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Exiled Aristide still affects Haiti's voters
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Haiti heads to the polls... at last
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Evo Morales's cabinet: a bizarre beginning in Bolivia
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Chile's Bachelet era begins with change
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Women get half of Chile's cabinet posts
AP (US)

Bolivia's Evo: ready or not?
The Economist (UK)

No Bush please -- we're Canadian
Salon.com (US)

Canada shifts to the right
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Is Chile's Bachelet Washington's new best ally?
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Haitian migrants face rising backlash nextdoor
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Brazilian newspapers win public trust
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Latin America's Indians on the move
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What's missing in this woman's victory? Coattails
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A leader making peace with Chile's past
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Bachelet's victory: leftward drift in Chile?
Counterpunch (US)

Free software, Big Oil and Venezuela politics
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What's in a suit and tie? Boliva's Morales raises the question
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20-year reign of terror in Peru
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Haiti's elusive elections
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Out of the underworld: criminal gangs in the Americas
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Bolivia's home-grown president
The Nation (US)

Latin America looks leftward again
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In Bolivia, setback for US anti-coca drive
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Gesture from Venezuela heats the Bronx
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Chavez opposition faces tough times
BBC (UK)

A clean sweep for Chavez and his allies
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Push to loosen abortion laws in Latin America
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Canadians brace for a bitter winter election
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Argentine president outs architect of economic recovery
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Rights leaders call for release of Haitian prisoners
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When a language dies: Mexican minority language resurgence
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Venezuela's Chavez roils Mexican presidential race
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An economic boon in Uruguay becomes a bane in Argentina
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Murder in El Salvador: who killed Gilberto Soto?
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Number of women in Chile's military on the rise
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In Colombia, drug cultivation rooted in economics
San Francisco Chronicle (US)

The Zapatistas' campaign for Mexican president
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The threat of hope in Latin America
The Nation (US)

Why the Americas have drifted apart
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Days of the dead on the border
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Chavez restyles Venezuela with 21st-century socialism
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Brazil in a lather over soap's gay kiss
The Guardian (UK)

Tangled strands in fight over Peru gold mine
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Brazil: nine years of missed human rights opportunities
Amnesty International (UK)

The man who woke Chile from its "sleep of disinformation"
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Brazil reaches out to young men to fight gender violence
OneWorld.net (US)

Guatemalans wary of military aid
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The sorrows of Haiti
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A serious message might get a diva into Argentine politics
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Hugo Chávez and the politics of race
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Venezuela's Chavez thrives on seeing threats from Bush
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Chavez's nuclear demand may force Argentina off fence
Chicago Tribune (US)

Haiti election grows more distant as prepwork moves slowly
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In Guatemala, a rise in vigilante justice
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Post-Katrina easing of labor laws stirs debate
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Hugo Chavez and his Bolivarian revolution
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As prison labor rises, Brazil's unions worry
Reuters (US)

Ready or not Haiti preps for vote
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In Mexican murders, fury is aimed at officials
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Political murder in Puerto Rico
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Hugo Chavez's mission
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Hurricane Hugo at the UN
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Nicaraguans relieved after political crisis averted -- for now
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Amid party graft, Brazil's president loses his luster
Boston Globe (US)

Remember Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega? He's back
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Where poverty drove Zapatistas, the living is no easier
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Will scandal kill Lula but spare reform?
Business Week (US)

Colombian paramilitaries trade guns for politics
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Thousands of Brazilians march to protest corruption
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Onward Christian assassins: Bush, Robertson and Chavez
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The Cuban 5: in jail for fighting terrorism
Counterpunch (US)

In Venezuela, a bid to empower poor barrios
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Dealing with the good and bad Hugo Chavez
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Venezuela: revolutionaries and a country on the edge
The Independent (UK)

Who would Jesus assassinate?
Counterpunch (US)

Televangelist Roberts suggests US kill Venezuela's president
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Chavez now in international spotlight
AP (US)

Revolution on Venezuela's estates
BBC (UK)

Like old times: US warns Latin America against leftists
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US CEO makes a bid to run Haiti
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Gay Mexican man granted asylum in US
The Guardian (UK)

Chavez program aims to boost Venezuelans' college options
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Colombia weighs fresh tack in drug war
Christian Science Monitor (US)

US plays both Venezuela sides
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Venezuela's Chavez gives land titles to indigenous peoples
AP (US)

No justice for Haiti's Jean-Juste
Village Voice (US)

