LAKELAND | When Cuba Gooding Sr. performs with The Main Ingredient, he believes it's his job to do his best to sound exactly like the songs do on the ...
Police have concluded that Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro committed suicide by hanging only a few weeks into a life sentence with no chance for ...
Cuba and Germany are willing to explore joint business opportunities in the energy sector, said officials from both countries on Wednesday.At a seminar on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources held in Havana, Director of International Relations of Cuba's Chamber of Commerce Celia Labora invited German businessmen to invest in Cuba's Mariel Special Development Zone, located 50 ...
Washington, Dec 5 (Prensa Latina) Cuban-American scholar Nelson Valds urged US President Barack Obama to release four anti-terrorist Cuban fighters held in US prison for 15 years now for preventing the implementation of violent actions by Miami-based terrorist groups against Cuba. In a letter addressed to Obama, Valdes asked him to pardon Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez ...
An American man who is marking four years in prison in Cuba has written a letter to President Barack Obama asking the president to get personally involved in securing his ...
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The Browning Version [DVD]
The philosopher Elie Wiesel famously said that the opposite of love is not hate, but indifference, and that indifference is the true enemy of human creativity. Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave), the central character of The Browning Version, would appear on the ... ...
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FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2012 file photo provided by U.S. lawyer James L. Berenthal, jailed American Alan Gross poses for a photo during a visit by Rabbi Elie Abadie and Berenthal at Finlay military hospital in Havana, ...
NEW ORLEANS — Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said the vast imbalance between the Western and Eastern Conference could actually wind up hurting the East when the NBA Draft is held in ...
If you love old cars, you have to go to Cuba. That's what I heard over and over again from car friends who had been there. But I really wasn't prepared for the scene that I would encounter after landing at the Jos Marti International Airport in Havana.As the taxi pulled away from Terminal 1, we passed a beautiful moss green 1950 Oldsmobile sedan in the parking lot, along with various ...
Pretty much par for the course when you're referring to small-school girls basketball in the Journal Star area, where more and more conference titles seem to be reserved for a select few and challengers to the throne tend to come and ...
Dallas Mavericks is playing out in Brooklyn. The Mavs owner was heavily criticized for stripping down his 2011 championship roster after the ensuing NBA lockout, opting to create space under the salary cap by not making competitive bids for several key players once they became free agents. His concern was that the franchise would deteriorate into an expensive team that wasn't good enough ...
Cuba’s government on Wednesday continued to tie the fate of an American contractor jailed there for four years to the release of four Cuban spies imprisoned in the U.S. since ...
Havana, Dec 4 (Prensa Latina) Cuban judoca Idalis Ortiz held the lead of Prensa Latina digital survey to select the best Latin American and Caribbean athlete of the year. Ortiz, Olympic champion London-2012, accumulated 234 votes for 51.2 percent of the preferences, mainly due to her success in the over 78 kilograms of the universal meet Rio de Janeiro-2013. The Cuban athlete won this year the ...
Ciego de Avila, Cuba, Dec 4 (Prensa Latina) A photographic exhibition on Hugo Chavez was opened today at the Medical University of this province, as a tribute of the Cuban students to the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela. The exhibition, donated by the embassy of Venezuela in Cuba, includes 53 photos which collect moments of Chavez? political life and some of his visits to Cuba ...
Havana, Dec 4 (Prensa Latina) U.S. meteorologist Lixion Avila of the National Hurricane Center said today that it will take many years to really know why there were few hurricanes in the 2013 hurricane season in the Atlantic basin. The specialist gave a lecture on the behavior of the recently concluded hurricane season this year in the 7th Cuban Congress of Meteorology being held this week in a ...
The former governor of Mexico’s Tamaulipas state invested millions of dollars in drug sale proceeds in real estate across southern and central Texas, the U.S. government charged in an indictment unsealed ...
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The board of the Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) has reportedly resigned in the wake of a drug-testing crisis following concerns that Jamaica's athletes have not been tested rigorously enough.
Six Jamaican athletes have tested positive for banned substances in 2013, including former 100m world-record holder Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson, an Olympic relay gold medallist at the 2004 Athens Games.
According to the BBC, the Caribbean island's sports minister Natalie Neita-Headley stated that the government respected the collective decision of the eleven JADCO commissioners to resign, adding that the commissioners acknowledged that there is a public perception of the existence of conflicts of interests among some of the members of the commission.
Stating that the commissioners' decision have been taken in the national interest and in order to facilitate the re-structuring of JADCO, Neita-Headley further said that the resignations will take effect on December 31, 2013.
Although World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has the option to declare JADCO 'non-compliant' if it fails to resolve its problems, however, the minister insisted that such a sanction has not been taken, adding that at no time has WADA threatened to bar Jamaica from participating in any international events like the Olympic Games or the Worl
d Championship. ...
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