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New York Haitians Celebrate After a Tough Year

As the sun rose, tireless Haitian rara musicians and their throng of fans followed them. A man danced in skates for hours without stopping. While two police officers sipped coffee, the partiers sang, “the day is coming”. The festival called J’ouvert has ended, but the giant...
Posted On 08 Sep 2010
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Philips DUAL, the QWERTY TV Remote

We live at a time when technology is constantly changing; soon you will be able to watch YouTube videos on an actual TV set. Philips has recently created a multifunctional remote control with a QWERTY keyboard on one side and regular buttons on the other side, so users can surf...
Posted On 08 Sep 2010
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Fujitsu Introduces Powerful 10,1 Inch Tablet PC

The new Fujitsu LifeBook T580 was recently introduced. Touch screen lovers will be thrilled to know that this 10,1 inch convertible Tablet PC comes with an Intel Core i5 processer, GPS, optional 3G and an eight hour battery for long days of work. It weights 1,4 kg and includes a...
Posted On 07 Sep 2010
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Ecuador Defeats Mexico After 14 years

For the second time in history. Ecuador defeated Mexico as a visitor team with a final score of 2-1. The game took place at the Omnilife stadium, Guadalajara. The Ecuadorian team is being coached by Reinaldo Rueda at the present time,which showeda good balance in its lineup. The...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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Venezuelan Actress Poisoned by her Assistant

The Venezuelan actress Gabriela Spanic was hospitalized this Sunday after being poisoned by nearly 4 months. Apparently her assistant Maria Celeste Fernández is the author of such cruel act; she put small ammonia sulphat doses in the actress’ meals. Spanic was working on the set...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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Guatemala Landslide Kills 37

Guatemala City, The tropical depression and the heavy rains caused landslides that killed at least 37 people. On Sunday the country’s emergency services said that it could claim as many as 100 lives. In addition, there are reports of 30 people injured and 23 more are missing...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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France New Law will Expel Immigrant Irregulars

The French President, Nicolas Sarkozy put into practice this Monday the new measures against crime and illegal immigration. Subject announced last July on a new reform that included an immigration law that would facilitate the expulsion of the undocumented. The new measure allows...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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South African Strike on Hold

CENTURION, South Africa. A nationwide strike for higher salaries is being held by South African civil servants unions in order to generate the necessary amount of time for members to consider government’s latest offer, said labor leaders on Monday. On the 20th day of a strike...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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Nadal Beats Simon and Goes to the Next Round

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal performed his best game of the week at the U.S. Open this Sunday, after overcoming Gilles Simon (French) 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 in two hours. Nadal played a hard match against the former top-ten French player, who became a hard to defeat adversary in the...
Posted On 06 Sep 2010
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FARC Newsletter Crosses Ecuadorian Border

A spokesman from the Front 48 of the Colombian Revolutionaries Armed Forces (FARC) talked with a group of Ecuadorian journalists in a clandestine area of the border. The Colombian territory was not identified, the commander who calls himself Raul ratified that his group will not...
Posted On 05 Sep 2010
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