Return to Venezuela: land reform and neighborhood doctors
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Dancing the corruption samba
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Venezuela's Chavez: using oil to spread revolution?
The Economist (UK)

The Cuba diet: what will eat when the revolution comes?
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Violent crime gallops across Argentina's pampas
Reuters (US)

Lending a hand to Argentina's protesters
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Kidnapping in Miami: the US, the UN and the Cuban 5
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Brazil's women get police stations of their own
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Brazil's president strong despite scandals
BBC (UK)

Venezuela's Chavez stokes confrontation
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In Mexican logging war, forest's peasant defenders are besieged
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Scandals drag down Brazil's president Lula
The Economist (UK)

Throwing gasoline on Haiti's fires
Counterpunch (US)

Why east and west don't meet in Bolivia
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Bolivia: where lynching still lives
Boston Globe (US)

Danger arises from all quarters in Haiti
St. Petersburg Times (US)

Bush's lonely campaign against Hugo Chávez
Counterpunch (US)

Bolivia's battle of wills
The Nation (US)

Haiti on the brink
The Economist (UK)

How Haiti's future may depend on a starving prisoner
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World is watching US-Venezuela terror clash
The Guardian (UK)

Bolivian city learns the price of protest
Globe and Mail (Canada)

Chávez says no place for US embassy in Caracas
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

Bolivia epitomizes fight for natural resources
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A Castro ally with oil vexes the US
Christian Science Monitor (US)

And now the news in Latin America's view
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"War on terror" at odds with "war on Castro"?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Artist shines light on Mexican murders
In These Times (US)

Law protecting US soliders undermines war on terror
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Colombian villagers want own peace deal
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Catholics turn to condoms in AIDS ravaged Honduras
Reuters (US)

Back to the streets in Bolivia?
Counterpunch (US)

US faces left-leaning Latin America
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Ecuador's president ousted
The Economist (UK)

Colombia's desterrados: they are not collateral damage
Counterpunch (US)

Venezuela flexes oil muscle
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Immaculate evasions in Haiti
Counterpunch (US)

Brazil debates racial quotas at university
Reuters (US)

Colombia poses dilemma for war on terror
Reuters (US)

Investigative journalism proves life-threatening in Mexico
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Aging prostitutes find champion in Mexico City mayor
Washington Post (US)

Brazil's Lula undermined by an awkward ally
The Economist (UK)

Light shines on state called Brazil's "Heart of Darkness"
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The Minuteman Project: Colombia comes to Arizona
Counterpunch (US)

Tombstone vigilantes ride shotgun to keep out strangers
London Times (UK)

Bush in Latin America
Counterpunch (US)

Central American women faces horrors on trek northward
Reuters (US)

Hugo Chávez and petro populism
The Nation (US)

Engaging and opposing Cuba on human rights
The Economist (UK)

Puerto Rico: First executions since 1928?
BBC (UK)

Venezuela's "Anti-Bush" fears assassination
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Women's rights eroding in Latin America
Counterpunch (US)

Mayans' invisible struggle
Boston Globe (US)

Bolivia's president emerges stronger after turbulent week
The Economist (UK)

Chilean communist leader unremitting in fight against Pinochet
The Guardian (UK)

Argentine school embodies memories of torture
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Buenos Aires: South America's new gay Mecca
Reuters (US)

Ad campaign on gay rights draws debate in Mexico
San Jose Mercury News

Leftist president installed in Uruguay
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Young prosecutor roils Brazil with gay marriage case
Reuters (US)

Success brings disarray Brazilian president's party
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Poor Chileans labor past retirement
Boston Globe (US)

UN peacekeepers accused of rape in Haiti
Reuters (US)

Latin America fails to deliver on basic needs
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Exiled Cuban writer dies in London
Reuters (UK)

Critics say Negroponte abetted torture in Honduras in 1980s
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Chavez stepping out of bounds
Christian Science Monitor (US)

No tears for Argentina
Business Week (US)

Latin America's curious peace-maker
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Chile aims to restore mining ghost town
Reuters (US)

Journalists under fire in Mexico's border drug wars
Reuters (US)

Castro, Chávez benefit from resource-sharing deal
Financial Times (UK)

The Everymigrant's guide to crossing the US border
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Colombia's ambitious peace plan hits roadblocks
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Pinochet: fit to be tried
Counterpunch (US)

Hidden files push Brazil to confront it's past
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Divorce ties Chile in knots
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São Paulo: taming an urban monster
The Economist (US)

