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Week of terror

hree cities in separate countries hit by suspected Islamic State terrorists in the past week dealt a tumultuous blow to safety in those regions, heightening fears of the militants' capabilities and where they could strike next. The reign of terror ...

Nairobi: A special place for a performance

Imagine traveling half way around the world so that people can hear you sing. Well, that is exactly what local reggae artist Kristine Alicia did. She traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to perform at Groove Party, a New Year’s Eve splash ...

Presidential election in Haiti draws packed field

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Cities and towns across Haiti are plastered with colorful campaign ads, leaving voters struggling to differentiate a swarm of candidates who grin from posters, banners and billboards slapped on nearly everything that doesn't move and a few ...

Pope arrives in first U.S. visit

Pope Francis landed to a red carpet welcome here on Tuesday afternoon as he opened his first visit to the United States determined to press the world’s last superpower to do more to care for the planet and its most ...

Nigerian girls found but cannot be rescued yet

The 276 Nigerian girls who were abducted over a month ago during a violent raid have been found, according to the Nigerian military officials. The claims, though unconfirmed, have brought some measure of comfort and relief to local Nigerian and ...

Black Cubans still suffering from Hurricane Sandy

Some say assistance given to white Cubans first, little for Blacks For centuries, Santiago de...

Cultures reflect on past tale of genocide

Border of Lights shines light on massacre, 75 years later An old adage says that...

Facing economic woes, Jamaicans throw out ruling party

First female prime minister returned to office KINGSTON, Jamaica On Jamaica's rutted streets, the complaints...

Farmers Prepare 'Fight Back' to Foreign Land Grabbers

Nov. 29 (GIN) An international farmers conference in the West African nation of Mali this...

Nestle Company to Investigate Child Labor Charges

Nov. 29 (GIN) - Nestl, the world's largest food company, has announced it will investigate...

Saber-toothed squirrel fossil found in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) _ Fossils of a tiny and previously unknown saber-toothed, squirrel-like creature...