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When corruption kills: The search for justice in Brazil and beyond
Thorough investigation and transparency are crucial if tragedies like the Santa Maria fire are to be avoided.
Last updated: 28 Mar 2013 06:47 GMT
New challenges for investigative journalism
Investigative reporting is the preferred scapegoat of the powerful when they have something to hide, writes Almeida.
Last updated: 27 Mar 2013 13:09 GMT
Ecuador airport moved to avoid fatal crashes
Pilots landing in Quito must weave around hills and buildings, resulting in numerous fatal accidents.
Last updated: 19 Feb 2013 09:11 GMT
Ecuador prepares for presidential vote
Polling stations set to open in election that incumbent president Rafael Correa is widely expected to win.
Last updated: 17 Feb 2013 02:54 GMT
Criminalising social protests
It is disheartening to see democratic governments criminalise social protests and revive the authoritarian practices.
Last updated: 14 Feb 2013 13:29 GMT
A dynamic year of indigenous communication
Indigenous media is a tool for self-determination, emancipation and revival of dying languages.
Last updated: 19 Oct 2012 10:37 GMT
Julian Assange, Ecuador, and the Belarus connection
A rights group is demanding WikiLeaks reply to claims it gave intelligence on dissidents to the Belarusian regime.
Last updated: 08 Sep 2012 16:58 GMT
Amazon dreaming: Ecuador's courageous president
Unfolding story of indigenous Achuar in Ecuador is a microcosm for our entire planet, says former "economic hitman".
Last updated: 08 Sep 2012 11:51 GMT
The politics of veils, 'polleras' and mini-skirts
Veils and "polleras" are modern expressions of "political contestation and negotiation" between state and society.
Last updated: 26 Aug 2012 07:53 GMT
Wikileaks' Assange set to address media
Founder of whistleblowing site to speak from Ecuador embassy in London, but risks arrest if he takes one step outside.
Last updated: 19 Aug 2012 10:01 GMT
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'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
At least 25 tax collectors have been killed since 2012 in Mogadishu, a city awash in weapons and abject poverty.
Down and out in upscale Japan
Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
3D printing and the future of disaster relief
3D printers can cheaply construct homes and could soon be deployed to help victims of catastrophe rebuild their lives.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
No escape for civilians in Syria
Kenya's fear of liberty
How citizens lead the search for Mexico's disappeared
Jerusalem: Don't call it a religious conflict
The US-China emissions deal likely meaningless
The death of international development
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