The push to close Mexico's rich-poor gap
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Antiglobalization gathering in Brazil sees little to celebrate
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Loans seen as no solution for Haiti's poorest
Boston Globe (US)

Venezuela's land revolution put to the test
The Guardian (UK)

Islam gains toehold in Mexico's Zapatista country
Reuters (US)

Argentine recants admission of "dirty war" killings
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Past catches up with Mexico's oil monopoly
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

When will Washington pay attention to Latin America?
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Zapatista literary life
Counterpunch (US)

New era dawns in Chile with Pinochet's indictment
The Nation (US)

Health care? Ask Cuba
New York Times (registr. req'd)

US senators seek improved ties with Venezuela
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Killing journalists: Mexio's war on a free press
Counterpunch (US)

Paramilitary revolt haunts, baffles unstable Peru
Reuters (US)

Will Pinochet finally be brought to justice?
The Independent (UK)

Orphan of Mexico's "Dirty War" finds a long-lost brother
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Chilean court upholds Pinochet indictment
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

A rainforest debate: could it have housed past civilizations?
Boston Globe (US)

Clock ticks for Fox on Mexico's "Dirty War" trials
Reuters (US)

Chile women break political mold
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Chile turns against once untouchable Pinochet
Reuters (US)

Two women lead Chile's presidential race
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Signs of slow progress in Haiti
The Economist (UK)

In Chile, pace of justice quickens
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The miseducation of Latin America
The American Prospect (US)

In Cuba's grip, a market for culture
New York Times (registr. req'd)

15 years after Pinochet, Chile begins to dismantle his rule
New York Times (registr. req'd)

AIDS and homophobia in Jamaica
The Economist (UK)

In Chile, instant feedback creates the next day's newspaper
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Killings leave Mexico City's seniors, women in fear
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Haiti's political wounds overwhelm a struggling hospital
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Will Brazil be forced to deal with its military past?
The Economist (UK)

A singer confronts Colombia's pain
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In a land torn by violence, too many troubling deaths
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Plan Columbia: a wanton waste of money, manpower and lives
Counterpunch (US)

Uruguayans vote against fear
The Progressive (US)

Using courts to strengthen an Indian identity in Brazil
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Mexican sex crime trials: eye-to-eye in search of justice
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Canada: not as blue as you think
Salon.com (US)

Nicaragua's besieged president
The Economist (UK)

Brazil's spaceport threat to villages
BBC (UK)

Attacks on footballers highlight Brazil's crime woes
Reuters (US)

Divisive woes in Mexico's political parties
Financial Times (UK)

Crime in the Caribbean
The Economist (UK)

How John Kerry exposed the Contra-cocaine scandal
Salon.com (US)

Exhumed political killing opens old wounds in Brazil
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Safeguarding Colombia's oil
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chile purges vestiges of dictatorship from new constitution
The Economist (UK)

Poor nations on the front line of computer wars
Christian Science Monitor (US)

In Mexico, kidnapping not just a problem for the rich
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Slain Brazilian activist still provokes controversy
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Land disputes heat up around Brazilian Indian reservation
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A crackdown on Cuban entrepreneurs
The Economist (UK)

Mexican politicians' wives follow their husbands into office
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Mexican police mishandling rape-murder investigation
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

US House spurning Haiti
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Mexico's other migrant wave
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Terrorism fears spur growth in Mexican tourism
The Economist (UK)

Haiti in "total desperation" after storm
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Haiti's lethal floods
The Economist (UK)

Agony piled on agony in Haiti
BBC (UK)

Haiti's vicious circle
BBC (UK)

Picking a fight with Venezuela
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Keeping Che alive with capitalism
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

The Caribbean after Hurricane Ivan
The Economist (UK)

The economic battles of Argentina's president
The Economist (UK)

US orders sanctions against Venezuela for role in sex trade
AP (US)

Brazil's president is safe as long as the economy keeps growing
The Guardian (UK)

A man of many names, but one legacy in the Amazon
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Think tank blasts Bush commission report on Cuba
Antiwar.com (US)

The hunt for slave outposts in the Brazilian Amazon
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Brazil's plans to tame journalists stirs them up instead
New York Times (registr. req'd)

What really happened in Venezuela? An insider's account
The Economist (UK)

Where is the consistency in the war on terror?
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Chavez's new brand of populism
CounterPunch (US)

The meaning of Hugo Chavez: black and Indian power in Venezuela
CounterPunch (US)

Hugo Chavez: clutch hitter
PBS (US)

