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· August, 2008

Stories about Latin America from August, 2008

21 August 2008

Peru: On Being Peruvian

19 August 2008

Barbados: Environmental Management

Dominican Republic: Overview of Twitter

Peru: Children's Play Inside a Moving Bus

Venezuela: No Gas to Cook

Costa Rica: Cancer Patient Update

Paraguay: Following Lugo's Inauguration on Flickr

Paraguayan president Fernando Lugo started the use of Flickr in January 2008 as a way to document his appearances during the campaign. After being sworn in as the new president...

17 August 2008

Brazil: Farewell to Dorival Caymmi

Angola, Brazil: A culture shock divide

Angola and Brazil's special relationship means that business between the two former Portuguese colonies is booming - as well as migration both ways across the Atlantic. But, how are these...

Peru: One Year After the Pisco Earthquake

One year after a powerful earthquake struck the southern part of Peru, many bloggers look back and note the lack of progress. Most of the blame falls on the local,...

Haiti, Cuba: Tropical Storm Fay

16 August 2008

AIDS 2008: Lifting the Travel Ban on HIV-Positive People

The XVII International AIDS Conference ended in Mexico City last week, leaving participants with much to focus on until the next conference, which takes place in Vienna in 2010. One...

China: Boxing heavyweights!

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