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El Salvador El Salvador's Supreme Court has ruled that prosecutors must investigate the massacre of 45 farmers allegedly at the hands of the military during the country's civil war, heeding a decades-long claim by the victims' relatives. In its
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 23° Min 18° Key to talk tertiary education, supermarket issue in Sydney Barry Soper, Newstalk ZB February 7, 2014, 6:12 am The Government's hoping for some movement on the unequal way Kiwis are treated in Australia.
New Zealand The Salvadoran man who says he spent more than a year drifting across the Pacific Ocean before finally making landfall in the Marshall Islands last week made a brief public appearance Thursday looking much weaker than he did earlier in
Alvarenga, who said he was lost at sea for 13 months, returned to a hospital Thursday to be intravenously fed, said Christian Clay-Mendoza, a top Mexican trade official. "Doctors say he's severely dehydrated and low on vitamins and minerals," he said.
The Salvadoran man who says he spent more than a year drifting across the Pacific Ocean before finally making landfall in the Marshall Islands last week made a brief public appearance Thursday looking much weaker than he did earlier in the week.
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 23° Min 17° Cunliffe to the rescue at Waitangi Laura Mcquillan, Newstalk ZB February 6, 2014, 3:13 pm It's David Cunliffe to the rescue at Waitangi, getting his kit off to help haul in a waka getting thrashed by waves.
Oceanographer at University of New South Wales The fisherman who washed up on the Marshall Islands last weekend was very lucky to have stranded on a remote beach there. The currents in the Pacific Ocean would have inevitably taken him into the great
Some experts are challenging the claim by Jose Salvador Alvarenga that he miraculously survived 13 months at sea by eating fish, birds and turtles before washing ashore on the remote Marshall Islands 5,500 miles from Mexico. "I may have some doubts,"
Suzanne Chutaro and Jack Niedenthal , CNN updated 4:47 AM EST, Tue February 4, 2014 Majuro, Marshall Islands (CNN) -- A castaway who claims to have spent more than a year adrift in the Pacific Ocean says his faith in God kept him going through the
PAGASA overhauls website, adds new interactive features and info February 4, 2014 1:17pm Netizens wanting to get information about the weather online may get a pleasant surprise from the state weather agency, after it overhauled its website this week.