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1 hr ago | The Miami Herald
One panelist said Castro's reforms are moving "not slowly, but not fast enough" to meet the wishes of Cubans.
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5 hrs ago | CBS News
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter stepped out of the shadow of his famous father to become a music superstar in his own right, and did so with an irrepressible vibe.
9 hrs ago | West Australian
Better known for producing third-world poverty and political mayhem - as well as a world-class rum - the Western Hemisphere's least developed country has made a surprising entry into the high-tech world with its own Android tablet.
10 hrs ago | Newsday
MEMBERS of the Islamic sect the Jamaat al Muslimeen plotted to assassinate former Prime Minister ANR Robinson during the annual Independence Day celebrations of 1989, according to intelligence reports received by the Special Branch, the Sir David Simmons Report into the events of 1990 has found.
Petrotrin stated that security personnel on patrol observed smoke emanating from the roof of the building during routine checks around 4.05 a.m. The building which houses offices is located in the vicinity of the West Area Maintenance Office.
At a recent meeting in Barbados, Grenadian Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell is greeted by his Barbados counterpart Freundel Stuart, while RSS Executive Director, Grantley Watson looks on.
With the long Afghanistan War and Occupation winding down, it's about time to try and put it into perspective.
Venezuelan opposition legislator Maria Corina Machado has invoked a national demonstration this Sunday to protest against Cuban interference in the country.
Dennis Howlett, executive director of Canadians for Tax Fairness, says multinational corporations set up subsidiaries in tax havens such as the Cayman Islands and devise ways to transfer profits there from Canada.
Oops! It seems that her tongue slipped, again and she let the cat out of the bag a bit too early.
This replaces the Travel Warning dated August 13, 2013 and provides updated information regarding levels of crime in Haiti.
"A CHAIR IS ONE of the most intimate types of furniture-it has so much contact with your body," said New York designer Aaron Poritz, who points out that a coffee table, for instance, bears little responsibility for providing comfort or keeping you upright.
The Sandinista government's long-stalled plans to built a cruise ship terminal and tourism center in San Juan del Sur appear to be back on track.
One of the Women Artists of Matenwa adds background to artwork that is steady, creative employment for 43 women in the remote Haitian village.
Jamaican authorities have blocked off streets around the island's supreme court as a high-profile murder trial for dancehall reggae star Vybz Kartel winds down.
Honduran authorities say they have dismantled a criminal ring involving a U.S. man already jailed in Miami and two Honduran citizens who forced girls to become prostitutes and pose naked for pornography.