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  1. After her sister's murder Helen Mack Chang became a reformerRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    Since the [Myrna Mack Foundation] was formed, we have tried to encourage citizens to know their rights and defend them, and ... build a genuine rule of law in Guatemala,' says Helen Mack Chang. It was late February 2003 and finally the Mack family had their government cornered at the sort of hearing for which they had waited more than a decade.

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  2. Just Published: "Enterprise Development Holdings Limited (1808) -...Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    It is in the business of incorporated business software solutions; and manufacture and sale of bare copper wires and magnet wires. EDHL generated revenue from software maintenance and other services along with Sale of software products and others.

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  3. With Real Internet Banned, Everyday Cubans Make Their Own...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Billboard

    Cut off from the Internet, young Cubans have quietly linked thousands of computers into a hidden network that stretches miles across Havana, letting them chat with friends, play games and download hit movies in a mini-replica of the online world that most can't access. Home Internet connections are banned for all but a handful of Cubans, and the government charges nearly a quarter of a month's salary for an hour online in government-run hotels and Internet centers.

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  4. Cuban youth build secret computer network despite Wi-Fi banRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WAND-TV Decatur

    Home Internet connections are banned for all but a handful of Cubans... . In this Jan. 4, 2015 photo, Rafael Antonio Broche Moreno poses with his computer, modem and intranet network cabling at his home in Havana.

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  5. Cuba has an illegal 'Internet' that connects thousands of computersRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | TechSpot

    Some have argued that Internet access is now a human right but you won't hear such poppycock in Cuba. With home Internet connectivity reserved for a select few and public Internet cafes and hotels charging roughly a quarter of a month's salary for just an hour of web time, it's simply impossible for most to use a service that the majority of us take for granted. 3 comments

  6. Arizona's Democratic Lawmakers Going After 'Dark Money'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times

    Democrats in the Arizona House and Senate have unveiled a package of bills aimed at regulating so-called "dark money." Arizona's been a hot-spot for the "dark money" issue, which involves organizations being able to dump millions of dollars into elections without having to reveal their donors -- so much so that former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard has called the state the " Cayman Islands for dark money ."

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  7. Manning: My main concern was my speechRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    This is the address given by former Prime Minister and member of Parliament for San Fernando East, Patrick Manning as a constituency meeting in Plesantville on Monday night, in which he gave supporters an update on his medical condition, and disclosed his decision to sign the consent form to be nominated for screening - Chairman of the Constituency of San Fernando East Mr Vice Chairman Mme Secretary Members of the Executive Area Managers Chairmen and Vice Chairmen of Party Groups Party Members of the Constituency Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen When last we met, at this very location, I relayed to you that I would be prepared to consider a review of my position in respect of electoral politics in the following circumstances: My Health: that is to say, I needed to undergo a medical assessment to determine my preparedness and wherewithal to accept the assignment Your Support: that is to ... (more)

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  8. The real story behind Alan Gross's work in CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Hill

    If you didn't know anything about Alan Gross other than what you saw on television, you probably thought it was right for him to sit next to first lady Michelle Obama as guest of honor at this year's State of the Union address. Television news reporting told the story of Gross as a humanitarian unjustly jailed in 2009 by a repressive Communist regime for the crime of bringing Internet access to Cuba's small Jewish community.

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  9. Face of Defense: Compassionate Soldier Motivates PatientsRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Official Wire News

    "Army Strong" means something different to each soldier, and for some who are injured, it can seem like a thing of the past. But thanks to soldiers like Sgt.

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  10. Govt submits integrity plan to ParliamentRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Herald

    Government submitted a plan of approach to Parliament on Monday for the implementation of recommendations from the three integrity reports. Parliament instructed government in a unanimously passed motion on October 22, 2014, to come up with a plan to address the General Audit Chamber Report, the Wit-Samson Report and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Report on integrity in government.

