes First Round

In Costa Rica Election, Gay-Marriage Foe Takes First Round

Fabricio Alvarado in San José, Costa Rica. He won the first round of presidential voting on Sunday after campaigning against an international court’s demand that Costa Rica legalize same-sex marriage.
In Costa Rica Election, Gay-Marriage Foe Takes First Round

In Costa Rica Election, Gay-Marriage Foe Takes First Round

Fabricio Alvarado in San José, Costa Rica. He won the first round of presidential voting on Sunday after campaigning against an international court’s demand that Costa Rica legalize same-sex marriage.
Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

The former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori leaving a hospital in Lima, the capital, on Thursday. Mr. Fujimori received a Christmas Eve pardon from the current president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

The former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori leaving a hospital in Lima, the capital, on Thursday. Mr. Fujimori received a Christmas Eve pardon from the current president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
Peru’s Pardon of Fujimori Condemned by U.N. Rights Experts

Peru’s Pardon of Fujimori Condemned by U.N. Rights Experts

Relatives of victims of human rights violations during the tenure of President Alberto Fujimori of Peru, at a news conference in Lima on Wednesday.
Mexican Women Brutalized by Police Hope Day of Reckoning Is Near

Mexican Women Brutalized by Police Hope Day of Reckoning Is Near

Norma Aidé Jiménez Osorio testifying before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica, last month. She and 10 others accuse Mexican police officers of sexual abuse and torture.