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· September, 2007

Stories about Paraguay from September, 2007

Paraguay: Dealings of Petropar

From Paraguay, Zoopolitica [ES] writes about the transactions by the petroleum company Petropar and that “in any other serious country, this would be a national scandal, with resignations, accusations and...

Paraguay: Latest Poll Numbers

Bloggings by Boz talks about the latest poll numbers in Paraguay.

Paraguay: Forest Fires as a Result of Climate Change?

R.E.S.C.A.T.A.R [ES] writes about uncontrollable forest fires in Paraguay and whether climate change is responsible for this disaster.

Paraguay: 48 Tough Hours

Elyacare [ES] writes about 48 tough hours in Paraguay in which a law that would regulate agricultural waste was rejected, a former general involved with a coup was freed and...

Paraguay: Asuncion Shantytown

Charles Lane visits one of Asuncion's shantytowns and finds most of the population makes a living from the landfill. He also posts pictures on his blog The Soybean Wars.

Paraguay: Thoughts on Fernando Lugo

At his blog The Soybean Wars, Charles Lanes provides his impressions of Paraguayan presidential candidate Fernando Lugo, who he interviewed.

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