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· June, 2008

Stories about Latin America from June, 2008

Puerto Rico: Sacred Journey

Cuba: Developing Hackers

Cuba: Waiting in Miami

Cuba: The Church and Gay Rights

Bolivia: The Unveiling of Bolivia OS

Cuba: Above average

Ecuador: Constituent Assembly President Steps Down

The president of the Ecuadoran Constituent Assembly, Alberto Acosta, recently stepped down. Many local bloggers are wondering the role that President Rafael Correa and his political party had in this...

Uruguay: International Airport Website Tools

Cuba: Exploring Oil

Kazakhstan: Highway to prosperity

Colombia: Conclusions from Blogger Gathering

Bolivia: Autonomy Referendum in Tarija

Cuba: EU sanctions

Mexico: Food Products Price Fixed

Mexico: 12 Die at Nightclub Raid

El Salvador: Bus Fare Hikes Cause Protests

Costa Rica: The Active Arenal Volcano

Venezuela: Government Halts Proposed Education and Intelligence Policy Changes

In 2007, when President Hugo Chávez announced that he was going to begin the “5 engines for the construction of socialism in Venezuela,” he did not know that one year...

Cuba: Election Summer

Cuba: Europe to Lift Sanctions

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