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“This is an issue of power: whoever controls the information, controls the the power.”

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DHS Is Obsessed With the Refugee Caravan, and Rights Groups Are Calling Out the Bluff
Those Arrested for Pot Possession are Still Mostly Black and Latino – WNYC
Apoyan la existencia de almacenes de suministros en los pueblos … – El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Dan malas notas al Departamento de Seguridad – El Vocero de Puerto Rico
April 25 Puerto Rico omnibus hearing canceled
The battle over Colombia’s coca fields
Miguel Díaz-Canel: The man succeeding the Castros
Cuba’s Raúl Castro hands over power to Miguel Díaz-Canel
The Amazon’s solar-powered river bus
Frida Kahlo Barbie doll banned from shop shelves in Mexico
‘The largest foreign bribery case in history’
Nicaragua reporter killed during Facebook Live amid unrest
Canadian accused of murder is lynched in Peruvian Amazon
Nicaragua president scraps pension cuts after deadly riots
‘Big divisions’ in Latin America
Mario Abdo Benítez wins Paraguay’s presidential election
In Cuba’s National Assembly, Raúl Castro marks last moments of his family’s rule
Imprisonment of ex-president Lula seen as potential turning point for Brazil
Van plows into pedestrians in Toronto, injuring several
Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia: El Supremo federal analiza las restricciones a inmigración http://bit.ly/2KakCBS pic.twitter.com/ZkgLNrPcV9
Twitter Search / UnivisionPR: Donald Trump, el rey de la arbitrariedad. http://uni.vi/3TiR1012TCq  opinión de @maribelhastings.pic.twitter.com/pfrFjwl8Lt
Puerto Rico Media – Opinions from mikenova (7 sites): el nueva dia opinion – Google News: El cierre de planteles escolares podría aumentar la deserción – El Nuevo Dia.com
Caribbean Business: April 25 Puerto Rico omnibus hearing canceled
Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia: La Cámara analizará el cierre de cuarteles en la montaña http://bit.ly/2HL354S pic.twitter.com/TKOksAHpl4

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“This is an issue of power: whoever controls the information, controls the the power.”

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Posted by NBCLatino on Monday, April 23rd, 2018 9:30pm
Retweeted by mikenov on Monday, April 23rd, 2018 10:53pm

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DHS Is Obsessed With the Refugee Caravan, and Rights Groups Are Calling Out the Bluff

“When white supremacists run the government, it’s each of our responsibilities to show that they don’t speak for us.”
Those Arrested for Pot Possession are Still Mostly Black and Latino – WNYC
 


WNYC
Those Arrested for Pot Possession are Still Mostly Black and Latino
WNYC
A WNYC analysis of police data shows blacks and Hispanics still make up the majority those arrested for marijuana possession, even in precincts that are mostly populated by whites and other racial groups. Len Rodberg, a retired Queens College professor 
Apoyan la existencia de almacenes de suministros en los pueblos … – El Vocero de Puerto Rico
 


El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Apoyan la existencia de almacenes de suministros en los pueblos  
El Vocero de Puerto Rico
El Departamento de Seguridad Pública (DSPR) y el Negociado de Manejo de Emergencias favorecieron hoy que los municipios de la montaña, Vieques y Culebra, tengan varios almacenes con suministros, provisiones.and more » 

 provisiones y equipos de emergencia para actuar 
Buscan que se hagan almacenes de suministros de emergencia para eventos atmosféricosPrimera Horaall 1 news articles » 

Dan malas notas al Departamento de Seguridad – El Vocero de Puerto Rico
 


El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Dan malas notas al Departamento de Seguridad
El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Se cumplió un año desde que se aprobó la ley que creó el Departamento de Seguridad Pública (DSP) con la promesa de que ayudaría a reducir el crimen, controlaría los gastos de las agencias consolidadas y crearía agencias de seguridad más eficientes 
April 25 Puerto Rico omnibus hearing canceled

