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The election in Egypt: a bitter pill to swallow

The election in Egypt: a bitter pill to swallow

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer News Analysis As Egyptians head to the polls this Sunday, the world waits to see who the winner will be. However, among the vast majority of the country’s 81 million souls, there is little doubt no matter who...
Haiti: A Year Later

Haiti: A Year Later

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer Who would believe it? A year has already gone by and it looks as if the tragedy took place yesterday. The level of suffering, its consistency, its raw ugliness, its everlasting aftershocks leave us in outright...
Merry Christmas from Coast to Coast!

Merry Christmas from Coast to Coast!

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers This year, Christmas has come with bitter/sweet feelings. It feels nice to be surrounded by loved ones while being showered by exotic gifts. It makes warm hearts feel warmer when all members are clustered around the dinner...
Leonel Fernández wins reelection in the DR

Leonel Fernández wins reelection in the DR

CSMS Magazine Staff WritersLeonel Fernández, the president of the Dominican Republic, was reelected for a third time in elections on Friday. Fernández won 53% of the vote, while his closest rival, Miguel Vargas Maldonado, won 41%. Many observers were...

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