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Pedro Dutour

Pedro Dutour is a journalist in Uruguay, at the end of the world. He works at El Observador newspaper and Seisgrados, a magazine in Montevideo. He also contributes to Aceprensa, a Spanish web page. He began his career as a sport journalist. After writing for seven years on international affairs, he now covers economics at El Observador. He has a post-graduate degree in Political Marketing and, as a good South American, loves soccer.



After Castro, what comes next?
13 Oct 2006 | FEATURES |  
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The end draws near for the world's longest-serving leader. How will ordinary Cubans cope?


FOCUS ON DEVELOPING WORLD CHRISTIANITY
Latin rapture
17 Aug 2006 | FEATURES |  
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A simple message, zealous followers and the weakness of mainstream churches have made Pentecostals the fastest-growing religious group in Latin America.


Commandante Ch?vez scrounges for friends
21 Jul 2006 | FEATURES |  
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Venezuela's president wants to spread a new "Bolivarian revolution" through Latin America,  but the idea is unlikely to catch on.


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