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Political heavyweights share the stage:(l. to r.) Rep.Charles Rangel, Percy Sutton and Mayor David Dinkins
Poverty has forced at least 225,000 children in Haiti's cities into slavery as unpaid household servants, far more than previously thought, a report said Tuesday.
Skerrit wins landslide vote in Dominica
James Bain used a cell phone for the first time Thursday, calling his elderly mother to tell her he had been freed after 35 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. Mobile devices didn’t exist in 1974, the year he was sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping a 9-year-old boy and raping him in a nearby field. Neither did the sophisticated DNA testing that officials more recently used to determine he could not have been the… Continue
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Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been hit in the face and knocked to the ground after a political rally in Milan.
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Former Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell is threatening to sue local media houses who published stories about his wife being caught with a diplomatic passport in her possession at the Maurice Bishop International Airport last month.
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Scientists monitoring the Soufriere Hills Volcano said Monday that a recent increase in activity has resulted in a large lava dome that is growing quickly.
There has been no substantial change in the number of adult brain tumours since mobile phone usage sharply increased in the mid-1990s, Danish scientists say.
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T&T football star Dwight Yorke signs a copy of his autobiography ‘Born to Score’ at the book-launch at the National Library on Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain, last Thursday. PHOTO: NICHOLAS CLARKE