Ex-President Fernando Lugo announces plan to ‘reconquer true democracy’ in Paraguay; Mercosur tribunal rejects Paraguay’s appeal; European Delegation says the country is not ‘peaceful’.
President Lugo acknowledges another illegitimate child; Political crisis and social unrest continue; Paraguay is hit by uncharacteristically low temperatures
Protests continue in Asunción; Lugo returns to Paraguay; Plaza Uruguaya reopens to the public
Public protests shake the capital; Lugo makes history on Asiatic tour; Paraguay celebrates first Tesape audiovisual conference.
Paraguay celebrates independence day; police introduce initiative against cuidacoches; Gay rights activists take part in ‘kissathon.’
Asunción declared in emergency after flooding; Dates to be set for Lugo paternity tests; William Valverde dies aged 56
Floods in Chaco continue to spread; release date for 7 Cajas announced; 23 Dengue-related-deaths confirmed.
Floods continue to worsen; Beatlemania hits Asunción; President Lugo celebrates four years in office
Devastating floods hit the Chaco; Lugo enters into drug legalisation debates at the 6th Summit of the Americas; Dr Joel Filártiga is admitted to hospital.
Tañarandy celebrates Holy Week; accusations of political corruption are rife following recent elections; Paul McCartney to play first ever gig in Paraguay.
Benjamín Hockin Brusquetti qualifies for London 2012; domestic labour is the second most popular female occupation; Hernando Silvero Sarubbi dies aged 74
Amnesty International calls for end of violence against women in Paraguay; Lugo announces revision in income tax laws; Cocaine production located in Ciudad del Este.
Carperos agree to relocate to land provided by the state; six Paraguayans die in Buenos Aires train crash; Paraguay celebrates National Tereré Day.
Social unrest continues in Ñacunday; Vice President Federico Franco is struck down with dengue; Paraguayan director wins a prestigious award in London.
Tensions peak over land conflict in Ñacunday; Paraguay celebrates 23 years since the fall of the dictatorship; the contentious ‘listas sábanas’ voting system is abolished.