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JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga., July 8, 2015  — After more than two years of intensive rehabilitation and care, Mahi, a juvenile green sea turtle who was rehabilitated by The Georgia Sea Turtle Center, was released at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, on Vilano Beach in St. Augustine, Florida. Prior to her

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2016 Presidential ElectionAt VIFreepHumanitarian News

  CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico — Honduran migrant Gerardo Cruz never saw the face of the man who pushed him off the train’s ladder as he rode through Chontalpa, Mexico. But through the black of that March night, 20-year-old Cruz said he could make out the white lettering of “Policía Federal”

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Mitt Romney made tax havens like the Cayman Islands household words. But even Willard might blush at how much money the BVI took in last year. That’s right, while we were eating cheese and bread, my neighbors 40 miles to the north were raking in $92 billion in 2013. That’s

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  Attorneys representing Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak threatened to take legal action against the Wall Street Journal over allegations of corruption, and claimed that the report was part of a plot against him. Najib has been accused of siphoning off $700 million from a state-controlled investment fund into his

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  The nation could be capable of sending 2.4 million barrels a day overseas by 2025 if the ban is lifted The United States will become one of the world’s largest oil exporters if domestic production continues to surge and policymakers lift a four-decade ban that keeps most crude from leaving

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2016 Presidential ElectionAt VIFreepCaribbean News

  The aisles of the Macy’s store at Herald Square in New York City buzzed with customers Thursday as consumers of all ages and ethnicities peered at shiny cufflinks, tried on bright blouses and compared cosmetic products. A mostly bare aisle in the men’s section conspicuously stood out. Until this

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Six years ago, Starlin Castro said he felt virtually trapped in Chicago. The Cubs shortstop didn’t know how to order food from a restaurant. He and several of his friends, also from the Dominican Republic, did not know how to call for a taxi. Remaining in their apartments often seemed

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  The world’s largest cruise company could be heading to Cuba. Starting in May, Carnival Corp. plans to offer trips from Miami to the Caribbean island nation, the company announced Tuesday. Carnival says it would become the first American cruise company to visit Cuba since the 1960 trade embargo. The

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  PORT-AU-PRINCE — International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers arrived in Haiti  Wednesday after concluding a successful visit to Suriname. Haiti is the fourth country the minister is visiting as part of his five nation tour of the Caribbean. The visits seek to promote and sustain linkages between South

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  MIAMI — The world’s best cruise line bartenders from Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises fight for a place in the DIAGEO RESERVE WORLD CLASS™ Global Grand Final The battle to become the world’s best bartender is on. This year, 5,500 cruise line bartenders from three

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