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Here is a list of selected government tourist offices. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234; dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. delegation. Anguilla: Anguilla Tourist Board, P.O. Box 1388,...
Business WriterAntonio "Tony" Saca, the president of El Salvador, discusses talks up the Central American Free Trade Agreement Q. Why do you support the U.S.-Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement known as CAFTA? And why is CAFTA important now? A....
Times Staff Writer"The poor are not like everyone else," social critic Michael Harrington wrote in the 1962 bestseller "The Other America," which helped shape President Johnson's War on Poverty. "They are a different kind of people," he declared. "They think and feel...
Times Staff WritersLA MORA, El Salvador — Half a world away, millions of people came together last week to mourn Pope John Paul II, but you'll hear no tearful elegies from believers such as Nery Amaya, a Catholic for all of her 28 years. As she made the rounds as a...
Especial para El SentinelEl otro día escuché a una persona decir que como respuesta a la retirada de las tropas españolas de Irak, los norteamericanos deberían boicotear los productos españoles. Algo así como cuando los franceses se rehusaron a apoyar la guerra y algunos...
el SentinelLas últimas elecciones presidenciales de El Salvador han marcado un hito en la historia de ese país. Serán recordadas no sólo como las más votadas de su historia democrática al haber logrado que más del 60 por ciento de los salvadoreños lleguen a las...
Tags: Government, Heads of State
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe teen-agers crowding at the edge of the central plaza flash hand signs, share a marijuana joint and swap stories of the previous night's exploits. Dressed in baggy pants, their arms and chests covered with tattoos, their hair slicked back, they speak a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs John Dunne sees it, a writer's life has two states: writing and having written. Right now Dunne is in the latter one and relieved. He finished his book, "The Red, White and Blue," on April 6, 1986, at 2:06 in the afternoon, he says with his passion for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLAS MARIAS, El Salvador -- Margarita is much like other 15-year-old girls. She giggles when boys look at her, blushes when complimented on the pink barrettes in her hair and tries to keep her fingernails smooth and shapely. But there is grime beneath her...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 27, 1996 Dorothy Day, the great social activist, once remarked unforgettably: "The best thing to do with the best things in life is to give them away." Few among us have such unselfish generosity of spirit, but Day actually...
Tags: Death, Entertainment, Activism, New York City, Roman Catholicism
Sun Staff(First in a series) TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - The search for Nelson Mackay Chavarria - family man, government lawyer, possible subversive - began one Sunday in 1982 after he devoured a pancake breakfast and stepped out to buy a newspaper. It ended last...
Sun StaffThe search for Nelson Mackay Chavarria - family man, government lawyer, possible subversive - began one Sunday in 1982 after he devoured a pancake breakfast and stepped out to buy a newspaper. It ended last December when his wife, Amelia, watched as...
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