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Marcia Rowe, Gleaner Writer "People, there are those who say reggae is an inspirational force...There is something that I personally call, in the creative arts, the invisible consciousness. It is the thing that drives us as artistes.Whether it is
Feb 9, 2014 Kenyan tribal economics requires that the pleasure-giving parts of female genitalia be removed for families to exchange property or money during marriage...The Guardian reports: There can be few women who understand both the agonies and
Capitol Hill lawmakers said Sunday a planned sniper attack on a remote California power station was of grave concern, repeating similar responses about the strike and suggesting changes in the ways the United States protects it power grid. Rep. Adam
Semi's story starts five years ago when a competition was held to find a luger to compete at the Winter Games, which had been the dream of the late King Taufa'ahau Tupou IV. His daughter, Princess Salote Mafile'o Pilolevu Tuita, carried that ambition
Watch The Rape of Europa' Instead of The Monuments Men' Some people have tired of our glut of World War II films...The trick is that we should make fewer movies in the Saving Private Ryan/Band of Brothers mold and more about other aspects of the war.
It was an incident so carefully orchestrated, so devastating to our electric power infrastructure, that the former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is still nervous about it 10 months later. He referred to it in The Wall Street
Afghanistan The number of children killed and wounded in Afghanistan's war jumped by 34 percent last year as the Taliban stepped up attacks across the country and continued to lay thousands of roadside bombs, the United Nations said Saturday.
The vast amount of the day's awards went to privately held defense contractors...Army, and also its second largest -- a $157.5 million award for the procurement of unspecified "commercial type environmental equipment."...The tools and diagnostic
A campaign led by a U.N. whistleblower that successfully changed U.S. law could cost the United Nations millions of dollars if it doesn't adhere to "best practices" to protect any U.N. employee who reports wrongdoing. A law signed Jan. 17 by
Dozens of children, women and elderly people on wheelchairs were evacuated Friday from battleground neighborhoods of the Syrian city of Homs, after a year and a half under siege. The deal struck between the government and the opposition, that also