Sunday, 31 January 2010

News/Blogging Round-Up

I have missed most memory-related news items over the past week, but here is a small selection:

The Legacy of the Pinochet Dictatorship (Memory, Amnesia and Politics)
Pinochet could have received $292 million dollars in loans from Chilean government, unclear if paid or repaid (Chile From Within)

Who Cares About the Victims of Forced Displacement? (IPS)

El Salvador
Remembering "la Matanza" of 1932 (Tim's El Salvador Blog)

The Attack on the Spanish Embassy (Guatemala Solidarity Network)

Vargas Llosa anuncia que museo se llamara ahora Lugar de la Memoria (APRODEH)

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