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FRUSTRATED GENERATION IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Saturday, October 27 2012 7:45am
ONE out of every 12 young people in Latin America and the Caribbean failed to finish elementary school and lack qualifications for finding a job, according to the Education for All Follow-up Report. The study, undertaken by UNESCO, highlights the need for investment in the education sector to equip youth with necessary skills and knowledge for the labor market. According to the report, more than ...
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Overview of Morant bay Rebellion.....

Thursday, October 25 2012 11:55pm
Presented at the Tribute to the Martyrs of the Morant Bay Rebellion and Jamaica's National Heroes, October 11, 2012, Emancipation Park, Kingston Today is the 147th anniversary of the Morant Bay Rebellion which is a very important event in our history. It was a day when things came to a head between the African Jamaicans and the colonial authorities in Morant Bay. It was just 27 years and 2 months ...
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JIMMY CARTER SAYS MIDEAST PEACE IS VANISHING.

Monday, October 22 2012 8:58pm
(AP) Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Monday during a visit to Jerusalem that the prospect of an Israel-Palestinian peace accord is "vanishing," blaming Israeli settlement of the West Bank. Carter, a longtime critic of Israeli policies, called the current situation "catastrophic" and blamed Israel for the growing isolation of east Jerusalem from the West Bank. He said a Palestinian state ...
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PEOPLE,S DEMOCRACY VICTORIOUS IN VENEZUELA

Sunday, October 21 2012 12:45am
Over eighty percent of the venezuelan people turn out to give their leader and president,Hugo Chavez a resounding victory over the representative of  the rightist forces in that country. The popular president having use the wealth of his country to build houses,schools,health centres and to create jobs was able to do what the United States failed to do,having eighty percent participation. We ...
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Honoring Mr. Edward Seaga

Saturday, October 20 2012 11:46pm
The Right Honorable Edward Phillip George Seaga, born 25th May 1930 of Jamaicans and Lebanese parentage was the fifth Prime Minister of Jamaica from 1980 to 1989. He was educated at Harvard University with a Bachelors of arts degree in the social sciences. Mr Seaga went on to achieve the distinction of being the longest serving member of Parliament, one of the founding fathers of the ...
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WHERE IS OUR MANDELA?

Saturday, October 20 2012 10:48pm
Nelson Mandela,South African patriot and consummate democrat,eloquent in not only explaining the disenchanting reality of apartheid but also working to change it,is a role model for Jamaicans concerned with realizing the goal of our motto:'Out of Many,One People'. Showing complete knowledge of such laws of social development as 'a people united will never be defeated' and that the thoroughness of ...
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A TRIBUTE TO OUR NATIONAL HEROES

Saturday, October 20 2012 10:44pm
Heroes' Week, 11th October 2012 Brothers and sisters, it is a beautiful sight to see so many of you here this evening – glowing in a space that is devoted to our emancipation – even though I am aware that some of you are offended by the closeness of that artistic representation – or misrepresentation- of our freedom that does not have national consensus. Be that as it may, we claim this ...
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NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CUBA

Thursday, October 18 2012 10:12pm
Orfilio Peláez NANOTECHNOLOGY, the driving force behind what many researchers see as the most important industrial development of the last 200 years, was initially developed by different branches of the military industry within a small group of highly industrialized countries, led by the United States, which had the resources to invest and the desire to maintain its position of global ...
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ISLAM AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

Friday, October 12 2012 6:45am
Frei Betto THE Innocence of Muslims is the title of a U.S. film directed by one Sam Bacile, which defames the prophet Mohammad and offends all those who subscribe to this faith. Who is Sam Bacile? No one knows. The film’s director, perhaps fearing reprisals, has hidden in anonymity. It is suspected that Bacile and the producer, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, a Coptic Christian who lives ...
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IMF..ACHILLES HEEL OF PNP AND JLP

Tuesday, October 09 2012 9:39pm
Both Political parties since our independence with the exception of the period of the Michael Manley government, Jamaica has been expose to the constant deepening of our national debt. We are now owing over 1.7 Trillion dollars with seventy five percent owed to private Jamaican interests. The main stream media in Jamaica refuse to expose the selfish behavior of the private sector by not showing ...
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CHALLENGES OF RIO+20

