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  1. Mentally mature Solow blossoming ahead of TurfRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | RTE.ie

    The Grey Gatsby has already racked up wins in England, France and Ireland in his 11-race career, most notably when lowering the colours of Australia in the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown Freddy Head will look to run Solow at Royal Ascot and at the Breeders' Cup if the grey pleases him in Saturday's Dubai Turf at Meydan. Solow has won seven of his last eight starts over distances ranging from 12 furlongs to a mile, but Head is now of the opinion that shorter trips bring out the best in the Singspiel gelding and he tackles nine furlongs in the Group One event formerly known as the Dubai Duty Free.

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  2. Solow flying high for HeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Sky Sports

    Freddy Head will look to run Solow at Royal Ascot if the grey pleases him in Saturday's Dubai Turf at Meydan. Head has shown himself to be a creature of habit, with a tendency to plot the campaigns of his best horses in advance, so there is no surprise he already has the Queen Anne and Breeders' Cup in mind for the five-year-old.

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  3. A world view from Wareham: Cultural exchange to teach teens to be 'globally minded'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | SouthCoastToday.com

    "A different, more global perspective could lead to different, global solutions."   St. Julien, who accompanied Wareham High School Global Education students on a trip to Santa Cruz in 2013, said his students will be surprised most by the cultural difference between growing up in America and growing up in Cape Verde.

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  4. Baia Verde BeachRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | TrekEarth

    After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Tarrafal, away from the mass and with a genuine sustainable tourism Tourism is a small paradise where you live a genuine experience of its wonderful and welcoming people, Morabeza is still present in daily life.

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  5. Cops make arrest in one slaying; seek suspect in anotherRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | News Times

    Cinsere Brooks, 6, places a candle at a memorial in front of T. Market along Reservoir Avenue in Bridgeport, Conn., on Thursday Mar. 26, 2015. The market's store clerk Hakeem Joseph was shot and killed there on Wednesday.

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  6. Boston Fed study finds wealth disparities - worrisome'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Boston.com

    " The Color of Wealth in Boston ," a new report by the Boston Fed, could be accurately summed up in one word: white. By nearly every measure, white households in Boston had more wealth than African-Americans, Carribbean blacks, Cape Verdeans, Puerto Ricans, and Dominicans.

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  7. Oi/PT 'expelled' from CVT management; appeals to courtRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    PT Ventures, a company controlled by Brazilian telco Oi, was reportedly ousted from the management of fixed and mobile operator Cabo Verde Telecom via a local decision issued on 24 March 2015 in the Republic of Cape Verde. PT Ventures, which holds a 40% equity interest in the partly state-controlled , said it will appeal the decision in court, reports Jornaldenegocios.pt.

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  8. Mar de Baixo BreachRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | TrekEarth

    After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Tarrafal, away from the mass and with a genuine sustainable tourism Tourism is a small paradise where you live a genuine experience of its wonderful and welcoming people, Morabeza is still present in daily life.

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  9. Tip Tuna in TarrafalRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | TrekEarth

    The tip of Tuna, in Tarrafal, excellence is a place for scuba diving and snorkling in Cape Verde After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Tarrafal, away from the mass and with a genuine sustainable tourism Tourism is a small paradise where you live a genuine experience of its wonderful and welcoming people, Morabeza is still present in daily life.

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  10. Church Santo Amaro Abade in TarrafalRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | TrekEarth

    After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Tarrafal, away from the mass and with a genuine sustainable tourism Tourism is a small paradise where you live a genuine experience of its wonderful and welcoming people, Morabeza is still present in daily life.

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  11. Town Hall of TarrafalRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | TrekEarth

    After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Tarrafal, away from the mass and with a genuine sustainable tourism Tourism is a small paradise where you live a genuine experience of its wonderful and welcoming people, Morabeza is still present in daily life.

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  12. The 2015 European Union Film Festival - Part 6Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Examiner.com

    ... named Ventura figures prominently in the last, an aging Cape Verdean immigrant whom Costa befriended in the '90s. Cape Verde is actually ten small islands off the coast of West Africa, at one time a Portuguese colony, and now seemingly riddled with ...

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  13. Come on down! Half Marathon is a great example of what New Bedford has to offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... exploration and the transportation of Cape Verdean immigrants to New Bedford. In fact, it was the people of Cape Verde that returned the ship to New Bedford in 1982 as a gift to the citizens of the United States, and it now is berthed at State Pier ...

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  14. Ribeira da Prata BeachRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | TrekEarth

    After a pleasant journey of 70 km from Praia, and the interior of the island of Santiago, crossing the Serra da Malagueta, we got to Tarrafal, a small, typical fishing town with 20,000 inhabitants, and a bay surrounded by palm trees, where is one of the most beautiful beaches around the Cape Verde Archipelago. Within walking distance from Tarrafal in Ribeira da Prata Village, is a jewel of the local nature of the beach nesting sea turtles.

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  15. Martin Canning warns Hamilton Accies players that he's the boss, not their friendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The Daily Record

    Martin Canning says players need to treat him as their boss rather than a friend as he tries to restore winning ways at Hamilton Martin Canning has warned Hamilton's players not to regard him as their friend, but as their boss, and told a hero to step up to the plate. Canning acknowledges that a lot has changed, but says it's time for players to show they are the future stars of the club, and warned that under-performing players simply won't be in his team.

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  16. Come on down! Half Marathon is a great example of what New Bedford has to offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... exploration and the transportation of Cape Verdean immigrants to New Bedford. In fact, it was the people of Cape Verde that returned the ship to New Bedford in 1982 as a gift to the citizens of the United States, and it now is berthed at State Pier ...

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  17. Come on down! Half Marathon is a great example of what New Bedford has to offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... exploration and the transportation of Cape Verdean immigrants to New Bedford. In fact, it was the people of Cape Verde that returned the ship to New Bedford in 1982 as a gift to the citizens of the United States, and it now is berthed at State Pier ...

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  18. Africa: Mo Ibrahim Prize - Finally a WinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | AllAfrica.com

    ... 2.3 million inhabitants. And since the Mo Ibrahim Foundation previously awarded the prize to the presidents of Cape Verde (Pedro Pires in 2011) and Botswana (Festus Mogae in 2008) - neither of which has a population of more than two million people - ...

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  19. a Stories on a Journey a " Cape Verdea reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Washington Post

    ... the Cape Verdean equivalents - in the opening moments of "Contos Em Viagem - Cabo Verde" ("Stories on a Journey - Cape Verde"), a winsome, eye-catching play-with-music in the Kennedy Center's Family Theater on Wednesday evening. The joyful ...

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  20. Namibia's President Wins Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African LeadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | CFR.org

    ... awarded only three times previously: to Mozambique's Joaquim Chissano (2007), Botswana's Festus Mogae (2008), and Cape Verde's Pedro Verona Pires (2011). Other years, the selection committee found no qualified candidate. The lack of laureates is ...

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