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Australia to import micro wasp to wage war against plague of crazy ants

Australia to import micro wasp to wage war against plague of crazy ants

LONDON, 26 may 2015- A diminutive Malaysian wasp is set to be imported to Australia in order to wage war against a plague of destructive crazy ants on Christmas Island. The tiny…

US releases trove of Osama bin Laden letters

US releases trove of Osama bin Laden letters

NEW YORK, 21 may 2015-The US has published a trove of declassified documents that shed new light on the mindset of Osama bin Laden, the late al-Qaeda leader, before he…

Three more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault

Three more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault

PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015 Bill Cosby has been hit with fresh accusations of sexual assault from another three women. The new trio – Marcella Tate, Janice Baker-Kinney and Autumn Burns –…

Murió el escritor uruguayo Eduardo Galeano

Murió el escritor uruguayo Eduardo Galeano

MONTEVIDEO, 13 aprile 2015- El escritor uruguayo Eduardo Galeano murió en la mañana de hoy tras estar varios días internado en el sanatorio del Casmu 2, en Montevideo. Desde la…

‘Historic time’: Obama, Castro to meet Saturday

‘Historic time’: Obama, Castro to meet Saturday

PANAMA CITY, 11/04/ 2015 — President Obama and Cuban President Raúl Castro were expected to sit down for substantial talks Saturday, the first such discussions between leaders of the two…

The cross of Jesus

The cross of Jesus

SANT ANTONIO (USA), APRIL, 4  2015- Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller carried the cross through downtown on Good Friday in an annual procession that brought out hundreds who lined the streets leading…

Somber mood as Garissa survivors leave

Somber mood as Garissa survivors leave

GARISSA (KENYA)SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015- A somber mood engulfed Garissa military camp Saturday when 663 students who survived the Garissa University College terror attack aboard 13 vehicles left for different destinations. The…

Thousands in Indy protest ‘religious freedom’ law

Thousands in Indy protest ‘religious freedom’ law

INDIANA (USA), march 29, 2015- When Annette Gross made plans for a rally in Indianapolis against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, she had only hoped for 100 people to show…