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· August, 2007

Stories about Latin America from August, 2007

Brazil: Tired of Philips

There is a popular saying in Brazil that goes like this: “Say whatever you want to and you will hear what you don’t”. Paulo Zottolo, the Latin American President of...

Barbados, Cuba, Venezuela: Literacy and Health Care

Cuba: Changes?

Cayman Islands: Caribbean Film Festival

Chile: Budgetary Needs for OLPC Project

Venezuela: Preview to Referendum Election Campaign

Brazil: Gunshots along the border

Argentina: Protesting Demolishment of Hotels

Argentina: A Book About Propaganda in Kirchner Government

Peru: An Opportunity for the Country

In the aftermath of the earthquake in Peru, some bloggers have continued to wonder who is to blame for the disappearance in aid and the sensationalist nature of the coverage....

Peru: The Profile of the President's Son

El Salvador: Media Coverage of MS-13

Brazil: The side effects of a ban on outdoor advertising

Colombia: Video Channel on Blog

Honduras: Relations with Taiwan

Uruguay: Taxes on Churches

Paraguay: The Soybean Wars

Brazil: “Rodeos” in the Amazon

Americas: Poll Numbers From Across the Region

Indians blog to defend against illegal logging along the Brazil-Peru Frontier

The Ashaninkas are the largest indigenous group in the Peruvian Amazon and differently from the majority of the South American original dwellers, their cultural identity is greatly preserved. Apart from...

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