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

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16 Haiti: Parliamentary Elections Will Test Government's Progress In Building Democracy Patricia Hynds
02 Chile: Supreme Court Upholds Conviction Of Military In Letelier Assassination Patricia Hynds
01 U.S. Pushes Forward With Hemispheric Economic Integration Initiative, Despite Mexican Financial Crisis Kevin Robinson
16 Chile: Generals Convicted Of Letelier Assassination Elude Arrest Patricia Hynds
01 Paraguay: Trade Deficit Increases Immensely In First Quarter Of 1995 Kevin Robinson
01 Panama: Construction & Banana Workers Lead One-day Strike Against Reforms In Labor Code Kevin Robinson
09 Brazil: Oil Strike Ends As Government Moves Forward With Privatization Policies Patricia Hynds
02 Venezuela: Charges Of Corruption In Judicial System Spread To Military Courts Patricia Hynds
15 Bolivia's Privatization Program Moves Forward Kevin Robinson
16 Nicaragua: Impasse Continues In Constitutional Crisis, Despite Pressure To Find A Solution Patricia Hynds
08 U.S. Drops Threat Of Economic Reprisals Against Costa Rica Over Banana Export Policy Kevin Robinson
02 Honduras: President Reina Forced To Reopen Anti-corruption Panel As "moral Revolution" Flounders Patricia Hynds
08 Argentina: Executive & Legislature Locked In Battle Over New Patent Law Kevin Robinson
16 Bolivia: State Of Siege Fails To Stop Strikes And Protests Patricia Hynds
09 Central America: Interest In Demilitarization Wanes Patricia Hynds
15 Nicaragua: Labor Groups & Domestic Political Opposition Attack Government's Economic Program Kevin Robinson
16 Venezuela: Trial Of Former President Carlos Andres Perez Enters Final Stage Patricia Hynds
08 Corruption Scandal Erupts In Central Bank, Shaking Paraguay's Financial System Kevin Robinson
16 Honduras: Corruption Case Against Former President Gathers Force As Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Criminal Trial Patricia Hynds
09 Colombia: Progress In Peace Process Despite Continued Violence Patricia Hynds
15 Nafta Members Open Negotiations To Admit Chile Into Free Trade Accord Kevin Robinson