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Uruguay: Free Again

Rejoining the democratic club Broad-shouldered, bushy-eyebrowed Julio María Sanguinetti, 48, bounded to the platform in the cavernous assembly hall of...

A Launch for the Uruguay Round

Wintry rainstorms pelted the Uruguayan seaside resort of Punta del Este last week, forming an ominously fitting backdrop for the historic meeting of government...

URUGUAY: Resounding No

A free vote and a free answer The voters of Uruguay, who have lived for seven years under a harsh, military-backed regime, trooped obediently to the polls...

Uruguay: And Then There Was One

After six weeks of intramural argument, Uruguay's nine-man National Council of Government finally decided to go along with the OAS ruling on Cuba. By a vote of...

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Uruguay's Montevideo Zoo Giving Away Its Big Cats

The municipal zoo in Uruguay's capital is giving up its two tigers, bending to pressure from animal rights protesters and a lack of funds. They are being sent to...

Regulate Pot?

Uruguay's Been There, With... The government of Uruguay makes Scotch whisky. It also makes and sells rum, vodka and cognac, and has done so for nearly a century. Many people...