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

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11 Colombia: Strict Monetary Policies Lower Growth Expectations For 1995 Kevin Robinson
19 Haiti: Emmanuel Constant, Leader Of Paramilitary Group F.r.a.p.h., Arrested In New York Patricia Hynds
05 El Salvador: Papal Appointment Of A Conservative As Archbishop Of San Salvador Stirs Debate Patricia Hynds
26 Honduras: Court Of Appeals Upholds Conviction Of Military Officer In 1991 Rape-murder Case Patricia Hynds
04 Peru: Government Reinitiates Privatization Program Kevin Robinson
18 Colombia: Huge Jump In Trade Deficit In 1994 Spurs Aggressive Government Measures To Promote Exports Kevin Robinson
12 El Salvador: U.N. Peace Mission Pulls Out, But Serious Problems Must Still Be Solved Patricia Hynds
11 Panama: Government Strikes Deal With Private Creditors To Reduce Foreign Debt Kevin Robinson
12 Argentina: President Carlos Menem Favored To Win Re-election Patricia Hynds
05 Guatemala: Military Tribunal Clears Officer Of Murder Accusations Made By U.S. Congressman Torricelli Patricia Hynds
19 Argentina: President Carlos Menem Re-elected For Second Term Patricia Hynds
19 Incidents On Border Increase Tension Between Ecuador & Peru Patricia Hynds
25 Ripple Effect Of Mexican Financial Crisis Subsides, But Investors Remain Extremely Cautious About Latin America Kevin Robinson
26 Ecuador: Passage Of Constitutional Reforms In Doubt As Opposition Increases Patricia Hynds
26 Nicaraguan Constitutional Crisis Continues Patricia Hynds
05 Argentina: Military Apologizes For Abuses During Dirty War, Catholic Church Follows Suit Patricia Hynds
05 Venezuela: President Of Supreme Court Elected Amid Evidence Of Corruption In Judicial System Patricia Hynds
04 Honduras: Dismal Economic Performance In 1994 Makes Government Goals For This Year Difficult Kevin Robinson
12 Bolivia: Strikes End, But State Of Siege Continues Patricia Hynds
19 Guatemala: Parties & Grass Roots Organizations Begin To Jockey For Positions In November Presidential Elections Patricia Hynds
11 Guatemala: New Tax & Tariff Plans Throw Government Into A Struggle With The Private Sector Kevin Robinson
12 Peru: Electoral Council Officially Proclaims Re-election Of President Alberto Fujimori Patricia Hynds
25 Costa Rica: Government Accord With Opposition Party Could Result In The Release Of International Funds Kevin Robinson
04 Haiti: U.S. Plan For Economic Recovery Depends Heavily On Private Sector Reactivation Kevin Robinson
18 Peru: More Robust Growth Reported In First Quarter Of 1995 Kevin Robinson
11 Labor Protests Grip The Dominican Republic Kevin Robinson
05 Colombia: Alleged Drug Ties Cause Credibility Crisis For President Samper & Partido Liberal Patricia Hynds
26 Brazil: President Cardoso Making Progress On Passage Of Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
18 El Salvador: Government Proposes Drastic Economic Reforms To Facilitate Integration Into The Global Economy Kevin Robinson