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Latin America Today

Jul 28, 2012

Adam talks to Catalina Cock, executive director executive director of the Fundación Mi Sangre in Medellín Colombia. Started in 2006 by the musician Juanes, the foundation works with victims of Colombia's violence in Medellín and elsewhere.

Jul 28, 2012

Adam looks at a troubling human rights decision in Peru, the pacification program in Rio de janeiro, coca cultivation numbers in Colombia, and the death of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá.

Jul 20, 2012

Adam covers indigenous groups' confrontations with authorities and guerrillas in southwest Colombia, El Salvador's constitutional crisis, and the nomination of the next Southcom commander.

Jul 18, 2012

Adam talks to Professor Mark Ungar of Brooklyn College's Ph.D. Program in Criminal Justice about crime, narcotrafficking, U.S. policy and the challenges of police and judicial reform in Honduras.

Jul 13, 2012

Adam talks about the new security strategy of Mexico's President-elect; recent violence in southwestern Colombia; DEA involvement in hostilities in Honduras; and U.S. campaign rhetoric on Venezuela.