The Cuban baseball crisis
Slate.com (US)

Brazilian miners wiat for payday after diet of bitterness
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuela's Chavez faces political gulfs
Boston Globe (US)

What next for Venezuela?
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Venezuelans deserve a break from turmoil
International Herald Tribune (France)

Venezuelan masses make their voice heard
Tehran Times (Iran)

Chavez wins, his opponents cry foul
The Economist (UK)

Chavez's land reforms divide Venezuelans
Chicago Tribune (US)

Poll: Latin Americans mistrust democracy
The Economist (UK)

Venezuela's opposition loses momentum
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Why Hugo Chavez is headed for a stunning victory
The Guardian (UK)

Poor still supporting Venezuela's Chavez
AP (US)

An electoral comeback for Mexican traditionalists
The Economist (UK)

Venezuelans see political sign in statue demise
Reuters (US)

Haven offered to Colombian rebels, if they disarm
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Brazil, an unlikely literary Mecca
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Five months after Aristide, mayhem rules the streets in Haiti
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A close race seen in Mexico
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Drought brings Cuba to its knees
The Independent (UK)

Crime epidemic threatens a struggling Guatemala
The Economist (UK)

Talk of corruption trails Peru's president
Miami Herald (US)

Oil, Venezuela's life blood, is its now social currency too
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Amazon research project holds surpises -- good and bad
OneWorld.net (US)

Asphalt jungle: reconciling growth and conservation in Brazil
The Economist (UK)

Brazil's savannah will disappear by 2030
Nature (UK)

Brazil internet craze angers English speakers
Reuters (US)

Police seek Jamaican singer after attack on gay man
The Guardian (UK)

Haiti: the other regime change
Salon.com (US)

Cubans' risky route to freedom
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Bolivia's referendum on oil and gas
The Economist (UK)

Moved by homeland's political strife, Venezuelans sign up to vote
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Jail preacher at the center of Brazilian controversy
AP (US)

Mexico's Evita
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Signing on to challenge Hugo Chavez
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Brazil sets example for taming AIDS
AP (US)

Canada's election: a mandate, but no majority
The Economist (UK)

Latin America's last leftist hero?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Sculptor molds Colombia's pain into art
Chicago Tribune (US)

Cuba: chorus of praises, counterpoint of whispers
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

A military shift on Argentine atrocities
Los Angeles Times (US)

Case of ex-rebel leader looms over Haiti
Boston Globe (US)

Venezuelan leader braces for recall vote
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Mexico's kidnapping wave
The Economist (UK)

In Venezuela, words spread far and wide
Los Angeles Times (US)

How the CIA toppled Guatemala's government
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Recall in Venezula
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Infertile ground is sown in Brazil
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

A venting for Venezuela
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Brazil's new, assertive foreign policy
The Economist (UK)

Chavez's last stand?
BBC (UK)

After the flood: bringing relief to Haiti's poor
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chavez recall vote: edging closer, but still facing obstacles
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chavez "prepared" for referendum
BBC (UK)

Regime change imminent in Venezuela?
Antiwar.com (US)

Argentina: becoming a serious country
The Economist (UK)

Helpless survivors watch kin perish in Caribbean floods
Chicago Tribune (US)

Death, survival in Haiti's flood-struck Mapou
Reuters (US)

Haiti's daunting agenda
The Economist (UK)

Venezuela's critical hour
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuela's Chavez: ready for a recall vote
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Rising toll as Mexicans chase mirage through border desert
New York Times (regsitr. req'd)

Tracking the sale of a kidney from Brazil to Brooklyn
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Central America's gang problem
The Economist (UK)

Morning after pill in Canada: an Rx might not be needed
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Haitian Prime Minister to Africa-Americans: butt out!
Village Voice (US)

Swatting flies: new Cuba sanctions make no sense
Dallas Morning News (US)

Venezuela's all-powerful president
The Economist (UK)

Anti-Castro group slams Bush's Cuba moves
Antiwar.com (US)

Senseless crackdown on Cuba
Boston Globe (US)

Bush tightens Cuba embargo
Antiwar.com (US)

Cuba's rift with Mexico is an old scenario
Miami Herald (US)

An underpowered economy: can Brazil attract needed investors?
The Economist (UK)

Mexico-Cuba rift signals Latin American realignment
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Killings in Argentina focus on political boss
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Mexico, Cuba: the end of the affair?
Chicago Tribune (US)

Brazil's president pressed to spend more
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Panama's Canal: manifest destiny meets democracy
The Economist (UK)

