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

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14 Repercussions From Allegations Of Army Connections To C.i.a. Rock Guatemala Patricia Hynds
20 Colombia: Government Promotes Investment In Oil Sector Kevin Robinson
14 El Salvador: Date For Final Compliance With Peace Accords Extended To October 31 Patricia Hynds
21 Paraguay: President Juan Carlos Wasmosy Ratifies Nomination Of Judges For The New Supreme Court & The Electoral Tribunal Patricia Hynds
20 Nicaragua: Government Under Pressure From Multilateral Lending Agencies To Push Forward Structural Economic Reforms Kevin Robinson
13 Uruguay: New Government Announces Rigid Austerity Program Kevin Robinson
07 Haiti: U.N. Assumes Control Of Occupation Forces Amid Ongoing Violence Patricia Hynds
21 Honduran Congress Ratifies Abolition Of Obligatory Military Service Patricia Hynds
21 Argentina: President Menem Favored To Win Re-election In May Voting Despite Growing Domestic Problems Patricia Hynds
06 Ecuador: War With Peru Offsets Government's Economic Goals For 1995 Kevin Robinson
21 Brazil: President Henrique Cardoso's First 100 Days Marked By Growing Opposition To Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
13 Paraguay: Inexplicable Boom In Financial Services Leads To Government Decision To Prohibit Creation Of New Banks Kevin Robinson
28 Haiti: Government Postpones Legislative Elections At Request Of Political Parties Patricia Hynds
06 Central American Heads Of State Meet To Discuss Anti-poverty Programs & Regional Economic Integration Kevin Robinson
28 Nicaragua: Antonio Lacayo Inaugurates New Political Movement As Constitutional Debate Continues Patricia Hynds
28 Bolivia: Conflict With Labor Unions & Coca Growers Continues Despite Imposition Of State Of Siege Patricia Hynds
27 Nicaragua: Economic Recovery Still Sluggish In 1994, Despite Some Gains Kevin Robinson
13 Brazil: Government Launches New Environmental Programs For The Amazon Kevin Robinson
21 Retired Guatemalan Army General Fined US$47 Million By Boston Court In Human Rights Case Patricia Hynds
20 Boom In Mining Activities Expected Throughout The Americas Kevin Robinson
27 Nicaraguan Government Signs Letter Of Intent To Study "dry Canal" Project Kevin Robinson
27 Argentina: Executive Caves In To U.S. Pressures To Veto New Intellectual Property Rights Law Approved By Legislature Kevin Robinson
07 El Salvador: Former Guerrilla Leaders Announce Formation Of A New Centrist Political Party Patricia Hynds
14 Colombia: President Ernesto Samper Dogged By Persistent Charges Of Ties To Drug Barons Patricia Hynds
14 Peru: President Alberto Fujimori Re-elected In Overwhelming First-round Victory Patricia Hynds
06 S.e.l.a. Promotes Cooperative Regional Efforts To Improve Privatization Programs In Latin America Kevin Robinson
13 Paraguay: Inflationary Spiral In First Quarter Derails Government Targets For 1995 Kevin Robinson
27 Paraguay: Foreign Public Debt Grows Slightly During First Quarter Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
06 Wave Of Labor Protests Grips Bolivia Kevin Robinson
07 Guatemalan Government & Rebels Sign Accord On Indigenous Rights And Identity Patricia Hynds
20 Foreign Aid Floods Into Haiti, Raising Concern About Government Capacity To Absorb Assistance Kevin Robinson
07 Paraguay: Plans Afoot To Pardon Former Dictator Gen. Alfredo Stroessner Patricia Hynds
07 Honduras: Armed Forces Chief & Other Military Officers Face Murder Charges In Human Rights Cases Patricia Hynds
28 Slow Progress In Peace Process Following War Between Ecuador & Peru Patricia Hynds