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14 Costa Rica: National Refinery Manager Requests Fuel Price Reduction Deborah Tyroler
09 5,000 Nicaraguan Army Officers Retired Deborah Tyroler
07 Guatemala: Abducted Teacher's Body Found In Lake Amatitlan Deborah Tyroler
07 Nicaragua: Report On Former Contras' Actions To Protest Government Delay In Providing Land & Other Benefits Deborah Tyroler
30 El Salvador: Update On Rebels' "limited Offensive" Deborah Tyroler
07 U.S. Returns Panamanian Flag Confiscated During Invasion Deborah Tyroler
14 Nicaragua: Update On Former Contras' Protest Against Government, Nov. 8-nov. 13 Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaragua: Semi-private Television Station Begins Broadcasting Deborah Tyroler
28 On "the Second Stage" Of The Nicaraguan Revolution: Interview With Alejandro Bendana, Part 1, Section 2 Deborah Tyroler
02 Costa Rica Negotiates Six-month Contingency Credit With Mexico For Oil Supplies Deborah Tyroler
02 El Salvador: Rebels & Government Reach Agreement On Total Secrecy Of Next Peace Talk Round Deborah Tyroler
09 Guatemala: Socialist International To Participate In Election Monitoring Deborah Tyroler
16 Notes On Nicaragua's Foreign Debt Deborah Tyroler
28 Guatemala: Six Bodies Found In Huehuetenango Department Deborah Tyroler
23 Costa Rica To Eliminate Visa Requirements For Central Americans Deborah Tyroler
16 U.S. Anti-drug Abuse Program May Be Introduced In Honduras Deborah Tyroler
09 Honduras: 15,000 Demonstrate Against Government's Economic Policies Deborah Tyroler
16 Guatemala: Update On Election Results Deborah Tyroler
28 On "the Second Stage" Of The Nicaraguan Revolution: Interview With Alejandro Bendana, Part 1, Section 1 Deborah Tyroler
14 Official Spanish Delegations Apply Pressure On Salvadoran Government To Accelerate Jesuit Murder Investigation Deborah Tyroler
23 Nicaragua: Non-governmental Organization Representatives Meet In Managua Deborah Tyroler
14 Panama: Journalists, Human Rights Advocates & Labor Leaders Protest Repressive Legislation Deborah Tyroler
30 Honduras: Catholic Bishop Accuses President Of Appointing Thieves To High-level Government Positions Deborah Tyroler
16 Central American Economic Integration Bank (bcie) Loans To Honduras (s/s) Deborah Tyroler
16 El Salvador: Labor Confederation Leader On Investigation Of Jesuit Murders & Related Issues Deborah Tyroler
02 British Documentary Film: Salvadoran Army & U.S. Directly Involved In Salvadoran Death Squad Activities Deborah Tyroler
07 El Salvador: Peace Group Denounces Colonel For Abuses Against Members & Foreigners Deborah Tyroler
28 Spain Contributes $5 Million Toward Facilitating Reduction In Nicaraguan Troop Strength Deborah Tyroler
02 Nicaragua: Four Dead, Five Wounded In Clash Between Former Contras & Agricultural Cooperative Members Deborah Tyroler
09 El Salvador: 300 Demonstrate Against Government's Austerity Policies Deborah Tyroler
23 Panama: $175 Million In Paris Club Debt Refinanced Deborah Tyroler
14 Guatemala: On General Election Results Deborah Tyroler
02 On Undocumented Persons Residing In Panama Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaragua: On Public Employee Salaries Deborah Tyroler
23 Guatemala: On Public Hospital Financial Crisis Deborah Tyroler
16 Nicaragua: Update On Former Contra-u.n.o. Mayors' Protest Deborah Tyroler
07 Nicaragua: 6% Currency Devaluation Deborah Tyroler
16 El Salvador: Notes On Events Commemorating First Anniversary Of Jesuit Assassination Deborah Tyroler
14 More On Break In Diplomatic Relations Between Mainland China & Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
