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

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21 New Fishing Dispute Causes Argentine-British Relations to Deteriorate (Part 1) LADB Staff
21 Salvadoran Government Calls 1996 'Year of Privatization' LADB Staff
21 New Fishing Dispute Causes Argentine-British Relations to Deteriorate (Part 2) LADB Staff
07 NIcaraguan Growth Strong in 1995; Trade Deficit, Debt Burden Economy LADB Staff
08 U.S. Drug Policy Criticized After Colombia Decertification, Paraguay Waiver (Part 1) LADB Staff
07 Chile Recorded High GDP, Low Inflation, Reduced Unemployment in 1995 LADB Staff
22 El Salvador Cracks Down On Crime; Two Eastern Departments Stage Protests LADB Staff
08 Legal Wrangling, Resignation of Electoral Chief Clouds Nicaraguan Election (Part 1) LADB Staff
15 Kidnap Victims Released; Costa Rica's Handling of Crisis Questioned LADB Staff
22 Ecuadoran, Peruvian Officials Meet in Effort to Solidify Peace LADB Staff
01 Document: U.S. State Department Travel Warning For Cuba Document
29 Bolivian President Sanchez de Lozada's Government Faces Another Strike LADB Staff
22 President Preval Names Prime Minister, Begins Addressing Haiti's Problems LADB Staff
28 Chile Reaches Accord to Join MERCOSUR as Associate Member LADB Staff
15 Guatemalan Peace Talks Back on Track; Final Accord Possible in 1996 LADB Staff
29 Colombian President Samper, Others Testify on Drug Money in Campagin LADB Staff
28 Trade Ministers Review Plan to Create Free Trade Area of the Americas LADB Staff
29 Honduran President Reina Takes New Steps to Curb Political Power of Military LADB Staff
07 El Salvador's Economic Policies Come Under Fire from Private Sector LADB Staff
14 Honduran, Nicaraguan Diplomats Agree on Maritime Boundary Dispute LADB Staff
14 Panamanian Economy Registered Moderate Growth, Low Inflation in 1995 LADB Staff
01 Costa Rican Intelligence Chief Suspended in Wiretap-Extortion Case LADB Staff
15 U.S. Increases Sanctions Against Cuba Following Downing of Two Planes LADB Staff
01 U.S. Tightens Sanctions Against Cuba After Downing of Two Exile Planes LADB Staff
08 Legal Wrangling, Resignation of Electoral Chief Clouds Nicaraguan Election (Part 2) LADB Staff
01 Kidnapping of Europeans Worries Costa Rican Government, Tourism Industry LADB Staff
28 New York Firm to Handle Privatization of Panama's Telecommunications Company LADB Staff
28 U.S. Cellular Telephone Firm Sues Costa Rica Over Loss of Contract LADB Staff
08 U.S. Drug Policy Criticized After Colombia Decertification, Paraguay Waiver (Part 2) LADB Staff