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  11. Sea rescue service to receive replacement lifeboat in JulyRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Herald

    French-side sea rescue service SNSM will take possession of a lifeboat this coming July to replace the extensively damaged SNSM 129, it was disclosed at a press conference Saturday with Vice-Admiral Jacques de Solms, Inspector General for the national SNSM. The Vice-Admiral was here in May 2014 and on this occasion made a special visit to announce the good news as well as have meetings with PrA fet Philippe Chopin and President Aline Hanson to solicit financial support.

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  12. Advisory Council wants timeshare law in DutchRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Herald

    The hold up in the processing of the draft initiative laws to regulate the timeshare sector has come down to a matter of language. The two draft laws are written in English, one of the official languages of the country, but the Advisory Council has requested the law to be re-submitted by the Democratic Party , the initiator, in Dutch.

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  13. Holiday island crash victim still in a comaRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    POLICE are stepping up investigations into the car crash which left a Hampshire woman fighting for life in a Caribbean hospital. The 30-year-old, who has been named locally in the Cayman Islands as Kate Clayton, remains critical in a coma following an accident in her Jeep Wrangler after a night out.

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  14. Uganda sued in landmark medical 'brain drain' caseRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    The medics, according to a 2014 advertisement by Uganda's foreign ministry, were requested by the Caribbean nation to "strengthen its health service sector" Raymond Mwesiga's "darling kid sister" had much to live for, but when she needed medical help after a car crash, Uganda's overstretched health system fatally failed her. Distracted by her toddler while driving her new car, 22-year-old Sandra Mbabazi had a "minor" accident and didn't seem to be badly hurt.

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  15. White House Heralds Resumption of Cuban Ties, Hopes for Warmer RelationshipRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Law Firm Newswire

    On December 17, President Obama announced that the United States would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba and will open an American embassy in Havana for the first time in more than 50 years. The surprising change in U.S. foreign policy portends an open dialogue between the erstwhile Cold War enemies, but it is less clear how the resumption of relations will impact Cuban immigration policy.

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  16. Fidel Castro makes first comment on normalising ties with USRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    In a letter to students published by main national daily La Granma, Castro, 88, says he doesn't trust US policies and he has not exchanged a single word with the Americans, although this does not mean at all a rejection of a peaceful resolution of military conflicts or removing military threats. He indicates, however, that defence of peace is everyone's duty.

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  17. DeckMedia Unveils Slots Capital Mobile CasinoRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WebWire

    "Our Sloto'Cash, Uptown Aces and Miami Club mobile launches have been well received by our players, and we're confident of getting the same response for our first Rival mobile casino" 27 January 2015, London, UK -- Slots Capital has become the fourth DeckMedia casino, and the first using Rival Gaming software, to launch a mobile version. Players from all over the world can enjoy Slots Capital's selection of mobile slots and table games from a variety of iOS and Android devices, including iPad Air.

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  18. Anguilla Fashion Expo 2015 "Tranquillity Wrapped in Blue"Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | PR Log

    For those of you who love fashion, design, photography, and beauty, the Anguilla Fashion Expo is a marvellous opportunity to combine all of these aspects in the "Tranquillity Wrapped in Blue" Caribbean Sea. PRLog - Jan. 27, 2015 - THE VALLEY, Anguilla -- The arts include a multitude of subjects, such as fashion and this is what I will focus on in this print media piece.

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  19. Ita s Showtime!a a a a a .Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2012 | Southern Soccer Scene

    Some teams go to the World Cup to play. To participate! To compete! There are others that go to the World Cup to win the tournament.

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  20. Castro makes first comment on normalising ties with USRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Nerve News

    Havana, Jan 27 Former Cuban president Fidel Castro has broken his silence for the first time on normalising ties with the US. In a letter to students published by main national daily La Granma, Castro, 88, says he doesn't trust US policies and he has not exchanged a single word with the Americans, although this does not mean at all a rejection of a peaceful resolution of military conflicts or removing military threats.

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