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The latest in Power of Culture's 'cultural policies of non-western countries' series is on Mexico.
Hundreds of languages disappeared from Latin America and the Caribbean over the past 500 years, and many of the more than 600 that have survived could face the same fate in the not-so-distant future.
The Mexican Parliament has issued a formal request to Austria to return a traditional headdress worn by Aztec emperor Montezuma.
The city of Santiago has ended its term as American Capital of Culture 2004. From Saturday 1 January, Guadalajara, Mexico, will take its place as Capital of Culture for 2005.
At nearly two dozen subway stations in Mexico City, officials have begun handing out 1.5 million free books, a novel experiment aimed at promoting literacy and maybe even cutting down on crime.
Significant cultural entities are facing serious challenges under Mexico’s proposed 2004 budget, the International Network for Cultural Diversity newsletter has reported.