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Friday December 13, 2013 Dave Rodney, Contributor The craving by Jamaicans for a feel of home at Christmas has prompted a Jamaican music and theatre exponent in New York City, United States, Andrew Clarke, to create a holiday daytime event.
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. A Florida man who vanished nearly seven years ago in Iran was working for the CIA on an unapproved intelligence-gathering mission that, when it came to light
In just 10 months of this year, 2,265 Haitians have tried to cross the Mona Passage, compared to a total of 188 in the previous eight years, said U.S...Of those, about 1,900 were interdicted at sea, with others turned back or picked up in Puerto Rico.
Iran Modern' (through Jan. 5) Most accounts of modern art say, basically, one thing: the West creates while the world waits, like a grateful beggar, for a nourishing handout...Modernism has always been a global adventure happening for different
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago How have events of the past year _ namely the U.S. government shutdown, the NSA spying eruption and the conflict in Syria _ helped shape the world's view of America? Associated Press reporters
The tiny town of Brito, on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, has expanded its population in the last few weeks. Chinese workers have been arriving, slowly but steadiy, ever since President Daniel Ortega's government announced the construction of a
El Salvador (AP) Salvadoran officials say they have recovered dozens of bodies from a clandestine burial ground believed to have been used by criminal gangs. The head of the attorney general's organized crime unit says authorities have found 24
An upstate New York developer says he wants to build a $350 million casino in the Finger Lakes. Wilmorite Chairman Thomas Wilmot says Thursday the proposed casino complex in the town to Tyre in Seneca County would include a hotel and a spa...State
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos reacts after he received the 'President's Medal' from University of Miami President Donna Shalala during his visit to the University in Coral Gables, Florida December 2, 2013. Colombian President Juan Manuel
It used to live in two different populations one on the north of the island and one on the south of the island that had been separated for a million years. The northern toads haven't been seen since 1988 and are presumed to not exist anymore. The