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MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — The Nicaraguan government accused the
United States of applying an "interventionist and destabilizing
policy" Thursday after the U.S. ambassador criticized a ruling
allowing leftist President Daniel Ortega to seek re-election.
NEW YORK — Increased contraceptive use has led to fewer
abortions worldwide, but deaths from unsafe abortions remain a
severe problem, killing 70,000 women a year, a research institute
reported Tuesday in a major global survey.
BRUSSELS — Georgia and Russia both claimed to find vindication
in Wednesday's independent report on the causes of their 2008 war,
but neither seemed likely to be able to take the moral high ground
because of its blunt judgments.
They filled a small church hall on a warm, muggy evening,
celebrating a country far away with the hope of maintaining their
culture close in Tucson.
Un grupo de padres de familia, sus hijos y otros adultos,
llenaron el salón de una pequeña iglesia el pasado domingo en una
noche calurosa, bochornosa, para celebrar a un país lejano, con la
esperanza de mantener su cultura cerca de Tucsón.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Honduras' de facto president said
Saturday that the United States has revoked his visas to pressure
the Central American country to reinstate ousted leader Manuel
Zelaya, exiled in a June 28 coup.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — The head of the Organization of
American States closed the door Friday on a compromise offered by
Honduras' interim leader because it would not restore the president
ousted in a coup.
Susan Grundy remembers her reaction when her high-school-aged
daughter announced one day that she wanted to be part of a youth
leadership program that stations high school students in Central
and South American countries for the summer.
Q: I have eight two-dollar bills dated 1976, bought for the U.S.
Bicentennial, and four bear postal cancellation stamps from New
York state. Do they have any value beyond $2?
LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian Amazon Indian leaders are warning of
renewed protests, alleging Friday that the government has not
honored promises made in the aftermath of June violence that left
at least 23 police and 10 Indians dead.