Ireland has become the first country to introduce same-sex marriage through a referendum, thanks to a campaign that captured the hearts and minds of many Irish voters.
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The Leahy Law requires the U.S. government to withhold aid from foreign security forces that commit heinous crimes. A new guide helps human rights groups leverage the rule.
A new report details the abuse, humiliation, and lack of medical care endured by people seeking drug treatment in Puerto Rico.
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In Colombia, where offending the wrong people has been getting journalists killed for decades, the power of satire is that much more cherished.
Brazil has achieved historic reductions in poverty. Now, the country has identified improved public safety as a way toward sustainable development.
Five years after Port-au-Prince was devastated, a new photography book documents one of its most famous streets.
At a ceremony in the largest public park in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s former prime minister reflected on the city’s progress—and the many tasks ahead.
The hurdles facing the prosecution of a former military dictator on genocide charges show the complexities of coming to terms with horrific crimes of the past.
A newly released document from the investigation into the 2010–11 massacres of migrants in San Fernando paints a picture of official connections to organized crime.
An Inter-American Court decision addresses abuses committed by the military in the aftermath of a bloody siege at Colombia’s main court building in 1985.