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

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25 Brazil: Partido Dos Trabalhadores Elects New Leader Following Resignation Of Luis Inacio Lula Da Silva Patricia Hynds
25 Haiti: Lavalas Candidates Win Makeup Elections Patricia Hynds
18 Guatemala: Peace Talks Resume On Social & Economic Issues Patricia Hynds
10 Bolivia: Moderate Growth & Higher Than Expected Inflation In First Five Months Of 1995 Kevin Robinson
17 Fish Exporting Countries Accuse U.S. & Other Nations Of Using Environmental Concerns To Cloak Protectionism Kevin Robinson
03 Costa Rica: Teachers Enter Third Week Of Nationwide Strike Over Pension Cuts Kevin Robinson
04 Peru: Alberto Fujimori Sworn In For Second Term Patricia Hynds
24 Peru: More Privatizations Kevin Robinson
04 Honduras: Government Initiates Legal Proceedings Against Military Officers Accused Of Human Rights Abuses Patricia Hynds
04 Region: Hemisphere's Military Leaders Pledge Increased Cooperation Patricia Hynds
03 Honduras: Police Remove Former Workers From Us-owned Banana Plantation Kevin Robinson
10 Ecuador: Congress Approves Law To Privatize State Telecommunications Company Kevin Robinson
11 Guatemala: U.N. Verification Team Reports That Official Impunity Is A "major Obstacle" In Human Rights Cases Patricia Hynds
04 Colombia: Charges Of Drug-money Ties Threaten Administration Of President Ernesto Samper Patricia Hynds
17 Nicaragua: U.S. Authorizes US$10.3 Million In Aid Package Kevin Robinson
11 Brazil: President Fernando Henrique Cardoso Moves Forward With Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
04 El Salvador: Police Arrest 16 Suspected Members Of "sombra Negra" Death Squad Patricia Hynds
10 El Salvador: Government Austerity Generates Broad Opposition Kevin Robinson
24 Panama: Strike To Roll Back Labor Reform Ends In Failure, But Unions Threaten New Protest Tactics Kevin Robinson
24 Ecuador: Government Sells State Airline To Brazilian & Ecuadoran Investors Kevin Robinson
25 Colombia: Drug Scandal Brings Resignation Of Defense Minister As President Ernesto Samper Imposes State Of Emergency Patricia Hynds
31 Bolivia: Update On Privatization Kevin Robinson
03 Ecuador: Government Pushes Forward With Privatization Program Kevin Robinson
11 Guatemala: Gen. Efrain Rios Montt Fails In Bid To Register As Presidential Candidate, But The Party May Nominate His Wife Patricia Hynds
25 Honduras: Criminal Charges Against Military Officers Set Off Debate Over Responsibility For Human Rights Abuses Patricia Hynds
17 Honduras: Motorola Wins Concession To Supply Cellular Telephone Service Kevin Robinson
24 Costa Rica: Teachers End Five-week Strike After Government Promises To Negotiate Kevin Robinson
31 Honduras: After Review Of Economic Indicators, I.m.f. Gives Green Light To Seek Debt Reduction From Paris Club Kevin Robinson
11 Ecuador And Peru Agree To Demilitarized Zone Patricia Hynds
18 Haiti: Makeup Elections Held Without Incident Patricia Hynds
18 Ecuador: President Sixto Duran Ballen Begins Final Year In Office Facing Serious Political Problems Patricia Hynds
10 Banking Scandal Shakes Bolivia's Financial System Kevin Robinson