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16 Nicaragua Welcomes New Contadora Peace Initiative Deborah Tyroler
30 Nicaragua: Cia Plans Contra Offensive For Atlantic Coast Deborah Tyroler
23 Two Bills Introduced In U.S. Congress To Halt Deportation Of Central American Refugees Deborah Tyroler
30 Cruz Ready To Resign; Says Fdn & Cia Obstruct Process Of Bringing Military Under Civilian Control Deborah Tyroler
16 Reagan Signed Executive Order For $13 Million In Aid To Contras During Period Of Congressional Ban Deborah Tyroler
14 Nicaraguan Government Extends State Of Emergency For Another Year Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaragua: Sandinista Revolution Institionalized In New Constitution Deborah Tyroler
16 Summary: Selected Developments On Investigations Of Iran Arms Deal, U.S. Official & Contra Wrongdoing, Jan. 5-9 Deborah Tyroler
16 Nicaraguan Citizen Receives 30-year Prison Sentence For Collaborating With Cia Deborah Tyroler
14 Salvadoran Government's "war Tax" Declared Unconstitutional By Public Prosector Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaraguan President: Abrams' References To Mexico & Peru "warmongering & Disrespectful" Deborah Tyroler
16 Calero Says Newly-trained Officers & Troops Among 10,000 Contra Troops Infiltrated In Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
28 Report On Guatemalan Rebel Activity Deborah Tyroler
28 Senators Dodd & Weicker Introduce Legislation To Modify U.S. Central America Policy Deborah Tyroler
14 Panama To Request Nations Throughout World To Mediate Alongside Contadora In Central American Peace Process Deborah Tyroler
28 Abrams Says Contadora Promotes "fake Negotiations"; Mexico & Peru Major Leftist Influence Deborah Tyroler
21 Notes On Central American Peace Mission Headed By U.N. & Oas Secretaries General Deborah Tyroler
28 Contra Leaders Visit El Salvador & Honduras Deborah Tyroler
21 Habib Denies Washington Has Developed Alternative To Contradora Peace Process Deborah Tyroler
16 Senate Staff Report: U.S. Aid To Contras Undermined By Corruption Deborah Tyroler
30 Dissent Within Contra Ranks & Cia Vs. State Department Preferences: Historical Lessons From The Cuban Experience Deborah Tyroler
16 U.S. Congressional Delegation Visits Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
14 Nicaraguan Defense Ministry Reports On Contra Losses In Coffee-production Areas Deborah Tyroler
23 U.N. Secretary General: Central America & Caribbean Lost Entire Decade Of Development In 1980s Deborah Tyroler
30 U.S. Ambassador To Oas: Nicaraguan "comandantes" Must Not Be Left Free To Establish Soviet Launching Pad On U.S. Doorstep Deborah Tyroler
23 President Azcona Hoyo Explains Honduran Position On Contadora Peace Process Deborah Tyroler
09 Reagan Requests $105 Million For Contras In Fy 1988 Deborah Tyroler
16 U.S. Asst. Secretary Of State Abrams & Democrat Sen. Dodd Address Central America Policy Questions: A Summary Deborah Tyroler
16 U.S. Central American Allies Meet In San Salvador To "prepare For" Contadora-sponsored Peace Mission Deborah Tyroler
16 Displaced Hondurans Claim Contras Establishing Government Deborah Tyroler
23 Highlights From Document Issued By Contadora & Support Group Foreign Ministers, Un & Oas Secretaries General Deborah Tyroler
14 Honduran President Responds To Nicaraguan Proposals Aimed At Reducing Bilateral Tensions Deborah Tyroler
16 U.S. Presidential Envoy To Central America Travels To Panama, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil & Venezuela Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaragua: Bumper Sugar Harvest Expected This Year Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaraguan President Appeals To Honduran Counterpart In Attempt To Defuse Border Tensions Deborah Tyroler
