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· August, 2006

Stories about Latin America from August, 2006

29 August 2006

Bolivia: Petrol and YouTube

Mexico: Electoral Tribunal Rejects Acusations of Fraud

USA, Mexico: Hurricane Recovery

Bolivia: “Chicha and Internet Gardens”

Cuba: Sex tourism

Cuba, Bahamas, USA: Moral authority

Chile: The Day that Pinochet Dies

Publicist Roberto Arancibia is one of Chile's most popular bloggers. His affable tone and optimistic perspective are adept at parsing a variety of topics. Yet rarely does his blog, El...

27 August 2006

Blogging the Week in Peru

Este artículo también está disponible es español. These past few days, apart from the appointments of new government employees, it has been President Garcia's dogged persistence in fulfilling some of...

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — anti-terrorism law

El Salvador has a legislative National Assembly where no party holds absolute sway. While the majority of deputies are from parties which will work with the President Saca's ARENA party,...

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