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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Dec of 1994.

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09 Two Salvadoran Cabinet Ministers Resign In The Wake Of Corruption Charges LADB Staff
02 Julio Sanguinetti Narrowly Elected President of Uruguay; Left Wins Montevideo LADB Staff
09 Panama:'s Congress Grants Constitutional Standing to Future Canal Authority LADB Staff
01 Dominican Republic Receives Aid for Anti-poverty Programs from IDB, Spain LADB Staff
09 Haiti Continues To Reorganize Military, Build Democratic Institutions LADB Staff
02 Salvadoran Court Dismisses Charges Slander Against Former Rebel Leader LADB Staff
01 Bolivia Could Receive US$1 Billion in Loans for Privatization, Other Reforms LADB Staff
08 Paraguayan Government Pushes Forward with Privatization Program LADB Staff
08 Economic Integration Is Top Agenda Item at Hemispheric Presidential Summit LADB Staff
15 Leaders From 34 Nations In The Americas; The Caribbean Agree To Complete Talks On Hemispheric Free Trade By Year 2005 Carlos Navarro
16 Colombian Government Seeks Meetings with Guerrillas to Advance Peace Process LADB Staff
15 Document: Summit Of The Americas, Plan Of Action Document
09 Constitutional Amendments Pass in First Congressional Vote in Nicaragua LADB Staff
15 Latin American Countries Prepare for Hemispheric Free Trde Zone LADB Staff
02 U.S. Lawyer Ends Hunger Strike in Guatemala LADB Staff
02 Bus Owners, Guatemala City Officials Reach Agreement to End Strike LADB Staff
08 Colombia Announces Ambitious Plan to Sell Off State Firms LADB Staff
16 Cuban Refugees Riot Against U.S. Troops in Panama LADB Staff
15 Document: Summit Of The Americas, Declaration of Principles Document
16 Critics Question Summit of the Americas for "Overemphasis" on Free Trade LADB Staff
02 Controversy Explodes Over Military Anti-Crime Operations in Rio Slums LADB Staff
16 Former Brazilian President Collor De Mello Acquitted on Corruption Charges LADB Staff
16 Charges Brought Against Ex-Honduran President Callejas, Collaborators LADB Staff
09 Trial Begins for Ex-Venezuelan President Carlos Andres Perez LADB Staff
01 Uruguayan President-Elect Sanguinetti to Keep Economic Policies Unchanged LADB Staff
16 Salvadorans in U.S. Receive Extended Work Permits:; Still Subject to Deportation LADB Staff
02 U.S. Military to Reduce Troops in Honduras to 500 by 1995 LADB Staff