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· January, 2007

Stories about Latin America from January, 2007

CAFTA and WiMax in Costa Rica

Three articles stand out this week: The first describes events that are a glimpse of what we will see once the CAFTA discussions begin, the second denounces the newspapers for...

Cuba: Fidel's video

Bolivia: Advice From and For Morales

Colombia: Same-Sex Unions

Argentina, Spain, USA: Technorati to Launch WTF?

Cuba, Mexico, USA: Reflections on Immigration

Bolivian Bloggers Give Their Verdict

This time last year, Bolivia and the rest of the world was buzzing about the inauguration of President Evo Morales and the novelty of it all. With approval ratings at...

Peru: Racism at the Beach

They say that to work is no offence, that there is no job that one should be ashamed of. It sounds logical, but not everyone seems to think that way....

Guatemala: Unearthing the Future

Colombia: Paramilitary Leader's PowerPoint Presentation

Argentina: On the Bus in Buenos Aires

Bolivia: Promoting Quechua and Aymara

Venzuela: Translations from Spanish

Nicaragua: Blogging in Granada

Peru: Personal Vs. Erotic

Cuba: Praying for Fidel

It's unlikely that Cuban president Fidel Castro will be any less of a polarising figure in death than he's been over the course of his long and colourful political career....

Puerto Rico: Whither reggaetón?

Cuba: A walking (photo) tour of Havana

Chavez Plans to Revoke Station's Broadcast License in Venezuela

Los Amigos Invisibles con Patricia [at RCTV] by Alfredo Izaguirre F. Hugo Chavez, shortly after his re-election in December for a term of 6 more years of governance, announced that...

Brazil Again: Blogs Banished from 2007 PanAm Games in Rio

The Brazilian blogosphere is becoming one of the main fronts in the battle against Internet censorship. The reason for that can be the growing audience created by the amount of...

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