Colombia-Venezuela Business Deals Put On Hold

Amidst escalating tensions between Colombia and Venezuela over the recent abduction of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia’s (FARC) foreign minister, Ricardo Granda, the Venezuelan Ambassador to Colombia, Carlos Santiago Ramirez, was called back to Caracas, for “consultation.” Also, President Chavez, during his annual report to the National Assembly, announced that bilateral business deals, such as the Venezuela-Colombia gas pipeline, would be put on hold as long as the Colombian government does not apologize for its actions in the kidnapping.

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Mexican Scholarship Fund

The Mexican Scholarship Fund was created by the Consulate of Mexico in Indianapolis to promote and encourage students of Mexican descent to pursue higher education.

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FREE SPANISH LANGUAGE TEXT BOOKS

 

Every year the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Secretary of Public Education in Mexico, through the Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME), offer FREE Spanish language text books for students of Mexican and Latino/Hispanic descent

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NONPROFITS UNITE TO BETTER SERVE EXPANDING LATINO COMMUNITY

Indianapolis, IN ­ Three prominent Latino nonprofit agencies are merging with La Plaza, Inc., an organization dedicated to excellence in the areas of social services, education, cultural activities and economic development.

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