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

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29 Guatemala: Twenty Presidential Candidates Are Running, But Gen. Efrain Rios Montt Is Out Of The Race Patricia Hynds
28 Costa Rica Signs I.m.f. Accord Paving The Way For New Loans But Must Step Up Efforts To Improve Economic Performance Kevin Robinson
08 El Salvador: Protests By Ex-soldiers & Violence Cloud Peace Process As October Peace Deadline Approaches Patricia Hynds
01 Ecuador: Criminal Charges Against Vice President Alberto Dahik Deepen Political Crisis Patricia Hynds
01 Nicaragua: Cabinet Ministers Launch Campaign Against Electoral Amendments To The Constitution Patricia Hynds
01 Crisis In The Fsln: Is Neoliberalism Undermining Alternative Project For Nicaragua? Patricia Hynds
22 Panama: President Ernesto Perez Balladares Facing Political Storm Over Pardon Of Former Noriega Officials Patricia Hynds
22 Region: Nicaragua & Colombia Locked In Territorial Dispute Over Two Caribbean Islands & Continental Shelf Patricia Hynds
07 U.S. Considers Tariff Relief For Central American Textiles, Despite Evidence Of Sweatshop Conditions In Factories Kevin Robinson
15 Dominican Republic: Parties Join Forces To Control Parliament With Sights On 1996 Elections Patricia Hynds
07 Dispute Over Oil Exploration Around The Malvinas Generates Territorial Tensions Between Argentina & Great Britain Kevin Robinson
22 Colombia: Evidence Mounts Linking Election Campaign Of President Ernesto Samper To Drug Money Patricia Hynds
28 Argentina Still Affected By Aftershocks Of Mexican Financial Crisis Kevin Robinson
14 Bolivia: Government Will Provide US$250 Million To Avoid Collapse In The National Financial System Kevin Robinson
21 Chile: Overview Of Recent Macroeconomic Performance & Trends LADB Staff
15 Paraguay: Head Of Army Charged With Partisan Political Activity As He Set Sites On Presidency Patricia Hynds
29 Brazil: Government To Pay Compensation To Families Of Victims Of The Repression Suffered During Dictatorship Patricia Hynds
14 Costa Rica: Executive Pushes Tax Increase Through Legislature, But Opposition Is Slowing Economic Program Kevin Robinson
21 El Salvador: Telephone & Health Workers Strike In Latest Wave Of Labor Actions To Protest Government Economic Reforms Kevin Robinson
15 Chile: Military Opposition Threatens President Eduardo Frei's Plan For National Reconciliation Patricia Hynds
08 Latin American Heads Of State Meet In Quito For Rio Group Summit Patricia Hynds
22 Haiti: Lavalas Candidates Expected To Win Runoff Elections Marked By Very Low Turnout Patricia Hynds
08 Argentina: Corruption Charges By Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo & Record Unemployment Rock Government Patricia Hynds
14 Argentina: Government Reports Substantial Trade Surplus In First Semester Of 1995 Kevin Robinson
21 Region: Central American Ministers Discuss Regional Trade Reform But Show More Interest In Free Trade With Mexico Kevin Robinson