Bulletin 17 February 2010

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Argentina: President revives the ghost of the Falklands ♦ Brazil: Presidential candidate proposes radical programme ♦ Venezuela to reconsider offer of electricity supplies from Colombia ♦ Argentina: local currency sinks ♦ Guatem

Bulletin 15 February 2010

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Colombia: guerrilla attack candidate ♦ Uruguay: new parliament to start work ♦ Ecuador and China increase military cooperation ♦ Argentinean film wins prestigious award ♦ European Union speeds up controversial agreement with Cen
The Colombian Government is not doing enough to protect the innocent, argues Human Rights Watch

Bulletin 4 February 2010

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Argentina: President rejects accusations of corruption ♦ Colombia: HRW warns of re-emergence of right-wing paramilitaries ♦ Bolivia: children abused in shelters ♦ Chileans confident in economy ♦ El Niño has arrived

Bulletin 3 February 2010

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Mexico: Students murdered “by mistake” ♦ Haiti: Judge to decide on fate of US missionaries ♦ Colombia: bodies from the 1985 Justice Palace attack found ♦ Two Latin American films nominated for Oscars ♦ Arge

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Venezuela rejects Colombian accusations of illegal incursion ♦ Brazilian President cancels trip to Davos due to illness ♦ Peru: guerrilla leader “surrounded” ♦ Chile: salmon production to fall ♦ Venezuelan parliament

Carta Abierta por Haití

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 A Colombian academic sends the world an open letter for Haiti (Spanish)

Bulletin 11 December 2010

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 Venezuela: devaluation causes chaos ♦  Colombia: right-wing para-military infiltration behind political assassinations ♦ Argentina: payment of public debt sparks off heated debate

BULLETIN 29 December 2009

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Argentina: First gay wedding in Latin America ♦ Venezuela: Chávez accuses Colombia of linking him with rebels ♦ Chile to hand over report on “espionage” in Peru ♦ Bolivia ends the year without new investment ♦ Brazil

BULLETIN 23 December 2009

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Mexico: Drug cartels on revenge attack for killing of leader ♦ Colombia: Guerrillas murder kidnapped governor ♦ Mexico: first gay wedding will not be annulled ♦ Peruvian President changes Economy Minister ♦ The British

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