14 Amnesty International Criticized For Lack Of Objectivity In Study Of Nicaraguan Human Rights Situation Deborah Tyroler
21 Four Central American Foreign Ministers Meet In San Jose To Prepare For Contadora Peace Mission Deborah Tyroler
23 Nicaragua: Popular Education & "consultation" Program On New Constitution Scheduled For 1987 Deborah Tyroler
14 Asst. Secretary Of State Elliott Abrams On U.S. Policy In Central America, Nicaragua, Contadora Deborah Tyroler
16 Pentagon Calls Off Sale Of F-5 Planes To Honduras Deborah Tyroler
09 Presidential Envoy Philip Habib To Tour Central America Next Week Deborah Tyroler
14 Contra "radio Libertad" Begins Broadcasting Jan. 16 Deborah Tyroler
14 Mexican Bishop Says Iran-contra Funding Scandal May Prevent U.S. Invasion Of Nicaragua, But Reagan Is "unpredictable" Deborah Tyroler
23 Brunei Not The Only Country Solicited By State Department To Aid Contras Deborah Tyroler
28 National Strike By Salvadoran Private Sector Declared A Success Deborah Tyroler
09 Salvadoran Rebels Initiate Another Road Blocking Operation Jan. 9 Deborah Tyroler
23 Poll Results Show Large Majority Of Puerto Ricans Oppose Contra Training Deborah Tyroler
30 Reagan's National Security Adviser Visits Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica & Guatemala Deborah Tyroler
09 Democrat Moderate Liberals & Contra Aid Opponents Assume Key Foreign Policy Positions; Helms Removed From Leadership Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaraguan Government Calls For Investigation Of Attack Against Cardinal Obando Y Bravo Deborah Tyroler
14 Joint U.S.-honduran Military Maneuvers Underway Again Deborah Tyroler
28 Reagan Administration Budgets For Central America: Final Fy 1986, Fy 1987 Requests, Final Fy 1987 (s/s) Deborah Tyroler
14 Joint U.S.-panamanian Military Exercises Underway Deborah Tyroler
16 Contra Leaders Present Alternative To Nicaragua's New Constitution Deborah Tyroler
14 U.S. State Department Denies Honduran Government Pressured To Request Emergency Military Aid In March 1986 Deborah Tyroler
14 El Salvador: Notes On Rebel Road Blockade, Government Response Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaraguan Government Releases U.S. Citizen Arrested On Suspicion Of Espionage Deborah Tyroler
09 Senate Memorandum Reveals Evidence Accumulating On Contra Plot To Assassinate Tambs & Blame Sandinistas Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaragua: Reserve Battalion Established On Atlantic Coast Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaragua: Former Contra Chief Says Cia Organizing Invasion Of Atlantic Coast Deborah Tyroler
09 Reagan Requests $1.049 Billion For Central America In Fy 1988 Deborah Tyroler
14 Salvadoran Student Leader Condemns Obligatory Military Service Deborah Tyroler
14 Ceremony Marking Implementation Of Nicaraguan Political Constitution Attended By Thousands Deborah Tyroler
09 Contras Announce "war Of Liberation" In Nicaraguan Mountains Underway In 1987 Deborah Tyroler
09 Honduran Congress President Voices Support For Contras; Says War With Nicaragua Inevitable Deborah Tyroler
28 Salvadoran Rebels' Roadblock Operation Affects 90% Of Highway Traffic Deborah Tyroler
28 Reflections On The Underlying Logic Of Reykjavik, Irangate, The Reagan Doctrine & Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
09 New Nicaraguan Constitution Becomes Effective Jan. 9; Thousands Of Foreign Guests Attend Celebration Deborah Tyroler
09 Guatemalan Minister Expresses Optimism For New Contadora Initiative; Honduras Reiterates Refusal To Resume Peace Talks Deborah Tyroler
