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Peso (7)   Argentina Financial (29)   Argentina Currency   FARC, 2002   Argentina Protest (27)   Airliner Crashed (3)
US reveals ties with Montesinos  1996 cabled message described Montesinos as a valued ally in the drug fight Peace talks collapse  Government has broken off talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia   Forces close in on rebels  13,000 soldiers to deploy for a presidential order to retake the demilitarised zone from FARC   Deadline extended for rebels  President Pastrana has announced an extension to a deadline for FARC to leave their safe haven Protests before peso's devaluation  Demonstrators overturned cars, lit fires and threw stones at police Peso trades again  The rate for international money transfers is at 1.40 pesos to the $. In domestic trading it's 1.60 pesos for dollar   UN launching bid for peace deal  UN special adviser on Colombia, James LeMoyne, is meeting leftist rebels from the FARC for a second session of talks   Peace process collapses  President Andres Pastrana has rejected a last-minute draft proposal by FARC Rebels agree to leave haven
Riots as Congress meets  Both houses of the legislature are meeting in an emergency session E. Duhalde becomes president  Fifth leader in two weeks will form a government of national unity to help deal with massiven chaos Prison riot leaves 45 dead  Police blamed the deaths on fighting between rival gangs Cabinet takes shape  President Eduardo Duhalde is entering into talks on forming a cross-party cabinet Rescue plan approved  Lower house has given approval to an emergency economic plan. President Duhalde given broad powers Peso devaluated


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Jan.2   Brazil  
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Jan.6   Argentina  
  New government ends 10 years of parity with the US dollar. 1.4 pesos would buy $1, a devaluation of 30%
Jan.7   Peru  
Jan.9   Colombia  
Jan.10   Colombia  
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Jan.11   Argentina  
Jan.12   Colombia  
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Jan.13   Colombia  
  FARC will pull out of their enclave in southern Colombia by the deadline set by President Pastrana
  Melbourne   Hobbled Kuerten loses  Second-seeded Gustavo Kuerten lost to a 5-set upset. Serena Williams withdrew with an ankle injury Jan.14   Colombia   Rebels agreed to resume talks
  FARC was satisfied that military controls around the safe haven would not endanger the talks
  Argentina   President Duhalde calls for unity  President has called for a historic national dialogue to take the country out of the worst economic crisis   Colombia   President sets talks deadline  Pastrana has told left-wing rebels they have 6 days to produce concrete results in peace talks Jan.23   Colombia   FARC demands bilateral truce  The main left-wing rebel group will continue military offensive, despite the resumption of peace talks with the government Jan.25   Argentina   March against bank curbs
  Police have fired teargas and rubber bullets. Banking restrictions imposed to try and salvage the economy
Jan.28   Ecuador   Airliner crashed with 92 people Map of Quito Ecuador
  Fog hampers search for TAME airline's internal flight 120 from capita Quito
Jan.29   Colombia   No survivors in air disaster  Wreckage of the Boeing 727-100 belonging to Ecuador's TAME airline was found spread over a wide area on the volcano


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B. 01-01 Riots as Congress meets Argentina
C. 01-01 E. Duhalde becomes president Argentina
D. 01-05 Rescue plan approved Argentina
01-06 Peso devaluated Argentina
5. 01-10 Deadline extended for rebels Colombia
6. 01-12 Peace process collapses Colombia
7. 01-13 Rebels agree to leave haven Colombia
8. 01-14 Rebels agreed to resume talks Colombia
J. 01-25 March against bank curbs Argentina



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Latin America
Peace talks collapse
Deadline extended for rebels
Forces close in on rebels
Peace process collapses
Rebels agree to leave haven
Rebels agreed to resume talks
Riots as Congress meets
E. Duhalde becomes president
Cabinet takes shape
Rescue plan approved
Protests before peso's devaluation
March against bank curbs
Rescue plan approved
Peso devaluated
Peso trades again
March against bank curbs
Peace talks collapse
Peace process collapses
UN launching bid for peace deal
Rebels agreed to resume talks
Rescue plan approved
Peso devaluated
Peso trades again
March against bank curbs
Airliner crashed with 92 people
No survivors in air disaster
Deadline extended for rebels
Forces close in on rebels
Rebels agree to leave haven
FARC demands bilateral truce
Prison riot leaves 45 dead
US reveals ties with Montesinos
Colombia
Peace talks collapse
Deadline extended for rebels
Peace process collapses
Rebels agree to leave haven
Rebels agreed to resume talks
President sets talks deadline
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Peace talks collapse
Peace process collapses
UN launching bid for peace deal
Rebels agreed to resume talks
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No survivors in air disaster
Deadline extended for rebels
Forces close in on rebels
Rebels agree to leave haven
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Riots as Congress meets
E. Duhalde becomes president
Cabinet takes shape
Rescue plan approved
March against bank curbs
Rescue plan approved
Peso devaluated
March against bank curbs
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Rescue plan approved
Peso devaluated
March against bank curbs
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