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Arteris Sees Rousseff Brazil Road Plan as Lacking Profit – Bloomberg

Arteris Sees Rousseff Brazil Road Plan as Lacking ProfitBloombergWhile the administration has sought to get work under way before next year’s World Cup soccer tournament and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic games, the International Olympic Committee’s inspection team said after an August visit to Rio that it was …

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Arteris Sees Rousseff Brazil Road Plan as Lacking Profit – Bloomberg


Arteris Sees Rousseff Brazil Road Plan as Lacking Profit
Bloomberg
While the administration has sought to get work under way before next year's World Cup soccer tournament and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic games, the International Olympic Committee's inspection team said after an August visit to Rio that it was ...

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Rihanna gears up to play Tel Aviv for second time – Jerusalem Post


Haaretz

Rihanna gears up to play Tel Aviv for second time
Jerusalem Post
Pop star Rihanna is set to take Tel Aviv by storm Tuesday night, playing in Israel for the second time. Rihanna will play for 50,000 fans, who she calls her "navy," in the Yarkon Park as part of her Diamonds Tour, supporting her latest album, Unapologetic.
Tourist tip #361 / Last chance to get tickets to Rihanna in IsraelHaaretz

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Sean Paul wins MOBO Award – Jamaica Observer

Sean Paul wins MOBO AwardJamaica ObserverThe deejay, whose given name is Sean Paul Henriques, had two songs in the British national chart this year: What About Us, which was done with British girl group The Saturdays, and The Other Side of Love. Deejay...

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Technology education in Haiti becoming a priority despite disasters – Pittsburgh Post Gazette


Technology education in Haiti becoming a priority despite disasters
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
SAINT-MARC, Haiti -- At the cusp of sunrise in Saint-Marc, Haiti, when laborers roused by a rooster's crow join farmers and merchants already hours into the work day, 17-year-old Servius Madsen begins his daily trek to school. Armed with the family ...

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Should the United Nations Be Liable for the Haiti Cholera Epidemic? – Justia Verdict


Justia Verdict

Should the United Nations Be Liable for the Haiti Cholera Epidemic?
Justia Verdict
Scales of Justice In January 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, killing over 200,000 people, displacing an additional 1.5 million, and causing significant damage to the country's buildings and infrastructure. Moreover, several months after the ...
Suit against UN over cholera in HaitiWorkers World
Historic lawsuit launched against UN over negligence in Haitian cholera epidemicThe Vancouver Observer

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Sean Paul wins second straight MOBO Reggae award – Examiner.com

Examiner.comSean Paul wins second straight MOBO Reggae awardExaminer.comThe Grammy-winning Reggae artist, who was not present for the MOBO Awards ceremony in Glasgow, Scotland Saturday night, secured the award in a category which included nominees such...

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President Higgins to witness business deals during second day of Latin America … – RTE.ie

President Higgins to witness business deals during second day of Latin America …RTE.iePresident Michael D Higgins will meet his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto today and witness a number of business deals on the second day of his visit to Latin America. He is also due to meet members of the Irish academic and business community. and more »

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4 dead after boat capsizes off Florida coast – Lake Wylie Pilot


Lake Wylie Pilot

4 dead after boat capsizes off Florida coast
Lake Wylie Pilot
Haitians interviewed at an immigration detention center in Broward County routinely cite cholera, political unrest, dysfunctional law enforcement, ongoing displacement since the 2010 earthquake and, if they're women, vulnerability to sexual assaults in ...

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Fukushima overwhelmed with radioactive water

Highly radioactive water overflowed barriers into Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station after its operator Tepco underestimated how much rain would fall and failed to pump it out quickly enough. Tepco has been battling to contain radioactive water at the nuclear complex, which suffered…

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