NotiSur right arrow 1995 right arrow Apr

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

You may sort this list by clicking the column header. Please note that the search functionality provided on this page searches only the articles listed on this page.

Day Title Author(s)
Day Title Author(s)
14 Repercussions From Allegations of Army Connections To CIA Rock Guatemala LADB Staff
20 Colombian Government Promotes Investment in Oil Sector LADB Staff
14 Compliance Date for El Salvador Peace Accords Extended to End of October LADB Staff
21 Paraguayan President Wasmosy Ratifies Judges for Supreme, Election Courts LADB Staff
20 Multilateral Agencies Pressure Nicaragua to Enact Austerity Measures LADB Staff
13 New Uruguayan Government Announces Rigid Austerity Program LADB Staff
07 U.N. Assumes Control of Occupation Forces Amid Ongoing Violence in Haiti LADB Staff
21 Honduran Congress Ratifies Abolition of Obligatory Military Service LADB Staff
21 Menem Favored to Retain Argentine Presidency in May Election LADB Staff
06 War With Peru Dampens Ecuador's Economic Outlook for 1995 LADB Staff
21 Brazilian President Cardoso Faces Opposition to Constitutional Reforms LADB Staff
13 Paraguay Imposes Moratorium on Creation of New Banks LADB Staff
28 Haiti Postpones Legislative Elections at Request of Political Parties LADB Staff
06 Central American Leaders Discuss Anti-Poverty Programs, Economic Integration. LADB Staff
28 Nicaraguan Presidency Minister Lacayo Launches New Political Movement LADB Staff
28 Bolivian Unions, Coca Growers Continue Protests Despite State of Siege LADB Staff
27 Nicaraguan Economic Recovery Still Sluggish in 1994, Despite Some Gains LADB Staff
13 Brazil Launches New Environmental Programs tor Amazon LADB Staff
21 U.S. Court Rules in Favor of Plaintiffs in Case Against Guatemalan General LADB Staff
20 Boom in Mining Activities Expected Throughout The Americas LADB Staff
27 Nicaraguan Government Signs Letter of Intent to Study "Dry Canal" Project LADB Staff
27 Argentine President Vetoes Intellectual Property Law Approved by Congress LADB Staff
07 Former Guerillas Create New Centrist Party in El Salvador LADB Staff
14 Colombian President Samper Dogged by Charges of Ties to Drug Barons LADB Staff
14 Peruvian President Fujimori WIns Re-election by Landslide LADB Staff
06 SELA Seeks to Enhance Latin American Privatization Programs LADB Staff
13 Inflationary Spiral in First Quarter Derails Paraguay's Targets for 1995 LADB Staff
27 Paraguay's Foreign Public Debt Grows Slightly in First Quarter of 1994 LADB Staff
06 Wave of Labor Protests Grips Bolivia LADB Staff
07 Guatemalan Government, Rebels Sign Accord on Indigenous Rights, Identity LADB Staff
20 Analysis: Haiti's Capacity to Absorb Massive Foreign Aid in Question Guest
07 Plans Afoot to Pardon Former Paraguayan Dictator Gen. Alfredo Stroessner LADB Staff
07 Honduran Armed Forces Chief, Military Officers Face Murder Charges LADB Staff
28 Slow Progress in Peace Process Following War Between Ecuador, Peru LADB Staff