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Haiti Cholera plan drags as rain begins
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 The Miami Herald 
Haiti Cholera plan drags as rain begins
When Haiti’s health ministry reported it had only registered 2,228 cases of cholera at the end of a two-month period this year, it was the first time since the outbreak exploded almost four... (photo: UN / JC McIlwaine)
Students gather behind a business looking for a Internet signal for their smart phones in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
Cuban Twitter   Obama   Photos   Social Networking   Wikipedia: Cuba–United States relations
 BBC News 
White House confirms US involvement in 'Cuban Twitter'
3 April 2014 Last updated at 18:53 BST The US created a text-message social network designed to foment unrest in Cuba, according to an investigation by the Associated Press news agency. In a daily... (photo: AP / Ramon Espinosa)
Cholera crisis not on int'l radar - UN official  The Gleaner 
Cholera crisis not on int'l radar - UN official
UNITED NATIONS (CMC): The United Nations official tasked with coordinating the response to the cholera epidemic in Haiti says the country is not receiving the international attention it deserves, and... (photo: UN / Paulo Filgueiras)
Cholera   Epidemic   Haiti   Photos   Wikipedia: Haiti
Dilma Rousseff, presidential candidate for the governing Workers Party, gestures to photographers after voting in Brazil's presidential election runoff in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sunday Oct. 31, 2010.  BBC News 
Brazil's president remembers coup victims 50 years on
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has said the atrocities committed during 21 years of military dictatorship in the country must never be forgotten. A day before the 50th anniversary of the 1964... (photo: AP / Felipe Dana)
1964 Brazil Coup   Dilma Rousseff   Latin America   Photos   Wikipedia: 1964 Brazilian coup d'état
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Blas de Lezo Statue in Cartagena de Indias. After the defeat, Admiral Vernon sent a letter to Blas de Lezo, which read "We have decided to retreat, but we will return to Cartagena after we take reinforcements in Jamaica", The Gleaner
Jamaica not doing enough - Grammy Museum director says country should invest more in culture tourism
Shereita Grizzle, Gleaner Writer Director of the Grammy Museum, Bob Santelli says Jamaica should make more investments in cultural tourism. In an interview with The... (photo: Creative Commons / Martin St-Amant (S23678))
Culture   Jamaica   Museum   Photos   Tourism   Wikipedia: Jamaica
Sunrise at Dayton Beach Shores, Florida (next city to the South of Dayton Beach), Bahama House hotel. The Miami Herald
Bahamas luxury developers target South Florida buyers
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Nature trails, a yoga platform on a rocky cliff overlooking crashing waves and a starry midnight blue sky are among the hooks for potential buyers at... (photo: Creative Commons)
Bahamas   Hotels   Luxury   Tourism   Wikipedia: The Bahamas   Photos
England's Kevin Pietersen takes a shot during Twenty20 international cricket match against India in Kolkata, India, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. Newstrack India
Pietersen declares for draft for this year's Caribbean Premier League
Tweet London, Mar 29 (ANI): Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has reportedly entered the draft for this year's Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 tournament.... (photo: AP / Bikas Das)
Cricket   Photos   Sportstar   Star   Wikipedia: Kevin Pietersen
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt reacts as he wins in the Men's 100 meters during the Athletics Diamond League Areva meeting at Stade De France in Saint Denis , north of Paris, Friday, July 15, 2010 Independent online (SA)
Inured Bolt out until June
Paris - Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt, who has suffered a foot injury, will not race again until mid-June at the... (photo: AP / Francois Mori)
Athletics   Photos   Sportstar   Usain Bolt   Wikipedia: Usain Bolt
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Bridgetown, Barbados
2009.02.25
light showers.
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