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· September, 2008

Stories about Latin America from September, 2008

17 September 2008

Cuba: Economic Reforms?

Mexico: Explosions in Morelia During Independence Day Celebrations

Two hand grenades were tossed into a crowd in the city of Morelia, Mexico during independence day celebrations. Eight people were killed, and more than 100 were injured. Authorities are...

Bolivia: Lord of the Lakes Celebration in Oruro

Peru: Bloggers Provide Thoughts on Conflict in Neighboring Bolivia

16 September 2008

Puerto Rico: Real ID is really intrusive

Puerto Rican bloggers are calling attention to the government's latest deed, the application of the Real ID Act to the island's drivers. The Real ID, which has come under fire...

Cuba: Assessing the Damage

Cuba, South Africa: Castro Wins Award

Costa Rica: New Podcast for Northern Costa Rica

Dominican Republic: Other Tourism Options

15 September 2008

Cuba: Suffering a Setback

Aruba, Venezuela, U.S.A.: Wonderful World?

Paraguay: High Expectations on Lugo

Guatemala: Celebrating Photography Throughout September

Throughout the month of September, the art of photography is being celebrated in galleries in the capital city, Antigue and Quetzaltenango. The galleries participating in the event called Foto30 are...

Colombia: Upcoming Free Software Events

14 September 2008

Blogger of the Week: Daniel Duende Carvalho

This week's Blogger of the Week series takes us to Brasilia, Brazil, where Daniel Duende Carvalho, our Portuguese Lingua editor, opens his heart and talks about his blogging experience, his...

Iran:The Blogging Revolution

13 September 2008

Brazil: An interesting piece of “digital” art on the wall

Honduras: Snubbing of New US Ambassador

Peru: A Tie is Not a Triumph

Bolivia: Government Declares Martial Law in Pando

Bolivia continues to face social unrest, as anti-government crowds occupied government institutions in the city of Santa Cruz, and other clashes with pro-government supporters in the regions of Pando left...