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· April, 2006

Stories about Latin America from April, 2006

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — abortion and gay marriage

A variety of issues have been discussed in the Salvadoran blogosphere in past weeks. Much discussion went to Jack Hitt's article in the April 9, 2006 Sunday New York Times...

Venezuela: New CNE Board and Friday Night Fiesta

Mexico: Review of the Debate

Mexico: Presidential Race Attracts Bumps Up Bandwidth

Bolivia, Venezuela, Cuba: Morales’ TCP

Mexico: Debate Didn't Change Voters’ Decisions

Argentina: History Finds a Home

World: Farmer's Market International Parade

Ukraine: Markets Won't Wait

Honduras, El Salvador: Defining Boundaries

Guatemala: Mayan Translators

Brazil: Portuguese and Indigenous Languages

El Salvador: Pro Life Nation

Costa Rica: Supreme Court to Discuss Gay Marriage

Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador: “Abstinencewatch™ Scorecard”

Nicaragua, Costa Rica: Immigrant Rights

World: Handwriting Meme

48 Missing Detainees Wrongly Identified

“Courtyard 29” is a communal grave place, located in the General Cemetery (ES) of the capital, Santiago. In 1991, 124 missing detainees from the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship, were found and...

Filipino boxer faces tough challenge

Cuba: Female dissident beaten

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