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· June, 2007

Stories about Latin America from June, 2007

Colombia: Outrage and Anger at FARC for the Death of 11 Lawmakers

Colombians awoke on the morning of June 28 to the news that 11 of 12 kidnapped deputies had been killed. The word from the FARC rebel group was that they...

Cuba: What's Important

Peru: New Video Website Portal

Ecuador: Palms for Life Brings Computers to Elementary Schools

Cuba: Bye Bye Blair

Paraguay: Upcoming Panel on Media, Power and Freedom of Speech

Uruguay: Three Goals Against – Just a Memory

Mexico: Monterrey is Much More than Industry

Peru: Sporting Cristal Coach Blogs on Copa America

Guatemala: An Open Internet – Anyone Can Blog

In the early 90s, the press was controlled, and only the privileged had access to the new internet phenomenon. Once the telecommunications industry was privatized, many more had access to...

El Salvador: The Passing of Poet Liliam Jiménez

Bolivia: Dangerous Television

Uruguay: Puzzling Things

Guatemala: Hacking Congress’ Website

Bolivia: The Coldest Night of the Year

Bonfires and food are a big part of the celebration of San Juan, which takes place on the eve of June 24 and is considered to be the coldest night...

Ecuador: Taking Advantage of Holidays

Nicaragua: State Involvement in Remittances

Guatemala: Anti-Campaigns

Chile: Mapping Torture Sites


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