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· January, 2008

Stories about Latin America from January, 2008

Brazil: Social blogging against paedophilia

Brazil: World's street children in charges

Brazil: The first ever local cyberculture festival

Bolivia: Place to Study in El Alto

Brazil: Amazon, deforestation and the future

Brazil: Veja magazine and the anti-journalism phenomenon

Brazil: Is it time to become media?

Brazil: More on the yellow fever panic caused by the media

Brazil: Police goes Wi-Fi on Carnival

Brazil: Recife is the most violent of the capitals

Cape Verde: Getting read to debate the blogosphere

Paraguay: An Introduction to a Growing Blogosphere

Muna Annahas, a Paraguayan blogger, writes her first Global Voices Online post and provides an introduction to the Paraguayan blogosphere. She provides examples of interesting academic, political, cultural, personal, and...

Brazil: 5 years of Filmes do Chico

Colombia: March Against the FARC

Guatemala: Ex-Minister of Education's Book

Chile: For Frustrated Journalists

Panama: 2008 Jazz Festival

Brazil: 48 murders at the weekend in Pernambuco

Ecuador: Marches in Guayaquil

Marches appeared in full force in the city of Guayaquil for a protest against the recent tax reform approved by the Constituent Assembly. Some have even called for greater autonomy...

Costa Rica: Environmental Rankings

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