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The following articles were published in NotiCen in Aug of 1987.

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19 Nicaragua Withdraws World Court Suit Against Costa Rica Deborah Tyroler
19 Nicaraguan Vice President: U.S. Contra Aid Would Kill Peace Plan, Managua Ready To Restore Full Civil & Political Rights Deborah Tyroler
26 Expelled Priest Says He Will Not Return To Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
19 Nicaragua Begins Process Of Forming National Reconciliation Commission Deborah Tyroler
26 Brazilian President Calls On Western European Governments To Join Latin America In Providing Assistance To Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
26 Central American Ministers Meet In San Salvador: Summary Deborah Tyroler
28 House Speaker Invites Costa Rican President To Address Congress Sept. 22 Deborah Tyroler
28 Honduras Signs Trade Agreement With Czechoslovakia Deborah Tyroler
26 Moscow Releases Statement On Oil For Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaragua Steps Up Appeals For Foreign Aid In Wake Of Soviet Bloc's Refusal To Bankroll Economy Deborah Tyroler
19 President Arias: Contra Leaders Must Leave Costa Rica Before November 7 Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaraguan Police Break Up Two Demonstrations; U.S. Diplomats Accused Of Inciting Protests Deborah Tyroler
19 Aug. 14-15: Salvadoran President Offers Rebels Chance For Direct Peace Talks; Fmln-fdr Accepts Deborah Tyroler
19 Summary Of Divisions Within Reagan Administration On Appropriate Posture Vis-a-vis Guatemala Peace Accord Deborah Tyroler
19 Defense Secretary Weinberger: Reservations On Cenam Peace Accord Preventing Full U.S. Support Deborah Tyroler
19 Summary Of U.S. "peace Plan" For Cenam Announced August 5; Reactions In Washington & Central America Deborah Tyroler
19 Contadora Nation Diplomats: Superpowers Must Realize Central America Cannot Remain Hostage To East-west Confrontation Deborah Tyroler
19 Nicaraguan President: Military Recruitment Will Continue Until Contra Problem Resolved Deborah Tyroler
26 Summary: International Verification Commission For Cenam Peace Plan Established At Weekend Meeting In Caracas Deborah Tyroler
21 Panamanian Protest Movement: Summary Of Recent Events Deborah Tyroler
26 Guatemalan Government Announces Conditions For Dialogue With Rebels Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaraguan Journalists Union Uncovers "cia Network Supporting Contra Radio Stations" Deborah Tyroler
19 August 12: Salvadoran Rebels Say They Will Not Initiate Peace Talks Until U.S. Terminates Military Aid To Government Deborah Tyroler
21 Note On U.S. Aid To El Salvador Deborah Tyroler
19 Initial Reactions To Central American Peace Accord: A Sample Deborah Tyroler
19 Soviet Union Declares Support For Cenam Peace Accord Deborah Tyroler
26 Panama: Summary Of Recent Demonstrations, Violence Deborah Tyroler
28 Summary: Results Of San Salvador Opinion Poll On Country's Problems, Preferred Resolution Of Conflict Deborah Tyroler
19 Wall Street Journal Editorial: Central American Peace Plan Comparable To Bay Of Pigs Disaster For U.S. Deborah Tyroler
21 Honduran Trade Delegation Travels To Soviet Union Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaraguan National Reconciliation Commission Appointed; U.S. Reaction Deborah Tyroler
26 Ecuadoran Ambassador To Cuba Suggests Quito Reestablish Diplomatic Relations With Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
28 Costa Rican President Reiterates Request For End To U.S. Contra Aid Deborah Tyroler
19 U.N. Central America Committee: Peace Urgent To Begin Plans To Cope With Severe Economic Problems, Poverty Deborah Tyroler
19 Costa Rican Foreign Minister Comments On Ministerial Meetings In San Salvador & Caracas, Venezuela Deborah Tyroler
26 Nicaraguan Contras Pledge Acceptance Of Cenam Peace Plan Deborah Tyroler
28 Note On Salvadoran Congresspersons' Concern About Human Rights Violations & Return Of Death Squads Deborah Tyroler
28 Exiled Clergyman To Return To Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
21 Costa Rica Possible Site For Meeting Of Latin American Presidents To Discuss Regional Debt Problem Deborah Tyroler
21 Summary: Reagan Administration Activities, Views On Central American Peace Plan Deborah Tyroler
28 State Department Statement On Return Of Catholic Clergy To Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
26 President Reagan Speaks To Nicaraguans Via Contra Radio Station Deborah Tyroler
26 Honduras & Soviet Union Sign Trade Agreement Deborah Tyroler
19 Philip Habib, U.S. Special Envoy To Central America, Resigns; Comment On Resignation By Henry Kissinger Deborah Tyroler
26 Walker On Central American Tour; Expresses Washington's Reservations About Peace Plan Deborah Tyroler
19 Summary Of Central American Presidents' Peace Accord Signed August 7 Deborah Tyroler
21 Concern In Mexico City Over Failure To Reinstate Nicaragua As Recipient Of Oil Exports Deborah Tyroler
21 Central American Foreign Ministers Convene To Elaborate Terms Of Peace Plan Provisions Deborah Tyroler
26 Reagan Meets With Contra Leaders Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaragua: Interior Ministry Reports On Cia-financed Network To Provide News Sources For Contras Deborah Tyroler