Judge Swain to hold new hearing on June 6
The battle over Colombia’s coca fields

Despite the 2016 peace deal, the country’s cocaine trade is still flourishing.
Miguel Díaz-Canel: The man succeeding the Castros

Miguel Díaz-Canel is set to be Cuba’s new leader after almost 60 years with a Castro at the helm.
Cuba’s Raúl Castro hands over power to Miguel Díaz-Canel

For the first time in almost six decades, Cuba has a leader who is not a Castro.
The Amazon’s solar-powered river bus

How can you create public transport in the jungle without polluting it£ The isolated Achuar peoples of Ecuador have created an ingenious solution.
Frida Kahlo Barbie doll banned from shop shelves in Mexico

A court rules the artist’s family, who said the doll was too light-coloured, own her image rights.
‘The largest foreign bribery case in history’

Brazil’s Odebrecht scandal is one of the biggest corporate corruption cases in history.
Nicaragua reporter killed during Facebook Live amid unrest

Ángel Gahona is gunned down on Facebook Live while reporting on a wave of anti-government protests.
Canadian accused of murder is lynched in Peruvian Amazon

Police find the body of a Canadian man who was accused of murdering an indigenous spiritual leader.
Nicaragua president scraps pension cuts after deadly riots

President Daniel Ortega revokes pensions and social security cuts after at least 25 people die in riots.
‘Big divisions’ in Latin America

European societies are more divided and less tolerant than 10 years ago, a poll for the BBC shows.
Mario Abdo Benítez wins Paraguay’s presidential election

The candidate from the ruling Colorado Party, Mario Abdo Benítez, is elected after a close-fought race.
In Cuba’s National Assembly, Raúl Castro marks last moments of his family’s rule

The gathering plans to formally vote for a new leadership — the first outside the Castro family since Fidel swept to power nearly 60 years. But the succession was carefully orchestrated and few major policy shift were expected.

Imprisonment of ex-president Lula seen as potential turning point for Brazil

Nation wonders whether a sweeping corruption probe marks a temporary crackdown — or a sustainable shift in Latin American governance.

Van plows into pedestrians in Toronto, injuring several

Authorities said it was unclear whether the driver had deliberately targeted the pedestrians.
Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia: El Supremo federal analiza las restricciones a inmigración http://bit.ly/2KakCBS pic.twitter.com/ZkgLNrPcV9
 

El Supremo federal analiza las restricciones a inmigración http://bit.ly/2KakCBS 

 Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia

Twitter Search / UnivisionPR: Donald Trump, el rey de la arbitrariedad. http://uni.vi/3TiR1012TCq  opinión de @maribelhastings.pic.twitter.com/pfrFjwl8Lt
 

Donald Trump, el rey de la arbitrariedad. http://uni.vi/3TiR1012TCq  opinión de 

 Twitter Search / UnivisionPR

Puerto Rico Media – Opinions from mikenova (7 sites): el nueva dia opinion – Google News: El cierre de planteles escolares podría aumentar la deserción – El Nuevo Dia.com
 


El Nuevo Dia.com
El cierre de planteles escolares podría aumentar la deserción
El Nuevo Dia.com
“Esto va a traer una absoluta deserción escolar”, auguró el senador al explicar que, como un asunto de seguridad, algunos padres y madres no enviarán a sus hijos a las escuelas asignadas. Carrasquillo explicó que las situaciones de violencia o abuso en 

 el nueva dia opinion – Google News

 Puerto Rico Media – Opinions from mikenova (7 sites)

Caribbean Business: April 25 Puerto Rico omnibus hearing canceled

Judge Swain to hold new hearing on June 6 Caribbean Business
Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia: La Cámara analizará el cierre de cuarteles en la montaña http://bit.ly/2HL354S pic.twitter.com/TKOksAHpl4
 

La Cámara analizará el cierre de cuarteles en la montaña http://bit.ly/2HL354S 

 Twitter Search / ElNuevoDia

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