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· November, 2010

Stories about Latin America from November, 2010

Brazil: WikiLeaks cable reveals suspected terrorists arrested on narcotics charges

Mexico: Climate Change Talks in Cancun

Venezuela: Uses Crowdsourcing to Report on Heavy Rains

Cuba: Content of Cables

Cuba: The Remaining 11

Guatemala: Film Festival Under the Moonlight

Uruguay: Video Podcast About E-Government in Uruguay

Latin America: Summary of Several Leaked Documents on the Region

El Salvador: New Law Targets Violence Against Women

Bolivia: Similarities Between El Alto and Rio de Janeiro

Panama: Asylum for Former Colombian Security Director Creates Controversy

The Panamanian government's decision to grant asylum to former director of the Colombian Administrative Department of Security -who is accused of illegal phone wiretapping- has sparked reactions on social networks...

Brazil: Cartoons of slum violence

Brazil: Three proposals to ease Rio chaos

Brazil: Letter from the Digital Culture Forum for internet freedom

Brazil: Milo Manara, master of erotic comics, visits Brazil

Brazil: Youth using citizen media to chronicle Rio violence

Chile: Blog Focusing on Santiago's History and Culture Wins BiblioRedes Contest

Mexican Internet Users Spend More Time On The Net Than Watching TV

Uruguay: Study Shows How Family Dynamic Impacts Education

Brazil: Bloggers react to wave of violence in Rio de Janeiro

A recent wave of violence has frightened residents of Rio de Janeiro and reignited a familiar public debate on security in the city. A great wave of panic, in part...

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