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  • Foreign tourist boards

    For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. 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. mission or...
  • Nos escriben

    Una economía que amortigua los golpes El Sentinel trae dos interesantes artículos en su edición del 9 de agosto: "Reconocen coraje y empuje de la mujer hispana" [por María del Rosario Arreaza] y "Observaciones de un desastre económico" [por Alberto...
  • Drug-smuggling sub seized by Ecuador reportedly able to dive 65 feet

     
    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency participated in the operation that netted the sub. It was not clear who built it. Jay Bergman, the D.E.A. Andean director, told Kraul in an interview that the ship, with twin diesel engines, had an estimated cost of $4...
  • La 'Pantera' francesa acaba con Ecuador

    La 'Pantera' francesa acaba con Ecuador
    Un doblete de Bafétimbi Gomis dio la victoria 2-0 a Francia ante Ecuador en el estadio de Los Alpes de Grenoble, en partido amistoso y preparatorio para la Eurocopa y las eliminatorias sudamericanas respectivamente. En el primer enfrentamiento de su...
  • Santos wins: A vote for continuity in Colombia

     
    The presidency of Colombia for the next four years is in the hands of Juan Manuel Santos. The former defense minister defeated Antanas Mockus by a margin of more than 40% in Colombia's presidential runoff on Sunday, Chris Kraul reports in The Times....
  • Train Turns Summer Celebration into Scene of Carnage

    Train Turns Summer Celebration into Scene of Carnage
    CASTELLDEFELS, Spain -- The last thing they heard was the piercing whistle of an oncoming train. Moments later, dozens of mostly Latin American immigrants who crossed the tracks instead of using an underground passageway to reach a beach party in this...
  • U.S. Knocks on Asian Shrimpers' Doors After Oil Spill

    U.S. Knocks on Asian Shrimpers' Doors After Oil Spill
    As the Gulf Coast oil spill continues to gush, U.S. seafood suppliers are turning to Asia to ensure Americans have enough shrimp for their gumbos, Creoles and cocktails this summer, but some of those overseas cupboards are low themselves. Several...
  • If Ecuador wants free trade with the U.S., it should earn it

    If Ecuador wants free trade with the U.S., it should earn it
    The Times' Dec. 3 editorial, "Trading with Ecuador," ignores evidence of Ecuador's hostility to the United States and misleadingly asserted that Chevron is calling for an end to beneficiary status for Ecuador under the Andean Trade Preferences Act. While...
  • International Custody Battle in Greenville

    International Custody Battle in Greenville
    Jason Zank of Greenville says his ex-wife broke their custody agreement by taking their three year old daughter and moving to her home country of Ecuador. "I love her, I'd do anything I could for her, obviously I'm fighting tooth and nail to get her...
  • Patchogue Victim Recalled as 'Peaceful Guy'

    Marcello Lucero usually drove to get around, but he chose to walk to a friend's place in Patchogue late Saturday, his brother said. It was on that walk that Lucero, 37, was fatally stabbed because he is Hispanic, police said. Joselo Lucero, 34,...
  • Latino Group Suing Parents of Hate Crime Suspects

    A Latino advocacy group is suing the parents of the seven Patchogue-Medford High School students charged in the fatal stabbing of an Ecuadorean immigrant, saying the mothers and fathers should be held accountable for how they raise the children. The...