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· May, 2007

Stories about Latin America from May, 2007

Mexico: Hanging Cables a Concern for Tourist Bus in Mexico City

Philippines: Globalization Woes

Cuba: Closure of Venezuelan TV Station

Colombia: Global Voices Author Featured on Blogging TV Show

Ecuador: Railway Company Keeps Public Informed

Chile: Broadband Internet at Cheap Prices

Mexico: Abortion Figures After First Month

Guatemala: Touristic Image from the Outside

Bolivia: Troubles with the Constitutional Tribunal and a Bittersweet Mother's Day

Another varied week in the Bolivian blogosphere bring us news on the recent conflict involving the Constitutional Tribunal, the appearance of transvestites on the streets of Santa Cruz, a question...

Venezuela: Bloggers Mobilize For and Against the End of Transmission of Radio Caracas Television.

Radio Caracas Television's (RCTV) broadcast license was not renewed by the Venezuelan government, which opened up two fronts within the Venezuelan blogosphere. Blogs were created with the sole purpose to...

Honduras: President Orders Private Media Stations to Air Government Propaganda

Argentina: Too Many Airports Not in Service

Brazil, Uruguay: Videos of OLPC's XO Computer in Action

Colombia: Nostalgia for Colombian Television

Colombia: Bloggers Campaign for the Release of a 3-Year Old Hostage

Libertad para Emanuel is a blog that was started in order to call for the release of a 3-year old hostage taken by FARC guerrillas. Many other Colombian bloggers joined...

Brazil: New Round on the National Internet Policy Debate

There are not many issues in Brazil where you are able to find unanimity. But when you talk about messing with Internet freedoms, the defenders spring up from radically different...

Cuba: Welcome The Beatles

Argentina: Recap of Mayoral Debate

Nicaragua: English Language Blog Round-up

Ecuador: The Views of a Taxi Driver

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