14 in Asuncion, the Paraguayan
capital, to launch a joint investigation.
Department of Energy donation of radiation detection equipment to the Paraguayan
Radiological and Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARRN).
A good Paraguayan
side never gives up and we proved that again today," Haedo Valdez said.
Chesterton explains how elite Paraguayans
hoped these religious groups would convert the Chaco Boreal into a "civilized" region analogous to the eastern Paraguay.
This meant that while it took Bolivian troops and supplies more than two weeks to complete the journey, the Paraguayans
made it in four days, making tactical movements and resupply much easier.
The Australians stayed until late in the evening, mixing with the Paraguayans
They knew they had missed an opportunity of a lifetime -- to witness the Paraguayan
national team's selfprofessed No.
Perhaps Duarte was sensitized to the separatist nature of Paraguayan
Anabaptists because he occasionally attended the Spanish-language Mennonite Brethren congregation in the capital city where his wife, the first lady, Maria Gloria Penayo Solaeche, was a member.
trafficking victims are found in Argentina, Spain, and Bolivia; smaller numbers of victims are exploited in Brazil, Chile, France, Korea, and Japan.
leader, elected in April last year, also insisted he would not resign over the scandal despite a call from a senator aligned to his own party.
The Swiss travelers Rengger and Lompchamp (1828), describing a voyage to Paraguay in 1825, noted that there were few Blacks in Paraguay, either enslaved or free, and that the majority of Black Paraguayans
had been born in the colonies (Boccia Romanach 2005: 80).
Ambassador to Paraguay James Cason has recorded and released a CD of Paraguayan
music classics sung in Guarani.