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The new ministry buildings are sleek and modern but retain some of the neo-classical architecture of the former structures lost to natural disaster.
In the back seat was Oswaldo Paya, one of Cuba's best-known dissidents, who had championed the idea of a democratic referendum on the nation's future.
Reading the business pages is depressing these days. Every time you look, there's another big company doing an "inversion" - merging with an overseas company in order to renounce its American citizenship to avoid taxes.
Luciana Crottogina: "My plan in five years is to go to Russia to watch the World Cup.
July 21st, 2014 Unidentified gunmen staged separate attacks on two buses carrying supporters of Nicaragua's governing party that were returning from a national celebration in western Nicaragua early Sunday, killing five people and wounding 24, local authorities said Sunday.
DOUBLE amputee 77-year-old Lloyd Noicley said Jamaica Observer readers have made his life the happiest it has ever been, as they continue to brighten his days both with their financial support and their visits.
Many Jamaican small farms lack irrigation systems and depend entirely on rainwater.
Shots fired at a convoy of vehicles returning from a national celebration in western Nicaragua early on Sunday left five dead and 24 wounded, a government website reported.
RESIDENTS of Riverton Meadows in western St Andrew say they have been paying up to $9,000 bimonthly to clear their sewer systems.
THE Chinese Benevolent Association , in association with the Institute of Jamaica , will host a two-day film festival marking the 160th anniversary of the Chinese arrival in Jamaica.
The 17th staging of Tribute To The Greats takes place July 26 at the Chinese Benevolent Association in St Andrew.
Much smaller, poorer countries are opening their gates for refugees from violence-torn parts of the world.
At the conclusion of the International Conference on Migration, Childhood and Family, civil society organisations called for migrants to be seen as human beings rather than just statistics in official files.
Today is Saturday, July 19, the 200th day of 2014. There are 165 days left in the year.
This might explain why most of you, amigos, have probably never heard of this atrocity against 'Hispanics' attempting to enter the U.S. The Democratic Party's public relations department saw no upside to publicizing You know it's bad when a mainstream media luminary himself admits to mainstream media 'negligence.'
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:22 am
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