02 Honduras: President Submits 1991 Budget For Legislators' Approval Deborah Tyroler
09 El Salvador: Bus Company Owners Declare Indefinite Strike Deborah Tyroler
28 El Salvador: Deborah Tyroler
30 Guatemala: U.N. Economic Commission For Latin America & Caribbean Statistics On Poverty (s/s) Deborah Tyroler
23 Cable News Network Release Of Recorded Conversations Between Noriega & Attorneys: Summary Of Developments Deborah Tyroler
07 Guatemalan Journalist Leaves For Mexico Following Assassination Attempt Deborah Tyroler
02 Nicaragua: Former Contra Commander & Presidency Minister Exchange Accusations On Responsibility For Violence Deborah Tyroler
14 Jesuit Provincial For Central America: Salvadoran Senior Officers & U.S. Embassy Obstructed Investigation Deborah Tyroler
14 Costa Rica: Congress Unanimously Approves Creation Of Commission To Investigate La Penca Bombing Deborah Tyroler
07 Guatemalan Refugees To Be Resettled In Mexico's Campeche State Deborah Tyroler
14 Honduras: Catholic Church Blasts Government's Economic Policies For Lack Of Creativity Deborah Tyroler
23 El Salvador: Notes On Reent Fighting, Rebels' "limited Offensive" Deborah Tyroler
07 Guatemala: Notes On Recent Fighting Deborah Tyroler
30 Guatemala: Notes On Rebel Activities Deborah Tyroler
21 Nicaragua: Update On Protest Mounted By Former Contras & U.N.o. Politicians Deborah Tyroler
09 U.N. Security Council Reduces Size Of Peacekeeper Observer Force, Force, Extends Mandate By Six Months Deborah Tyroler
21 O.e.c.d.'s Year-end 1989 Foreign Debt Totals For Central American Countries (s/s) Deborah Tyroler
07 El Salvador: Peace Talk Round Between Rebels & Government Postponed Deborah Tyroler
16 Former Nicaraguan Contras Return To Honduras Deborah Tyroler
28 Guatemala: Foreign Delegations To Investigate Human Rights Abuse Cases Deborah Tyroler
14 On Foreign Investment In Central America Deborah Tyroler
28 World Bank Study Predicts Steady Upward Price Trend For Central American Coffee Varieties Deborah Tyroler
07 El Salvador: Notes On Recent Fighting Deborah Tyroler
23 Panama: On Establishing Diplomatic Relations With Soviet Union Deborah Tyroler
30 Nicaragua: Results Of President's Meeting With Leaders Of Contra-u.n.o. Mayor Rebellion Deborah Tyroler
14 El Salvador: Notes On Events Commemorating Nov. 16, 1989 Massacre Of Jesuit Priests Deborah Tyroler
16 Nicaragua: International Verification & Support Commission (ciav) Denies Claims Of Poor Administration Deborah Tyroler
02 U.N. Secretary Secretary Recommends Reduction In Central America Peacekeeping Force Deborah Tyroler
23 U.N. Development Programme: Central American & Andean Nations Most Impoverished Of Latin America Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaragua: Currency Devaluation Deborah Tyroler
14 Guatemala: Amnesty International On Assassinations Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaragua Included Among Beneficiaries Caribbean Basin Initiative Deborah Tyroler
16 Honduran Government Requests Emergency Assistance From U.N. & Organization Of American States For Flood Victims Deborah Tyroler
07 Panama Refuses To Sign Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty Deborah Tyroler
02 Washington Pressures Panama To Sign Treaties Permitting U.S. Officials To Investigate Local Banks Deborah Tyroler
07 Archbishop Rivera Denounces Salvadoran Military For Obstructing Jesuit Murder Investigation Deborah Tyroler
14 Guatemala: Notes On Living Conditions Deborah Tyroler
30 Preliminary Results Of Study On Guatemala City's Street Children Deborah Tyroler
14 Salvadoran Rebels On Conditions For Participation In March Elections Deborah Tyroler
21 Guatemala: Six Political Parties Lose Official Status Deborah Tyroler
