DRCNet en Español 3/2/01

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DRCNet is proud to announce a new feature of our web site and newsletter: DRCNet en Español. We will henceforth be providing Spanish language translations of selected articles from the Week Online, on an as-time-permits basis. We hope to provide Spanish versions of most if not all of this newsletter, but plan even during busy times to translate at least one or two. This is the first time we're doing this, so we would welcome any feedback from Spanish-speaking readers.

Interested parties can check out DRCNet Español materials at http://www.drcnet.org/espanol/ on the web. We don't have all of the links an accompanying explanations translated yet, so please be patient. However, two articles with working links are available on the site now:

Nuevo Informe Critica a Clinton por su Política Carcelaria
(New Report Rakes Clinton on Imprisonment)

La Coca-Go-Round: La Producción Peruana Comienza a Aumentar Mientras qué la Rociadura Destruye Campos Colombianos
(The Coca-Go-Round: Peruvian Production Starts to Increase as Spraying Destroys Colombian Fields):

Please return as soon as this weekend if you wish to receive DRCNet Espanol bulletins via e-mail just fill out the "quick-signup" form at http://www.drcnet.org/espanol/ to subscribe.

Week Online Editor Phil Smith is the contact for DRCNet Espanol. He can be reached at [email protected].

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