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Bank Staff Asks Wolfowitz to Resign

Bank Staff Asks Wolfowitz to Resign

By Jeannine Aversa. World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz(photo) acknowledged Thursday that he erred in helping a close female friend get transferred (...)

| April 2007 | 631 views

Real Madrid recalls David Beckham

Real Madrid recalls David Beckham

By A.C.Roberts. Spanish soccer giants, Real Madrid FC, have recalled former Manchester United and England hit man, David Beckham, ostensibly to help their (...)

| February 2007 | 1691 views

FIFA Fiesta: Canada hosts the World again

FIFA Fiesta: Canada hosts the World again

By Abayomi Charles Roberts in Edmonton Canada beat Brazil 2-1 last year, here in Edmonton. The only time Canada has defeated Brazil in soccer, it was the (...)

| February 2007 | 910 views

Nuclear Weapons: The Doomsday Advances

Nuclear Weapons: The Doomsday Advances

The world is now two minutes closer to a destructive nuclear war. At least that is the view of a group of prominent scientists from Europe and North (...)

| January 2007 | 645 views

Joseph 'Culture' Hill laid to rest

Joseph ’Culture’ Hill laid to rest

By: Claude Mills Photo By: Sista Irie The rows of empty pews spoke volumes about the scant regard that most Jamaicans appeared to convey towards an icon (...)

| September 2006 | 1601 views

Lech Walesa Condemns Guenter Grass

Lech Walesa Condemns Guenter Grass

Nobel peace laureate Lech Walesa has asked German novelist Guenter Grass(photo) to give up his honorary citizenship of the Polish city of Gdansk because of (...)

| August 2006 | 867 views

Afghanistan Update

Afghanistan Update

Afghanistan’s economy is growing like gangbusters. Problem is, more than a quarter century of war and an attempt by the Taliban to isolate the (...)

| July 2006 | 756 views

Japan Considers Strike Against N. Korea

Japan Considers Strike Against N. Korea

By Mari Yamaguchi Japan said Monday it was considering whether a pre-emptive strike on the North’s missile bases would violate its constitution, (...)

| July 2006 | 652 views

Sri Lankan bus blast kills at least 64

Sri Lankan bus blast kills at least 64

The Sri Lankan government bombed Tamil strongholds on Thursday after an explosion tore through a bus killing at least 64 people. The government blamed the (...)

| June 2006 | 532 views