Monday, 17 August 2009

News Round-Up 17/08/2009

Phew, I'm back online.

While I was suffering from Internet withdrawal symptoms, others were keeping up with the story of Brazil's involvement in the US attempt to destabilise the Allende regime in Chile in the 1970s.

Besides that:

Ten years after the murder of Jaime Garzon, IAPA asks Colombian authorities for justice (Journalism in the Americas)

Spying on Human Rights Defenders

El Salvador
Civic Organizations in El Salvador Demand Closure to Oscar Romero's Death (Americas Quarterly)

Uruguay Senate OKs Millions for Dirty War Victims (AP)

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