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January 26, 2011

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gabriel

I'm not saying the iranian government is telling the truth, but the only source about Coelho's books being banned is his own publisher in Teeran. As long I am concerned, nobody checked this info beyond it.

Liz@

I hope the US can warm up relations with not only Brazil, but South America in general. The people and resources of these areas have a vital role to play on the world scene. The world stands to benefit greatly from the input of these nations. Too many in the US live like they don't even know Brazil exists. This is sad and unfortunate.

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