Originally published 10/09/2017
Residents of a tiny Bolivian hamlet vividly recall the day the guerrilla leader was shot at their school. "For us, this was a time of suffering," says a woman who brought him soup.
Originally published 08/31/2017
Jonathan C. Brown
50 years later, we know.
Originally published 07/10/2015
Francis repeated familiar themes in sharply critiquing the global economic order and warning of environmental catastrophe — but also added a new twist with his apology.
Originally published 05/19/2015
Three skulls found in Bolivia have revealed that torture for reasons other than religious rituals and trophy-head taking was not just an iconographic feature of the pre-Columbian cultures in the region, but a very real practice.
Originally published 02/10/2015
Humans have been spewing pollution into the atmosphere for a long, long time
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