No Se Mancha’s Top Ten from 2013

Will the Pumas take #1?

Will the Pumas take #1?

Happy News Years from the No Se Mancha team! In our first year we have covered everything from baseball in the Caribbean to money falling from the Bolivian skies, to the vicissitudes of Chilean politics, and everything in between.

As we prepare for a new year, here is a look back at our most popular stories from 2013:

10. Going Green: The Colombian Emerald Wars by Jimena Serrano, 4.22.2013

The death of Colombian Emerald Tsar Victor Carranza leaves an open thrown

The death of Colombian Emerald Tsar Victor Carranza leaves an open thrown

9. Gay Rights in Latin America: Francis Called It by James Stranko, 5.13.2013

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8. The Pacific Pumas by Samuel George, 2.20.2013

Latin America's Pacific Coast is looking west, and it is working

Latin America’s Pacific Coast is looking west, and it is working

7. The country of jabuticabas: Brazil’s path towards human development by Carlos Goes, 9.15.2013

A fruitful discussion

A fruitful discussion

6. Peru: The Growing Pains of a Puma Cub by Cornelius Fleischhaker, 9.29.2013

Living on a Prayer

Living on a Prayer

5. Bolivian Bonds: 007 Percent?!  by Alex Rosen, 8.20.2013

You may want to hide your face after this investment

You may want to hide your face after this investment

4. Sketches of Colombia by Samuel George, 7.22.2013

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3. Pumas, ALBA, Mercosur, and the Supposed South America Split by Samuel George, 8.12.2013

A house divided?

A house divided?

2. The Gringo’s Guide to Demonstrations in Brazil by Carlos Goes, 6.22.2013

The country of tomorrow, today

The country of tomorrow, today

1. Istanbul & São Paulo: A World Apart, a World United by Cornelius Fleischhaker, 6.19.2013

This might be istanbul, but Brazil is also on their minds

This might be istanbul, but Brazil is also on their minds

Thanks for reading! We look forward to more great stories in 2014!

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