Saturday, June 16 2012 6:24am
Ignacio Ramonet BRAZIL is hosting, June 20-22, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, also called Río+20, given that it is being held 20 years after the first great Earth Summit of 1992. Attending are 80 heads of state and discussion will focus on two central issues: 1) a "green economy" in the context of sustainable development and the eradication of poverty, and 2) the ...
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OBAMA'S LATIN AMERICAN POLICY

Friday, May 11 2012 8:25am
TAKEN FROM GRANMA/DALIA GONZALES DELGADO WHEN the presidents of Latin American countries first heard about Barack Obama’s campaign in 2008, they thought that perhaps U.S. policy toward the region might change. In 2009, just months after taking office, Obama tried to promote this hope at the 5th Summit of the Americas in Trinidad & Tobago. He approached Chávez there, extended his hand and ...
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The need to enrich our knowledge

Saturday, March 31 2012 10:22pm
    (Taken from CubaDebate) FILMED scenes of the slaughter in Libya, which are beginning to be made known, prompt outrage over the total absence of humanism and the gross lies which served as the pretext to invade and seize that country’s natural resources. NATO military aircraft supported the monstrous crime with more than 25,000 combat missions. They stated that the Libyan ...
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The roads lead to dissater

Monday, March 26 2012 8:46am
This  Reflection could be written today, tomorrow or any other day without any risk of being mistaken. Our species is confronting new problems. When I stated 20 years ago at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, that a species was in danger of extinction, I had fewer reasons than today to warn of a danger, one which could perhaps be perceived as 100 ...
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Government should legislate People,s Power

Tuesday, March 13 2012 3:36am
      The newly elected government should immediately called parliament into session and legislate the most important pressing issues facing the country at this time,unemployment and the astronomical debt that we cannot pay.The high unemployment is the reason for the high crime rate, the increase in foreclosure,the migration of our skilled professional to the western ...
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Syria:heralding a change in the international strategic situation?

Saturday, March 10 2012 7:11am
EVIDENTLY the Cold War ended in the final decade of the 20th century with the disappearance of the Soviet Union and the European socialist countries, but the U.S. plan of domination enshrined in the Project for the New American Century, drawn up by a group of neoconservative and Zionist strategists, remains in the minds of Washington politicians. However, Democrat and Republican priorities on the ...
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PRINCE WILLIAM TO ARGENTINA...PRINCE HARRY TO JAMAICA

Friday, March 09 2012 9:37am
  Is this the re-emergence of the British Empire? Fresh from their coordinated mission in Libya, they used the cover of the no-fly zone approved by the United Nations and remove the sovereign leader and founder of the Organization of African unity. Prince William is leading a contingent of military unit to the Falkland Island, an island claim by Argentina. Prince Harry visit to its old ...
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UNICEF:Millions of Kids Live in Urban Squalor

Tuesday, February 28 2012 11:45pm
  Millions of children are growing up in squalid urban areas and denied basic services despite living close to them, the United Nations Children's Fund said Tuesday. UNICEF said children living in slums and shantytowns often lack water, electricity and health care and it urged policy makers to ensure urban planning meets the needs of children. The agency said it is common for statistics to ...
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Russians Revive Ice Age Flower From Frozen Burrow

Tuesday, February 21 2012 10:19pm
MOSCOW (AP) — It was an Ice Age squirrel's treasure chamber, a burrow containing fruit and seeds that had been stuck in the Siberian permafrost for over 30,000 years. From the fruit tissues, a team of Russian scientists managed to resurrect an entire plant in a pioneering experiment that paves the way for the revival of other species. The Silene stenophylla is the oldest plant ever to be ...
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The World has shrunk...

Tuesday, February 21 2012 7:20am
        The mainstream media using words to mislead the real world of their blatant violation of the sovereignty of countries. According to the united nations there are one hundred and ninety two member states but when CNN reports of the world united against Iran,Libya,Iraq andAfghanistan it really means the combination of the old colonial ...
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This is an attempt to create a revolutionary movement to arrest the social decline of our country and reverse foreign domination of our economic and political life.



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