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Latin Americans have been ignored by politicians, the media and the national census. A new British-born generation is trying to change that.
Colombians are united by a fearless and growing rejection of everything that President Ivan Duque represents.
The combination of low wages, rising living costs, meagre pension provisions and expensive drugs are driving growing numbers of Chileans into debt and despair.
International institutions have allied with bond vigilantes to bludgeon Argentina into imposing policies that benefit investors and harm working people.
Plus, Corbyn vows to do "everything necessary" to stop no-deal Brexit and Trump prepared to meet Iranian president to discuss new nuclear deal.
The best weapon against the far-right president is to hurt the Brazilian economy.
Plus, Johnson warned Irish backstop is "indispensable", YouTube shuts down 210 China-linked channels, EU considers €100bn fund.
Canadian lawyer and political scientist Ajit Singh was part of a recent fact-finding mission organised by the End Venezuela Sanctions coalition. He tells the New Statesman what he saw there.
A brief explainer on the coup that never was.
Across the continent, the conservative right is attacking museums and challenging historic narratives – threatening to reopen barely healed wounds.
Those taking to the streets aren’t protesting Maduro’s ideology, but his failure to deliver on a promised vision. These people don’t have money to feed their families or buy basic goods.