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· January, 2006

Stories about El Salvador from January, 2006

Caribbean: BlogHer's site launches

BlogHer's new “internationalized” site is now online, with Karen Walrond covering Latin America and the Caribbean.

Caribbean: The Taíno & Catholicism

Indigenous issues blog Voice of the Taino people links to an article entitled “Christianity, Capitalism, Corporations, and the Myth of Dominion”, noting that the “Roman” Catholic Church still has not...

El Salvador: Outpouring of Tributes for Handal

Both Tim's El Salvador Blog and Leftside comment on the outpouring of support at the funeral of former leftist political leader, Schafik Handal. The U.S. – El Salvador Sister Cities...

El Salvador: Highest Murder Rate in Latin America

Tim points to a new report by Prensa Grafica which lists El Salvador as having the highest murder rate in Latin America.

El Salvador: Blog Recommendations

Hunnapuh recommends Tim's El Salvador Blog as a site of good commentary and excellent documentation. Tim, meanwhile, has three short notes about El Salvador today.

El Salvador: Pirated CD Vendors Protest New Law

Both Tim and Salvador Canjura blog about the street protests by pirated CD vendors against a new CAFTA-related law, which brings tougher enforcement and punishments against vendors of copyright-infringed products....

El Salvador: 2005 Statistics and 2006 Predictions

Tim has some statistics to remember 2005 while Hunnapuh offers 20, mostly satirical, prophecies (ES) for 2006 including the introduction of 3 liter sodas and that the U.S. will have...

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