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· October, 2006

Stories about Latin America from October, 2006

Honduras, Uganda: Kiva Microfinancing

Chile: Desert Documentary Heads to Rome

Bolivia: National Book Reviews

Argentina: Music: Pablo Dacal Live

Mexico: Oaxaca and Mexico City

Brazil: Election Analysis

Mexico: First Hand Account of Oaxaca Violence

Hugo Chavez in the Iranian left-wing blogs

Hugo Chavez, the leftist Venezuelan President, has developed a very friendly relationship with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian Islamist President. Iran even awarded the Venezuelan President its highest state medal for...

Nicaragua: US Conservatives Support Rizo

Mexico: The last moments of Bradley Roland Will

Journalism seems like a precarious profession to practise in Mexico. It's ranked by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) as one of the most dangerous places to be a journalist....

Violence and Misinformation Abound in Oaxaca

The usually tranquil Southern Mexican tourist town of Oaxaca – with its large, shaded plaza and gallery-lined alleys – had transformed into a political pressure cooker over the past few...

Brazil: Lula Cruises to Big Victory

Venezuelan Bloggers: A Lot More Than Politics

Regular readers of the Global Voices “daily links” coming out of Venezuela are probably left with the impression that – just a month from presidential elections – the entire country,...

Mexico: The Streets of Tijuana

Guatemala: Marimba

Mexico: Teachers Return to Classrooms, APPO Wants Proof

Brazil: E-Democracy of E-Fraud?

Argentina: NGO Photo Blog

Argentina: Gender Equality Survey

Nicaragua: Total Abortion Ban

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