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Shoe shining, Cuba.
Economy   Guatemala   Jobs   Photos   Poverty   Wikipedia: Guatemala
 Kansas City Star 
Guatemala must create more jobs and end poverty
Sun 20 Apr 2014
GUATEMALA CITY — Our flights into and out of this Central American country were crowded with youths on spring break mission trips. Rich Sugg | The Kansas City Star More News Read more Lewis W.... (photo: WN / Jacques Fritsch)
Opening of Exhibit on trans atlantic slave trade
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Can you compare African slave trade to the Holocaust?
Sun 20 Apr 2014
NEW YORK – “The man refused to eat. He had been sick, reduced to a ‘mere skeleton.’ He had apparently made a decision to die. Captain Timothy Tucker was outraged, and probably... (photo: UN / UN)
Cuba 2008. Travel.  Al Jazeera  Wed 19 Mar 2014
Cuba still wary of dramatic economic reforms
Since Raul Castro took Cuba's helm from his ailing brother in 2008, the communist country's economic waters have gradually shifted. Restrictions on private enterprise were eased, allowing Cubans to... (photo: WN / marzena )
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FIFA Vice president and CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) President Jack Warner from Trinidad listens to a question during a conference at the Global Sports Forum in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009.  Business Insider  Tue 18 Mar 2014
FIFA Official Allegedly Paid $2 Million To Give The 2022 World Cup To Qatar
See Also A Qatari firm allegedly paid a FIFA official and his family $2 million shortly after the country won the vote for the 2022 World Cup, the Telegraph reports. The official, Jack Warner of... (photo: AP / David Ramos)
2022 FIFA World Cup   Caribbean Football Union corruption scandal   Jack Warner   Photos   Wikipedia: 2022 FIFA World Cup
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A doctor waves a Venezuelan flag near a line of Bolivarian National Police blocking a protest from reaching the vice president's office on National Doctor's Day in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, March 10, 2014. Both pro-government and anti-government doctors marched on Monday, but while pro-government doctors marched unimpeded to the presidential palace, opposition doctors were stopped after being blocked by national police. They agreed to pull back after a government representative promised that President Nicolas Maduro would hear their demands on Wednesday. The Times of India Mon 17 Mar 2014
More clashes in Caracas after anti-Cuba protest
CARACAS: Opponents of Venezuela's socialist government marched on Sunday to protest against alleged Cuban interference in the armed forces, with clashes breaking out... (photo: AP / Alejandro Cegarra)
Caracas   Venezuela   Venezuela Protest   Wikipedia: 2014 Venezuelan protests   Photos
 Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., delivers his foreign policy speech, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)   (js1) STL Today Thu 20 Feb 2014
Obama in Mexico to meet with N. American leaders
TOLUCA, Mexico • Pressed by North American allies on an array of politically fraught issues, President Barack Obama on Wednesday vowed to press ahead with stalled efforts... (photo: AP/Charlie Neibergall)
Mexico   Photos   Politics   US   Wikipedia: Barack Obama
President Barack Obama addresses the Ghanaian Parliament in Accra, Ghana, Saturday, July 11, 2009. Reuters Thu 20 Feb 2014
U.S., Mexico, Canada eye ways to curb trade frictions: Obama
TOLUCA, Mexico (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama and his Canadian and Mexican counterparts on Wednesday discussed ways to reduce any trade frictions at summit in... (photo: AP / Charles Dharapak)
Canada   Mexico   Photos   Trade   Wikipedia: Barack Obama
Barack Obama The Guardian Thu 20 Feb 2014
Obama touts N. America's 'commitment to trade'
JIM KUHNHENN Associated Press= TOLUCA, Mexico (AP) — President Barack Obama on Wednesday touted the shared "commitment to trade" between the U.S., Mexico and Canada,... (photo: AP / Jacquelyn Martin)
America   Mexico   Photos   Trade   Wikipedia: Barack Obama
The whale shark is the largest extant shark or fish species, growing up to 12.6 m (41 ft) in length. Treehugger Mon 17 Feb 2014
Scientists can now track whales from space!
And the blind shall see! Because 71% of Earth is covered by oceans, counting whales can be a bit like looking for tiny needles in a very large haystack. This is an... (photo: Creative Commons / WolfmanSF)
Earth   Photos   Scientists   Space   Wikipedia: Whale shark
The Royal Caribbean International's Explorer of the Seas is docked at Charlotte Amalie Harbor in St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands, Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014. The Guardian Mon 27 Jan 2014
Caribbean cruise liner investigated after nearly 300 passengers fall ill
Gastrointestinal symptoms, including vomiting and diarrhea, afflict almost 10% of passengers on Explorer of the Seas Explorer of the Seas docked at St Thomas, US Virgin... (photo: AP / Thomas Layer)
Diarrhea   Passengers   Photos   Royal Caribbean Cruise   Wikipedia: Royal Caribbean International

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