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Exit polls projected Lugo winning
Yellow fever outbreak kills 7

February 2008 ... more > Top ^
  The World Health Organization plans to send 2 million vaccines after yellow fever emerged there for the first time in 34 years

April 2008 ... more > Top ^
  Exit polls projected former Roman Catholic Bishop Fernando Lugo winning enough votes in to end six decades of one-party rule
 Fernando Lugo has a lead of about 8% over the governing Colorado Party's candidate, Blanca Ovelar

June 2008 ... more > Top ^
  Senate failed to muster a quorum, thereby frustrating Duarte's bid to resign 2 months before the end of his term to join that same legislative body

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Sep.17   Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty
  Paraguay's new President Lugo visited Brazil to launch talks to earn his poor country more money from a dam on the nations' shared border

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Nov.14   Tribe wins legal battle over loggers
  A small tribe of Indians who have had virtually no contact with the outside world won a legal battle over a Brazilian company from bulldozing the forest

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