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Mexico 'colluded in disappearances'  The pressure group Human Rights Watch says Mexico has failed to properly investigate human rights abuses committed by the security forces Rio slum dwellers join peace run  Police officers and celebrities in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro joined about 1,500 residents in a race through a shantytown to celebrate... Brazil police storm illegal slum  Brazilian riot police have stormed an illegal settlement of landless workers in Sao Paulo state to reclaim the land for its private owners State of emergency extended in capital  Authorities extended a state of emergency indefinitely, an action that mobilizes the military to be in charge of securing the country instead of the police State of emergency in Ecuador extended  The investigators watch videos and review photographs to identify officers involved in last week's police uprising Ecuador declares state of emergency Map of Quito Ecuador
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B. 2014-02-20 World Cup 2014 gets security boost Brazil
2. 2013-08-30 Colombia troops to patrol Bogota Bogota, Colombia
D. 2013-02-20 Mexico 'colluded in disappearances' Mexico
E. 2012-05-27 Rio slum dwellers join peace run Rio de Janeiro
F. 2012-01-22 Brazil police storm illegal slum Sao Paulo
6. 2010-10-10 State of emergency extended in capital Ecuador
H. 2010-10-05 State of emergency in Ecuador extended Ecuador
2010-09-30 Ecuador declares state of emergency Quito, Ecuador
J. 2010-07-04 Mexicans head to polls; security in mind Mexico

  Colombia troops to patrol Bogota Map of Bogota Colombia
World Cup 2014 gets security boost


February 2014 ... more > Top ^
Feb.20   Brazil
  Brazil has announced a security boost of around 70,000 officers to police this year's football World Cup


year 2013 Top ^

Aug.30   Colombia
  Colombia is deploying troops in the capital, Bogota, following violent protests in support of a strike by small-scale farmers

Feb.20   Mexico


year 2012 Top ^

May.27   Rio de Janeiro
Jan.22   Sao Paulo


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.10   Ecuador
Oct.5   Ecuador
Sep.30   Ecuador
  Ecuador's government teetered on the verge of collapse, as police took to the streets of Quito, the capital, and physically attacked the president
 President Rafael Correa accuses the opposition and the security forces of a 'coup attempt'
Jul.4   Mexico   Mexicans head to polls; security in mind  Polls opened in 15 states in an election that could provide a boost for the opposition party amid concerns over escalating violence May.23   Jamaica State of emergency in Kingston Map of Kingston Jamaica
  Authorities in Jamaica declared a state of emergency after gang members blockaded a large swath of the city and attacked at least two police stations


year 2009 Top ^

Sep.22   Honduras   Hondurans surround Brazil embassy  Honduran security forces are patrolling the area in the capital after clashes with supporters of ousted president Manuel Zelaya Sep.21   Honduras   Curfew as Zelaya returns
  The Honduran authorities have imposed a round-the-clock curfew and shut down airports after the dramatic return of ousted President Jul.12   Honduras   Honduras lifts overnight curfew  The interim government has lifted the overnight curfew that has been in place since the ousting of President Manuel Zelaya Jun.28   Honduras New leader sets curfew  Interim President Roberto Micheletti has imposed an overnight curfew, hours after being sworn in Jun.8   Peru   Peru sets curfew after deadly clashes  A nervous calm settled over Peru, 3 days after clashes between indigenous citizens and national police left more than 30 dead

year 2008 Top ^

Sep.14   Bolivia Morales struggling to control Bolivia
  President Morales struggled to assert control as protesters set fire to a town hall and blockaded highways in opposition-controlled provinces
Sep.12   Bolivia 'State of siege' declared   Bolivian authorities declared a state of siege to begin at midnight in the eastern department of Pando, which has been the site of recent un... Jun.24   Mexico Police fired over stampede   The authorities have fired 17 police officers after a nightclub raid caused a stampede that killed 12 people Jan.30   Rio de Janeiro Police crisis before carnival  The police force in the city is facing a crisis after dozens of senior officers offered their resignations just days before the carnival

year 2007 Top ^

Jun.28   Mexico Mexico overhauls police chief training  Mexico would overhaul training of all state and federal police chiefs as the government seeks international help to fight organized crime

year 2006 Top ^

May.22   Sao Paulo Formal probe for shooting by police  Prosecutors have begun a formal probe into the 100 deaths in a wave of violence in the state


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