Lula makes more promises as Brazil's problems mount
The Guardian (UK)

War on Peruvian drugs takes a toll: US asparagus
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuelan follies thwart diplomatic treatment
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Is Haiti getting any better?
The Economist (UK)

Debate rises in Argentina over Museum of Abuses
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Cuba: a better view of our neighbor to the south
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Argentina's debt calls for a tough balancing act
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Deforestation in the Amazon
The Economist (UK)

Peacekeeping: making sense of the mission in Haiti and beyond
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Poisons from afar threaten Inuit mothers, traditions
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Latin America's war on corruption
The Economist (UK)

On second thought: a Castro follow-up
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Brazilian efforts at progress mired in scandal
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The next WMD: Brazil's uranium enrichment facility
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Haiti's latest occupation
The Nation (US)

Castro's permanent revolution marches on
The Economist (UK)

Cola wars: Colombian unionists battle paramilitaries and Coke
In These Times (US)

Getting it right in Haiti this time around
International Herald Tribune (France)

How to reform Brazil's justice system
The Economist (UK)

Smear campaign: fear and suspicion in El Salvador
In These Times (US)

The Bogata experiment
WorldChanging.com (US)

Haiti: two unhappy centuries of freedom
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Haiti: a modern timeline
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Ingrid Betancourt and Colombia's hostages
The Economist (UK)

Venezuela's president escapes recall
In These Times (US)

El Salvador: from the bullet to the ballot
The Progressive (US)

Stay clear of Venezuela
Seattle Times (US)

Canada's national interest tied to failed states like Haiti
Toronto Star (Canada)

Haiti's democracy in flames
In These Times (US)

Role in Haiti events backfiring on Washington
OneWorld.net (US)

Colombia: prosecution problems persist
Human Rights Watch (US)

The problem with Haiti's gun culture
BBC (UK)

Argentina and the IMF: default averted
The Economist (UK)

Mexico in US politics
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Betraying democracy: how Bush has created a disaster in Haiti
Salon.com (US)

US ignores turmoil in Americas
Miami Herald (US)

Land long divided by class, color, Haiti explodes
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Can Brazil's economy bounce back?
The Economist (UK)

After Aristide, what's next for Haiti?
The Economist (UK)

Shattered democracy in Haiti
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Lessons of Haiti: dramatic intervention not enough
The New Yorker (US)

Death-squad veterans lead Haiti's new rebellion
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Rise and fall of a "Haitian Mandela"
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Why Aristide has to finish his term
International Herald Tribune (France)

Haiti's spreading rebellion
The Economist (UK)

Weakened Haitian police overcome by rebel violence
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Brazil's tribes fear for their environment
AP (US)

Indigenous movements and democracy in the Andes
The Economist (UK)

International march on Juarez to stop the murder of young women
Village Voice (US)

Haiti's collapse
The Nation (US)

A boon for Bogata
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Haiti's conflict: America's problem?
The Economist (UK)

From poli-sci major to leftist guerilla in Colombia
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Argentina's prostitutes get militant
The Guardian (UK)

Who speaks for liberty in Cuba?
Village Voice (US)

Dead end: Chile's school voucher program
The American Prospect (US)

Haiti's descent
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Brazil's new trade diplomacy
The Economist (UK)

Mexico's immigration problem: the kamikaze's of poverty
The Economist (UK)

Bush finds a new ally in Guatemala
In These Times (US)

Cuba's abandoned librarians
Village Voice (US)

The girls next door: Mexican women forced into sex slavery in the US
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Cuba's secret bid for the 2012 Olympics
BBC (UK)

Rebels in Chiapas: promises kept in Mexico City
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Argentina's economic crisis leaves many adrift
Washington Post (US)

The Amazon's Indian wars
The Economist (US)

Venezuela may let the starving steal
Reuters (UK)

Mexico's gay community on the rise
The Data Lounge (US)

Chile's queers on the move
IPS (Mexico)

Hemisphere and loathing: Bush tries to make up with American leaders
Mother Jones (US)

US's Latin American allies: docile no longer
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Brazil points to way ahead in AIDS battle
BBC (UK)

Colombia's security policy: you do the math
The Economist (UK)

Reparation day: Haiti calls for $21 billion from France
Boston Globe (US)

Brazil pays parents to help poor be pupils, not wage-earners
New York Times (registr. req'd)

City of the dead: murder of women continues in Ciudad Juarez
Baltimore Sun (US)