14 Costa Rica: Hundreds Protest Economic Austerity Programs Deborah Tyroler
16 German Assistance To Nicaragua, 1990 Deborah Tyroler
07 Panama To Sign Petroleum Accord With Ecuador Deborah Tyroler
09 Guatemala: Pre-election Update Deborah Tyroler
23 Panama: Former Defense Forces Officer Dies Of Gunshot Wounds Deborah Tyroler
14 El Salvador: U.N. Report On Human Rights Situation Deborah Tyroler
30 The New Post-cold War Contradiction—north & South, Rich Vs. Poor: Interview With Alejandro Bendana, Part Ii Deborah Tyroler
02 Panama: Congresspersons Approve Legislation To Promote Foreign Investment Deborah Tyroler
23 Salvadoran Refugees In Panama Demand Repatriation Deborah Tyroler
30 Eden Pastora Denies Involvement In Shipping Weapons Previ0usly Owned By Nicaraguan Contras To Panama Deborah Tyroler
14 Nicaragua: 6% Currency Devaluation Deborah Tyroler
09 Honduras: 10,000 Public Employees To Be Dismissed Deborah Tyroler
23 Panama: Government Denies Existence Of Guerrillas; Border Surveillance Stepped Up Deborah Tyroler
23 Nicaragua: Former Contras Block Access To Four Villages Near Honduran Border Deborah Tyroler
30 Guatemalan Peace Talks Scheduled For Late December Or Early January In Costa Rica Deborah Tyroler
23 Guatemala: Note On Rebel Activities Deborah Tyroler
23 El Salvador: Anniversary Of Jesuit Murders Commemorated In U.S. With Prayer Vigils & Civil Disobedience Deborah Tyroler
14 Sandinista Leader Says Marshall Plan Necessary For Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
21 El Salvador: Notes On Anniversary Events Commemorating Nov. 16, 1989, Massacre Of Jesuit Priests Deborah Tyroler
28 Nicaragua: Somoza Family Members Request Return Of Confiscated Property Deborah Tyroler
23 Note On Central American Banana Exports To E.e.c. Deborah Tyroler
02 Security Forces Conduct Search For Salvadoran Rebel Radio Transmission Facilities In Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
28 El Salvador: Notes On Rebels' "limited Offensive" Deborah Tyroler
16 El Salvador: Notes On Recent Fighting Deborah Tyroler
23 Nicaragua: Currency Devaluation Deborah Tyroler
07 Salvadoran Rebel Report On Casualties & Property Damage, January-october 1990 Deborah Tyroler
09 Guatemala's Human Rights Attorney General: On Poverty, Violence & Elections Deborah Tyroler
07 Swiss Labor Unions Skeptical About Salvadoran Government's Economic Policies & Treatment Of Organized Labor Deborah Tyroler
07 Peoples Republic Of China Breaks Diplomatic Ties With Nicaragua Deborah Tyroler
02 Salvadoran Rebels Admit Responsibility For Attack Causing Deaths Of Two Children Deborah Tyroler
30 Nicaragua: Employees Occupy Government-owned Radio Station Deborah Tyroler
02 El Salvador: U.S. Military Officer's Statements In Jesuit Murder Case Denied By Salvadoran Colonel Deborah Tyroler
09 Nicaragua: Update On Former Contras' Occupation Of Rama Road, & Related Developments Deborah Tyroler
21 Panamanians Left Homeless By U.S. Invasion Organize Rallies, Demand $30,000 In Damages Apiece Deborah Tyroler
30 Costa Rica-u.s. Trade Agreement Deborah Tyroler
28 Panamanian President: No Pardons For Former Military Officers Guilty Of Human Rights Abuses Deborah Tyroler
09 Guatemala: Note On Recent Fighting Deborah Tyroler
28 El Salvador Joins G.a.t.t. Deborah Tyroler
02 Nicaragua: Central Bank President Francisco Mayorga Removed Deborah Tyroler
30 Regional Bank To Receive $336.9 Million In Capital Injections From Governments Of Taiwan, Mexico, & Venezuela Deborah Tyroler
21 Panama: Private & Public Sector Labor Unions Organize Nationwide Protests Deborah Tyroler
02 El Salvador: Over 10,000 Demonstrate In Capital City Against State Terrorism Deborah Tyroler