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186 Social Leaders Assassinated in Colombia Since 2016
Over 500 threats against human rights defenders were also registered.
Mexican Authorities Under Fire From Human Rights Groups
Testimony from the father of an alleged victim reignited criticisms by human rights activists.
Cuba Denounces Human Rights Violations in Honduras
The Cuban official also criticized Organization of American States Secretary-General Luis Almagro for his “complicit silence."
Top Human Rights Group Demands Justice for Santiago Maldonado
Police say Maldonado's body was found in a river after going missing for more than two months.
Brazil's Temer Blames Minister as Slave Labor Decree Slammed
One of the measures outlined in the decree redefines slavery as being confined to "restrictions on the freedom of movement" of workers.