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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Mar of 1996.

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21 Argentine-british Relations Deteriorate To Lowest Point Since 1982 Following New Dispute Over Fishing Rights (part 2) Kevin Robinson
21 El Salvador: Government Calls 1996 "the Year Of Privatization," As Private Sector Pressures Build Kevin Robinson
21 Argentine-british Relations Deteriorate To Lowest Point Since 1982 Following New Dispute Over Fishing Rights (part 1) Kevin Robinson
07 Nicaragua: Despite Growth, Economy Is Still Burdened With Trade Gap & Massive Debt Kevin Robinson
08 Latin American Criticism Follows U.S. Decertification Of Colombia & Waver For Paraguay (part 2) Patricia Hynds
07 Chile Reports Strong Year For Economy In 1995, Including High G.d.p. Growth & Declines In Inflation & Unemployment Kevin Robinson
22 El Salvador: Government Cracks Down On Crime As Two Eastern Departments Stage Protest Shutdowns Patricia Hynds
08 October Presidential Election Clouded By Legal Wrangling & Resignation Of Electoral Council Chief (part 1) Patricia Hynds
15 Costa Rica: Kidnap Victims Returned To Safety, But Questions Remain About Government's Handling Of Crisis Patricia Hynds
22 Meetings Continue Between Ecuador & Peru To Solidify Peace Patricia Hynds
01 Document: State Department Travel Warning For Cuba Patricia Hynds
29 Bolivia: President Gonzalo Sanchez De Lozada's Administration Faces Another General Strike Patricia Hynds
22 Haiti: President Rene Preval Names A New Prime Minister & Begins Addressing Nation's Problems Patricia Hynds
28 Chile Reaches Agreement To Become Associate Member Of Southern Cone Common Market (mercosur) Kevin Robinson
15 Guatemala: Peace Negotiations Begin Again, Generating Optimistic Predictions Of A Final Accord In 1996 Patricia Hynds
29 Colombia: President Ernesto Samper & Three Cabinet Members Testify About Drug Contributions To Campaign Patricia Hynds
28 Regional Trade Ministers Review Progress In Construction Of Hemispheric Free Trade Area Kevin Robinson
29 Honduras: President Carlos Roberto Reina Takes New Steps To Curb Political Power Of Military Patricia Hynds
07 El Salvador: Government Economic Policies Come Under Fire From Private Sector Kevin Robinson
14 Region: Honduran & Nicaraguan Diplomats Agree On Caribbean Maritime Boundary Dispute Kevin Robinson
14 Panama: The Economy In 1995 Registered Moderate Growth & Low Inflation Kevin Robinson
01 Costa Rica: Intelligence Chief Is Suspended In Wiretap-extortion Case Patricia Hynds
15 U.S. Increases Sanctions Against Cuba Following Downing Of Two Planes Patricia Hynds
01 U.S. Tightens Sanctions Against Cuba After Downing Of Two Exile Planes Off Cuban Coast Patricia Hynds
08 October Presidential Election Clouded By Legal Wrangling & Resignation Of Electoral Council Chief (part 2) Patricia Hynds
01 Costa Rica: Government Baffled & Tourist Industry Worried By Kidnap Case Patricia Hynds
28 Panama: Government Signs Contract With Salomon Brothers To Handle Privatization Of Telecommunications Company Kevin Robinson
28 Us Cellular Telephone Firm Sues Costa Rica Over Loss Of Contract Kevin Robinson
08 Latin American Criticism Follows U.S. Decertification Of Colombia & Waver For Paraguay (part 1) Patricia Hynds