Castro's New Year's Revolution still stands 45 years later
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Looking back on Lula's first year
The Economist (UK)

A visit with Castro
The Nation (US)

Venezuela's president faces third ouster attempt
In These Times (US)

Former officer stirs up Honduras police force
Ms. Magzine (US)

Colombia's new crisis: a farewell to arms?
In These Times (US)

Brazil's president describes a bright present
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Haiti's sad anniversay
The Economist (UK)

Life after Chrétien: Canada's new leader
The Economist (UK)

Counter-reform in Latin America: Urugay's bold new oil policy
The Economist (UK)

Librarians in Castro's gulag
Village Voice (US)

Cry Haiti: trouble brews as country heads towards bicentennial
In These Times (US)

Treasure looters plague ancient Guatemalan city
Reuters (US)

Mexico's "dirty war" prosecutor pushes on
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Argentina's rebound
The Economist (UK)

Brazil mayor charged for ban on gay people
The Guardian (UK)

Colombia disarms fighters, again
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Rural Haitians are vanguard in AIDS battle
New York Times/Yahoo.com (US)

Debate over Chávez divides Venezuelan families and friends
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Colombia's paramilitaries: a dubious disarmament plan
The Economist (UK)

New Colombian military apointee a slap in US's face
Antiwar.com (US)

Easter Island seeks autonomy from Chile
Reuters (US)

Ecuador's punctuality campaign
The Economist (UK)

Shake-up spoils Colombia's efforts to cast stable image
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A Lula for Mexico?
The Economist (UK)

Bolivia: when is a democracy not a democracy?
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Bolivia: the country that wants to exist
The Progressive (US)

Colombia and human rights
The Nation (US)

Inequality in Latin America
The Economist (UK)

Taking the pulse of Latin America
The Economist (UK)

How the US's drug war brought down Bolivia's president
The American Prospect (US)

Colombia leans left
Utne reader (US)

Domestic disturbances: anti-globalization in Latin America
The New Republic (US)

Colombia's referendum gamble
The Economist (UK)

Killer candidate: ex-general threatens Guatemala's elections
In These Times (US)

Bolivia's protests of hope
The Nation (US)

Unrest in the Andes: Bolivia brings down a president
The Economist (UK)

Despite kidnappings, Colombia urges travel
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Venezuela: the promise of land for the people
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

The cold war in the Caribbean
The Economist (UK)

Jamaicans come home
The Economist (UK)

Lula reaches out
Washington Times (US)

US Senate poised to lift Cuba travel ban
The Hill (US)

Marriage equality affirmed in Canada
The Data Lounge (US)

Biotech and farming in Brazil
The Economist (UK)

Hope for Brazil's landless
Utne Reader (US)

Bloody bananas: Guatemalan peasants murdered on Del Monte plantation
The Village Voice (US)

Coca politics in Bolivia
Boston Globe (US)

Brazil, Argentina and the IMF
The Economist (UK)

Leaving Altar: the migrant economy
In These Times (US)

Cancun: Farm subsidies and the war on terror
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The lost girls of Juárez
The New Yorker (US)

Child combatants in Colombia
The Economist (UK)

Paraguay's Minister for Women's Affairs promotes gay unions
IGLHRC (US)

Laissez contraire: why poor nations revolted in Cancun
The American Prospect (US)

Poor Nations Claim Victory in Cancun
Washington Post (US)

Days of hope and fear: Chile after Allende
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Remembering Salvador Allende
The Nation (US)

Two 9/11's, one story
The Guardian (UK)

Borderline medicine
Salon.com (US)

Chile and the Allende anniversary
The Economist (UK)

Brazil's land rush leads to stand-off
Washington Post (US)

Brazil's Gil, a Minister for the Masses
Washington Post (US)

Mexico's congress
The Economist (UK)

Colombia's leftist rebels unite
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Biodiversity, Inc.: Mexico tries a new tactic against Chiapas rebels
In These Times (US)

Eulogies for a 'Citizen of the World'
Washington Post (US)

Disaster jolts Brazil's space program
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Mexico's Human Rights Retreat
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuela: Referendum on Chávez
Washington Post (US)

Argentina and the IMF: obstacles to a crucial plan
The Economist (UK)

Nicaragua's banana workers may finally get justice
In These Times (US)

The taint of the greased palm: how can poor countries stay clean?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Latin American reforms: The struggle for progress
The Economist (UK)

Puerto Rican Pull-0ut
Miami New Times (US)

