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SUNY Fredonia hosts annual Grad School Fair – Evening Observer

SUNY Fredonia hosts annual Grad School FairEvening Observer... including business, education, law, the humanities and health sciences. The full slate of schools includes: Adelphi University, Adler School of Professional Psychology, Alfred University, A...

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RenRe Junior Gold Cup – Waddell is named Opti Champion of Champions – Sail World (press release)

Sail World (press release)RenRe Junior Gold Cup - Waddell is named Opti Champion of ChampionsSail World (press release)For Odile van Aanholt of the Netherland Antilles, who was second last year, her 3rd Junior Gold Cup event was a bit tougher this year...

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GTA TeleGuam Names Robert Haulbrook President and Chief Executive Officer – MarketWatch (press release)

GTA TeleGuam Names Robert Haulbrook President and Chief Executive OfficerMarketWatch (press release)He has worked in more than 10 international markets in Asia, Australia, South America, Central America, Caribbean, Europe, and Middle East. "Robert...

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Feature: Wangari Maathai, the woman of trees, dies

Kenya’s Wangari Muta Maathai, the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner, environmentalist and human rights activist, died 25 September at age 71. A mother of three, she devoted her life to promoting the environment and democracy. Ms. Maathai frequently expressed concern about poverty in Africa. In an exclusive interview with Africa Renewal shortly after winning the Nobel Prize (see full text ...

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Rihanna The Best Singer Ever – Secaucus New Jersey News

HitFix (blog)Rihanna The Best Singer EverSecaucus New Jersey NewsRihanna the best singer over Madonna, Mariah, Whitney, Britney, Christina, Janet all of them. Rihanna sprints up the Billboard hot 100 top 10 faster than any other solo artist. As “We F...

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Entire Linares Police Force In Mexico Being Investigated

News Americas, MONTERREY, Mexico, Mon. Oct. 10, 2011: Possible corruption and ties to organized crime in the northern Mexico city of Linares has landed the entire police force in hot water. The cops are all being investigated and Mexican soldiers and Nuevo Leon state police are now patrolling the area, which is located about 75 miles southeast of the northern ...

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Gay Pride On Display In Brazil

News Americas, RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Mon. Oct. 10, 2011: Some 700,000 people took to Copacabana beach in Brazil Sunday to celebrate gay pride. The gay pride parade featured Gay men, lesbians and cross-dressers in Carnival costumes, loud music from more than 15 sound trucks and rainbow flags. It was the 16th annual parade in the city.

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Forced Sex For Car Loan

News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Mon. Oct. 10, 2011: A Mexican man is charged with forcing his teenage lover into prostitution in order to get money to pay his car loan. The Mexico City Prosecutor’s office say the man, whose name has not been released, pimped out his 17-year-old girlfriend in order so she could earn enough daily to cover ...

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Guatemala Moves Closer To Semis Of World Cup Qualifier

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 10, 2011: Guatemala’s win over St. Vincent Friday has moved it closer to the semi-final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. Mario Rodriguez shone for his side with two goals to lead Guatemala to a 3-0 victory over St. Vincent. The win move the team six points in front of the Vincy Heat, ...

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