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B. 08-01 Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano Sao Paulo
C. 08-04 Congress elects Lozada president Bolivia
08-07 Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office Bogota, Colombia
4. 08-07 IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil Brazil
F. 08-11 State of emergency declared Colombia
6. 08-23 Economy registers sharpest drop ever Venezuela
H. 08-30 Plane crash leaves 24 dead Brazil

U.S. $1.5bn aid deal for Uruguay  Emergency loan is aimed at keeping financial system from collapsing and to enable banks to reopen Protesters burn O'Neill photos  Demonstrators burned a photo of U.S. Treasury Secretary after his arrival   Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office Map of Bogota Colombia
Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano  Olimpia won the Libertadores Cup for the third time, coming from behind and then winning a penalty shootout 4-2 Bomb explodes days before inauguration  A car bomb is injuring one woman. Leftist rebels are preparing a warm welcome for President-elect Uribe Congress elects Lozada president


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Aug.1   Sao Paulo  
Aug.3   Colombia  
Aug.4   Bolivia  
  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, a U.S.-educated, pro-market former president, is to lead the country for 5 years
  Uruguay  
Aug.6   Argentina  
Aug.7   Colombia  
  Several explosions rocked downtown Bogota just before Uribe was walking up the Congress building's steps for inauguration
  Brazil     IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
  The International Monetary Fund is hoping to help pull the country and the region out of crisis
Aug.9   Venezuela     Police and Chavez supporters in gunfight  The gunfire came after the Supreme Court again voted to postpone a decision on 4 senior military officers Aug.11   Colombia     State of emergency declared
  New President Alvaro Uribe declared a state of emergency to fight a 'regime of terror' following a surge of war violence
Aug.14   Venezuela     Chavez supporters protest coup ruling  4 top military officers will not face trial for their role in an attempted coup. National Guards blocked the streets Aug.18   Hungary   Barrichello wins GP  Rubens Barrichello edged Michael Schumacher to win the Grand Prix and the 1-2 finish secures constructors' title   Venezuela     Chavez celebrated anniversary  President celebrated the second anniversary of his re-election, vowing his 'revolution' will survive a Supreme Court ruling Aug.21   Venezuela     Chavez mulling constitutional reforms  President was considering reforms to the constitution he helped rewrite after his election more than three years ago Aug.22   Colombia     Rebels reject UN mediation  FARC has rejected a government proposal for United Nations' mediation to end the civil war Aug.23   Venezuela   Economy registers sharpest drop ever  Venezuela's economy contracted 10% in the second quarter, as a slide in its vital oil revenue trimmed economic growth   Brazil   Ronaldo announces return to Milan  Real Madrid announced that negotiations for Ronaldo transfer from Inter Milan had collapsed   Peru   Torture of navy cadets investigated  Congress is investigating the torture after a broadcast a video of soldiers getting electric shocks and being beaten Aug.24   Venezuela   Thousands of Chavez supporters march  Tens of thousands show faith in their leader despite an economic recession and opposition attempts to oust him Aug.26   Venezuela   Venezuela recovering, president says  Hugo Chavez promised that economic recession would soon recover despite what he called attempts to 'sabotage' it Aug.30   Brazil   Plane crash leaves 24 dead
  Small-twin engined plane crashed shortly after takeoff. A member of the congress was among the victims
  New York   Kuerten dominated Safin at U.S. Open  Kuerten stunned No. 2-seeded Marat Safin, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Henin advances to fourth round



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South America, August 2002, Location by Topic
Location Politics Business Sports Crime & Justice War & Army Protest
Latin America
Congress elects Lozada president
U.S. $1.5bn aid deal for Uruguay
Protesters burn O'Neill photos
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Police and Chavez supporters in gunfight
State of emergency declared
Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
U.S. $1.5bn aid deal for Uruguay
Protesters burn O'Neill photos
IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Economy registers sharpest drop ever
Venezuela recovering, president says
Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano
Ronaldo announces return to Milan
Bomb explodes days before inauguration
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
Rebels reject UN mediation
Torture of navy cadets investigated
Protesters burn O'Neill photos
Police and Chavez supporters in gunfight
Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
Thousands of Chavez supporters march
Venezuela
Police and Chavez supporters in gunfight
Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
Chavez celebrated anniversary
Chavez mulling constitutional reforms
Economy registers sharpest drop ever
Venezuela recovering, president says
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Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
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Police and Chavez supporters in gunfight
Chavez supporters protest coup ruling
Thousands of Chavez supporters march
Colombia
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
State of emergency declared
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Bomb explodes days before inauguration
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
Rebels reject UN mediation
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Brazil
IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano
Ronaldo announces return to Milan
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