Brazil: Mass Kiss-In Denounces Mall's Anti-Gay Edict
Q (S. Africa)

Cuban Film Shows Raw Side of Life in Havana
Yahoo! News (US)

Vatican Launches Global Antigay Campaign
Washington Post (US)

Castro blasts the European Union
AFP (France)

Colombia: A Hard New Life Inside the Law
Washington Post (US)

Goodbye, but Not Farewell
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Celia Cruz: The queen of Afro-Cuban music
The Guardian (UK)

Argentina's Pain May Help Ease Future Crises
Washington Post (US)

Affirmative action in Brazil
Economist (UK)

A Disgraced Mexican Leader Is Making a Comeback
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Terrorism in Peru: How big a threat is the Shining Path?
The Economist (UK)

Attacks on Venezuela's media
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Argentina's capital warily approves gay rights
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Canadian rhapsody: the Great White North's progressivism
Boston Globe (US)

Canada: hippie nation?
The Nation (US)

Mexico's elections: trying to make democracy work
The Economist (US)

Haiti: short and bitter lives
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

A Different Tack on Brazil
Washington Post (US)

Transgender Candidate Roils Mexico
San Diego Union-Tribune (US)

Colombian labor groups fight US businesses in US courts
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chile's strange justice
The Nation (US)

Mexico's creaky criminal-justice system
The Economist (UK)

Mexican women seize the sports spotlight
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Argentina's dirty war won't be forgotten
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chile: Gabriela Mistral, 'Mother of the Nation,' Poet and Lesbian?
New York Times (registr.)

Brazil's affirmative action debate
Washington Post (US)

Fox's job now is Mexican reforms
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

The children of Argentina's "disappeared" search for the truth
Baltimore Sun (US)

Scrap by scrap, Argentines scratch out a living
Washington Post (US)

Finding the "disappeared" with no help from the US
In These Times (US)

Castro's abuse of power
The Progressive (US)

Colombia's civil war spreads turmoil to Venezuela
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Malnutrition blights Mexico's young
Washington Post (US)

Colombia's conflicts
The Economist (UK)

The high cost of democracy in Mexico
The Economist (UK)

Brazil's leader steps onto the world stage
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Mule-work in Colombia
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

Inequality causes as much violence as drugs
Yahoo/OneWorld.net (US)

A new start for Argentina's economy?
The Economist (UK)

Argentina's military reshaped
BBC (UK)

Argentina's election: Kirchner seeks allies
The Economist (UK)

Argentina, turning corner, leans to left
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Bush targets Florida through Fidel
The Guardian (UK)

Elections vs. democracy in Argentina
The Nation (US)

Regression and abuses in Guatemala
The Economist (UK)

Castro's secret war on Cuban writers
The Independent (UK)

US Navy leaves Vieques, residents celebrate
ENS (US)

Brazil's violent crime wave
The Economist (UK)

Colombia's labor movement: stuck in the middle
In These Times (US)

Argentina's presidential election
The Economist (UK)

Campaign conscripts: how to win the Argentina election
The American Prospect (US)

Cuba: waiting for the change
McLean's (Canada)

New hope for Brazil?
Dissent (US)

Venezuela one year after the coup
The Economist (UK)

Gay rights bring Puerto Ricans to the streets
Orlando Sentinal (US)

Cuban repression: disappearing into a Caribbean gulag
The Economist (UK)

Cuba: a purge with a purpose
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Lula chooses continuity over revolution
Washington Post (US)

Argentina's economy: poised for growth?
The Economist (UK)

Honduras grapples with deadly gangs
Boston Globe (US)

Locked up in Cuba with Castro's key
Globe and Mail (Canada)

Mexico moves towards real federalism
The Economist (UK)

Voter apathy marks run-up to Argentine elections
Washington Post (US)

Mexican women say no mas to booze
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Brazil's leader angers his old allies
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Argentina's presidential election
The Economist (UK)

Mexico and Chile walk a tightrope
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

New humanitarian roles for Brazil's military
New York Times (registr. req'd)

US link in Colombia bombing
LA Times (US)

No cataclysm brought down Mayan civilization
Washington Post (US)

"Peasant" force takes shape in Colombia
Washington Post (US)

Unrest clouds Bolivia leader's future
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Canada-US relations strained
The Economist (UK)

The Andean drug industry
The Economist (UK)

Venezuela's media coup
The Nation (US)

Captive audience: human rights in Chile
The American Prospect (US)

Brazil's president will need alliances to eradicate hunger
The Nation (US)

