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18 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
In local races with national implications, candidates for 2,792 municipal positions - including 335 mayoral seats - wrapped up their campaigns Thursday ahead of Sunday's vote.
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Yesterday | Examiner.com
Last night's concert in the San Francisco Performances Salon Series at the Hotel Rex featured soprano Marina Harris, mezzo Laura Krumm, and pianist Robert Mollicone, all concluding their respective tenures as second-year Adler Fellows with the San Francisco Opera .
Yesterday | Express India
New Delhi is India's most expensive city for expatriates but ranks in the 228th place in the global list New Delhi is India's most expensive city for expatriates but ranks in the 228th place in the global list, according to the findings of the latest 'Cost of Living' survey by ECA International.
Yesterday | Business Times
Beijing is the second most expensive city in Asia for expatriates, jumping up the ranking from fifth place last year while Tokyo still tops the list despite a sharply weaker yen, a survey showed Thursday [SINGAPORE] Beijing is the second most expensive city in Asia for expatriates, jumping up the ranking from fifth place last year while Tokyo still ... (more)
By Lolke van der Heide WILLEMSTAD, Curacao -- Venezuela still owes so much money to airlines in the Dutch Antilles that some of them are acute financial distress, according to sources in Curacao and Aruba.
Socialism: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro unveiled his big plan for socialism Monday night, just as a blackout engulfed the country.
Amid skyrocketing inflation and shortages of basic goods, Venezuelan authorities claim that an "economic war" is being waged against the socialist government of President NicolA s Maduro.
Venezuela's second massive power outage of the year plunged much of the nation into darkness on Monday night, prompting renewed talk of sabotage from President Nicolas Maduro's government and cries of incompetence from its foes.
A power blackout briefly darkened all of Venezuela's capital Monday night, and the government says other parts of the country also lost electricity.
President Nicols Maduro is not only the heir to the throne, but also to an economic crisis which demanded urgent measures to rectify the course.
The late President Hugo Chavez's dream of leveraging Venezuela's oil wealth to spread revolution across Latin America is crumbling under the weight of an economic crisis that is forcing his hand-picked successor to cut back on generous foreign aid.
Growing outrage over the treatment of people of Haitian descent in the Dominican Republic has the potential to ease domestic political pressures against the Michel Martelly administration but has the potential to end in violence of another kind-against Dominicans.
Thousands of opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took to the streets on Saturday to express outrage over the country's deepening economic crisis, seeking to rebuild momentum sapped after a string of electoral defeats.