28 Guatemala: Pacaya Volcano Erupts Deborah Tyroler
09 Report Of Nicaraguan Sales Of Dc-8 Planes To Al-fatah Described As Total Nonsense Deborah Tyroler
14 Selection Of New Honduran Military Chief Seen As Support For U.S. Policy & Presence Of Contras In National Territory Deborah Tyroler
09 Salvadoran Military Accepts Rebel Proposal For Prisoner Exchange Deborah Tyroler
23 Nicaraguan Peace Proposal Rejected By Costa Rica, Honduras & U.S. Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaraguan Defense Ministry Releases Jan. 6 Contra & Sandinista Casualty Report For Previous 15 Days Deborah Tyroler
23 Amnesty International Says Washington Has Not Taken Action To Curb Contra Human Rights Abuses Deborah Tyroler
23 Fdn Reveals 1987 Strategy; Resurgence Of Power Struggle Within Contra Ranks Evident Deborah Tyroler
28 Costa Rican President To Host Meeting Of Central American Counterparts (excluding Nicaragua) Deborah Tyroler
09 30 Oas Member Nations Approve Secretary General's Participation In Contadora Peace Initiative Deborah Tyroler
28 Talks Between Nicaraguan Government & Church Hierarchy To Resume In February Deborah Tyroler
30 President Garcia: Peruvian Government Defends Basic Foreign Policy Principles In Central America Deborah Tyroler
09 Costa Rican Foreign Minister Meets With Abrams & Habib To Discuss New Proposal For Negotiated Peace In Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
30 European Economic Community Plans Economic Assistance Program For Central America Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaraguan Interior Minister Says Peace Imminent Deborah Tyroler
14 Retired Israeli Military Officers Train Honduran Soldiers & Nicaraguan Contras Deborah Tyroler
21 Dim Prospects For Military Defeat Of Salvadoran Rebels In 1987 Deborah Tyroler
16 Costa Rican Government Confirms Arrival Of U.S. Military Engineers Deborah Tyroler
28 Salvadoran Rebels Report On Results Of "heroic January Farabundo Lives" Offensive Deborah Tyroler
23 U.S. Central America Envoy Visits Western Europe Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaragua: Civilians & Militia Repel Contra Attack Near Nueva Guinea Resulting In Several 19 Deaths Deborah Tyroler
09 Council On Hemispheric Affairs Requests Dismissal Of Assistant Secretary Of State Elliott Abrams Deborah Tyroler
09 Salvadoran Rebels Launch New Offensive With Early Morning Attack On Military Command Post In Morazan Department Deborah Tyroler
16 Republican Congressmen Meet With Sam Hall, U.S. Citizen Arrested On Suspicion Of Espionage By Sandinistas Deborah Tyroler
23 Salvadoran Business Leaders Organize One-day Strike, Call For Resignation Of President Duarte Deborah Tyroler
30 Trade Between Panama & Costa Rica Temporarily Suspended Deborah Tyroler
23 Panama: Unemployment Declines, Exports Increase In 1986 Deborah Tyroler
09 Salvadoran Rightwing Deputies Stage Indefinite Legislative Boycott In Protest Of Duarte Regime's Policies Deborah Tyroler
28 Final $40 Million In Aid To Contras To Be Released In Mid-february Or After Deborah Tyroler
23 Prospects For Central American Peace Remain Dim: Notes On Peace Mission Headed By U.N. & Oas Secretaries General Deborah Tyroler
28 Panamanian Sugar Mills Closed Down Deborah Tyroler
09 Missing Nicaraguan Air Force Plane Found; 11 Dead In Crash Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaraguan Coffee Harvest Predicted At 96 Million Pounds; 80 Million Pounds Slated For Export Deborah Tyroler
16 Costa Rican Interior Department Confirms 45 Contras Detained In Recent Raids Deborah Tyroler
30 Nicaraguan Defense Minister: Contras Have Thus Far Failed To Penetrate Interior Deborah Tyroler