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· May, 2006

Stories about Chile from May, 2006

Argentina, Chile: El Chaltén

Public Schools students coordinate Strike by fotoblogs

More than 40,000 public school students (and now some private (ES) as well) have participated in mobilizations all over Chile in the last weeks. They are asking for free public...

Chile, Argentina, and Latin America's Two Lefts

After years in the shadows – and only referenced for its Cold War legacy – Latin America is back in the limelight. The world over, economic liberalization has been the...

Chile: Demanding Better Cell Phone Service

Chile: New RSS Aggregator

Chile, Mexico: Valentina Palma's Letter and Video

Chilean Bloggers Update

Normally, Chilean bloggers have common concerns in their blogs, but this week coordination just didn’t happen. So, this is a cocktail of news. Leo Prieto (ES) , posts about his...

Argentina: Free Wi-Fi for Buenos Aires

El Salvador, Peru, Mexico, Chile: Internet Day

Mexico: Violence and Backlash in San Salvador Atenco

This much we know for sure. On May third and fourth, in the Mexican town of San Salvador Atenco, riots broke out which resulted in 200 arrests and 50 injured...

Mexico: Chilean Anthropologist Beaten and Deported

Peru, Chile: Chileans’ Pick for Peru's President

Bloggers Opinions About a Proposed Euthanasia Law

A new law proposed to legislate euthanasia in Chile has been very controversial. Two main reasons: 1.) it was proposed by two deputes from the government coalition (left wing) without...

Chilean Blog Contest: The Winners

While some bloggers in the world have legal problems because of posting their ideas on their blogs, it's ironic that in Chile were celebrating the first Latin America Blog contest....

Chile: Atina Blog Awards

Kiskeya: Conference on Haitiano-Dominican Relations

Chile: Las Torres Del Paine

Bloggers Against Vandals’ Disorders on May 1

Photo by new camerons The Workers United Centre (CUT) commemorates the first of May every year, all over the main cities of the country. In Santiago a peaceful march on...

Chile, Panama: Earthquakes

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