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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Mar of 1995.

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03 Brazil: President Cardoso Banks On High Popularity To Win Approval For Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
16 Paraguay: Congress Prepares Legislation To Pave The Way For Privatization Of State Telecommunications Company Kevin Robinson
24 Honduras: President Appeases Opposition To Win Support For Amendment To Abolish Obligatory Military Service Patricia Hynds
24 El Salvador: Armed Forces To Assist National Civil Police In Combatting Crime Patricia Hynds
23 Peru: Government Plans To Resume Privatization Program Immediately After General Elections Conclude Kevin Robinson
30 Bolivia: Government Initiates Privatization Of State Electric & Telecommunications Industries Kevin Robinson
31 Argentine Government Embarrassed By Weapons Sale To Ecuador Patricia Hynds
09 Paraguay: Wage Hikes Cause Jump In Inflation In January Kevin Robinson
30 Paris Club Of Creditor Nations Reduces Nicaragua's Bilateral Debt Kevin Robinson
24 Argentina: President Carlos Saul Menem Favored To Win Re-election In May 12 Balloting Patricia Hynds
31 Argentina: Dirty War Will Not Go Away As New Details Emerge Of Disappearances & Torture Patricia Hynds
17 Ecuador: President Duran Ballen Enjoys Wave Of Popularity Following War With Peru Patricia Hynds
09 Peru: Government Temporarily Suspends Privatization Program Until After General Elections Kevin Robinson
17 Guatemala: Ex-vice President Gustavo Espina Held For Trial Patricia Hynds
23 Costa Rica: Stalled World Bank Credits Threaten Economic Restructuring Program Kevin Robinson
31 Guatemala: U.S. Congressman Accuses C.i.a. Informer In Two Murder Cases; Charges C.i.a. & State Department With Cover-up Patricia Hynds
03 Colombia: Peace Process Moves Forward Slowly, While Fighting Continues Patricia Hynds
31 Haitian Government Asks U.S. To Extradite Paramilitary Leader Patricia Hynds
09 Colombia: Foreign Investors Remain Skeptical About Size Of New Oil Field Discovery Kevin Robinson
30 Colombia: Drug Trafficking Discourages Investors From Bidding On Government Plan To Privatize Airport Services Kevin Robinson
02 Colombia: More Robust Growth & Moderate Inflation In 1994 Kevin Robinson
24 Relations Between Colombia And Venezuela At Lowest Point In Decade After Guerrilla Attack On Border Patricia Hynds
31 Costa Rica: Figueres Revamps His Cabinet & Then Initiates Dialogue With Major Opposition Party Patricia Hynds
30 Dominican Republic: Foreign Lending Institutions Pressure Government To Open Electric Industry To Private Investment Kevin Robinson
10 Nicaragua: New Political Crisis Erupts Over Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
23 Peru: Trade Deficit Nearly Doubles In 1994 Kevin Robinson
17 Peru: Fujimori Still Favored To Win Re-election Despite Political Fallout From War With Ecuador Patricia Hynds
24 Panama: Us Shows Interest In Renting Military Bases After Pullout In 2000 Patricia Hynds
31 Guatemala: U.N. Human Rights Mission Blames Military & Government Security Forces For Human Rights Violations Patricia Hynds
16 Mexican Financial Crisis Spurs Austerity Measures In Argentina & Brazil Kevin Robinson
17 Bolivia: Former Dictator Luis Garcia Meza Extradited From Brazil Patricia Hynds
03 Guatemala: U.N. Proposal To Restart Peace Negotiations Accepted By The Government & The Guerrillas Patricia Hynds
03 Panama: National Assembly Approves A Law To Modify The Agency That Administers The Panama Canal Area Patricia Hynds
02 Chinese Trade & Investment Ties To Latin America Grow Markedly Kevin Robinson
03 Uruguay: Julio Maria Sanguinetti Takes Office As Country's New President Patricia Hynds
02 Colombia: Government Announces Discovery Of New Oil Field Kevin Robinson
17 U.S. Suspends Military Aid To Protest Guatemalan Government's Inaction On Human Rights Cases Patricia Hynds
10 U.S. Criticism Of Anti-drug Efforts In Some Latin American Countries Angers Local Governments Patricia Hynds
16 Uruguay: Trade Deficit Hits Record High In 1994 Kevin Robinson
23 World Conference On Poverty Sets International Guidelines To Promote Social Development Kevin Robinson
02 Bolivia: Government Tax Reform & Overhaul Of The National Educational System Spur Massive Labor Protests Kevin Robinson
10 Ecuador & Peru Sign New Peace Accord In Border War Patricia Hynds