Cooperatives step in when factories fail in Argentina
Washington Post (US)

Mexico must decide whether to support Iraq war resolution
The Economist (UK)

Bush flip-flops on Chávez and Venezuela
The New Republic (US)

Bush moves closer to a military relationship with Colombia
Washington Post (US)

Cuba libro: books as a metaphor for the Cuban system
Libération (France)

Bush, Inc. could learn a think or two from Brazil's president
L.A. Weekly (US)

Reprieve for Mexican prisoners on US death rows
Financial Times (UK)

Venezuela after the strike
The Economist (UK)

Venezuelan strike falters
BBC (UK)

Colombia's invisible pain
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

US businesses push for better relations with Mexico
The Economist (UK)

Venezuela's costly strike
The Economist (UK)

Mexico seeks to block US from excuting Mexican citizens
BBC (UK)

In Argentin egarbage pickers band together to control their fortunes
The American Prospect (US)

Venezuelan media paints Chavez as a dictator
Washington Post (US)

Ecuador's pipeline out of debt
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Argentina's shaky economy
The Economist (UK)

Strike-breaking in Venezuela
Financial Times (UK)

Guatemala rushes to appease Washington with anti-drug crackdown
Washington Post (US)

Sanctions or not, the US is Cuba's economic partner
The Economist (UK)

Lula sworn in as Brazil's president
BBC (UK)

Venezuela on the brink
The Nation (US)

Maquiladoras pack up shop in Mexico.
Workingforchange.com (US)

Brazil Sends Gasoline at Venezuelan's Request
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Latin America's annus horribilis
The Economist (UK)

Bush's Venezuelan Breakdown
Washington Post (US)

Gay Jamaican men seek asylum
Black World Today

US taxpayers aid and abet criminal activity in Cuba
Miami New Times (US)

Venezuela: From bad to worse
The Economist (UK)

US Hushed Up 1978 Argentine Junta Murders
Associated Press (US)

Venezuela on brink of second coup
The Guardian (UK)

Brazil: Lula appoints three ministers
Financial Times (UK)

U.S. Clarifies Stand on Venezuelan Vote
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Racist rage of the Caracas elite
The Guardian (UK)

Iraq distracts world from South American crises
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuela: Grinding to a halt
The Economist (UK)

Children's Welfare Improves in Latin America
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Havana, Film Festival Hits a Chord
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Misrule in Paraguay
The Economist (UK)

Battle for Venezuela's Future
LA Times (registr. req'd)

Venezuela: Frightening the Powerful
Narco News Bulletin (US)

Venezuelan media the focus of protests
BBC (UK)

Venezuela officials 'ready for talks'
BBC (UK)

Wave of Women's Killings In Juarez
New York Times (registr.)

Latino Immigrants Dreaming Against the Odds
Washington Post (US)

Venezuela's escalating strike
The Economist (UK)

A Mutually Beneficial Relationship: Bush and Cuban Criminals
The Guardian (UK)

Called to Haiti
Washington Post (US)

Disposable Laborers
New York Times (registr. req'd)

U.S. Automaker Ford Participated in Argentina's 'Dirty War'
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Brazil's north-east beaches and a fantasy come to life
The Guardian (UK)

Mexico Women March for Justice
BBC (UK)

Brazil: Lula's Prospects
New York Review of Books (US)

Sometimes even Castro's on right side
Houston Chronicle (US)

Canadian official calls Bush 'moron'
National Post (Canada)

Money sent home by Latin Americans abroad dwarfs US aid
Washington Post (US)

Washington Woos Brazil
Financial Times (UK)

Venezuela Makes Another Halting Attempt at Talks on Crisis
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Troubled Caribbean Economies
The Economist (UK)

America's school for torture
Daily Star (Lebanon)

Graphic Arts Magic in Havana
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Report Criticizes Colombia on Militias
New York Times (registr. req'd)

El Salvador's teenage beauty queens
The Observer (UK)

Hollywood film triggers wave of Frida Kahlomania
Washington Post (US)

Argentina: Swiss to Probe Alleged Menem Bribe
Reuters (US)

Haitians a Threat, INS Says
Washington Post (US)

Security and human rights in Colombia
The Economist (UK)

Trans Rights in Mexico
BBC (UK)

Karzai wants Guantanamo checked
BBC (UK)

As U.S. Seeks a Trade Accord, Brazilians Recall Discord
New York Times (registr.)

Brazil: What will Lula's victory mean?
The Economist (UK)


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