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2 hrs ago | Drugs.com
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 4, 2013 -- Hemispherx Biopharma, Inc. today announced that the Board has appointed Thomas Equels as the new Chief Financial Officer and Adam Pascale as the new Chief Accounting Officer for Hemispherx Biopharma Inc. According to Mr. Equels, "With the recent departure of our prior Senior Vice President, who was largely responsible ... (more)
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6 hrs ago | Reuters
A sprawling, well-kept cemetery buttresses the entrance to Nueva Capital, a sketchy Honduran slum with panoramic views over Tegucigalpa, the capital city of this violent country with the world's highest murder rate.
10 hrs ago | Caribbean News Now!
Prime Minister Dr Baldwin Spencer and chairman of the Sandals group Gordon 'Butch' Stewart signing the memorandum of agreement for a new Beaches resort in Antigua ST JOHN'S, Antigua -- The government of Antigua and Barbuda signed a memorandum of agreement with Sandals Resort International on Monday for a multi-million dollar Beaches Resort project.
By Joseph Guyler Delva VERRETTES, Haiti -- A 16-year-old Haitian boy, Widerson Gena, has accused Argentine UN soldiers in Haiti of having killed his dream to become an agronomist after he has been shot five times, paralyzed, condemned to a wheelchair and denied any support from the world organization, over two years later.
An IBC Airways Swearingen SA-226 Metro III, registration N831BC performing freight flight II-405 from Santo Domingo to San Juan with 2 crew, was observed in low level flight near Arecibo around 20:10L .
Workers stitch Hanes tee-shirts at a factory in the CODEVI free trade zone in Ouanaminthe, Haiti.
Maersk Line will launch a new weekly intra-America service connecting the U.S., including Puerto Rico, with Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
Survivors from a rickety wooden sailboat, which ran aground last week while ferrying undocumented Haitian migrants through the Bahamas, are scheduled to be repatriated to Haiti Tuesday, Bahamian authorities said.
When representatives of the Inter American Commission of Human Rights visit the Dominican Republic this week to look at the rampant discrimination suffered by Dominicans of foreign descent, Solange Pierre will not be able to help thinking about her mother.
An investigation of the 1984 bombing that killed three journalists and four Nicaraguan rebels at a news conference has been closed after officials determined the only suspect died more than two decades ago, Costa Rica's attorney general said Monday.
The United States called on Monday for the immediate release of an American contractor jailed for the past four years in Cuba, saying his continued captivity on the communist-ruled island was "gravely disappointing."
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Gareth Davis Sr, Gleaner Writer Legendary Jamaican reggae Musician, Junior Murvin, best know for the single 'Police and Thieves' is dead.
December 2nd, 2013 Thanks to a new article in Costa Rica's Narcotics Law, women convicted of bringing drugs into the country's prisons will face lighter sentences, according to the Ministry of Justice.
December 2nd, 2013 The United States has signed agreements with the Cayman Islands and Costa Rica to counter offshore tax evasion, the US Treasury Department announced Friday.
Honduras' defeated leftist presidential candidate, the wife of ousted former leader Manuel Zelaya, led thousands of supporters onto the streets of Tegucigalpa on Sunday to protest an election result she has called fraudulent.