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August 20th, 2007

IPS is proud to announce a new blog in Spanish, where IPS correspondent in Bogotá, Constanza Vieira, is posting extremely interesting and clever entries.

Costanza’s new blog can be found at http://www.ips.org/blog/cvieira/
We’ve also created a new page with all our independent bloggers, “IPS writers in the blogosphere”, where you can find some of our writers’ blogs, including Jim Lobe’s popular “lobelog” (http://www.ips.org/blog/jimlobe/).

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