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Haiti marks grim earthquake anniversary

Haiti marks grim earthquake anniversary

CSMS Magazine Staff writers Three years after an earthquake left half a million Haitians dead and about 1.5 million internally displaced, the people of this Caribbean embattled country can hardly find one good thing to point out to as part of progress...
Muammar Gadhafi reportedly killed

Muammar Gadhafi reportedly killed

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Reports out of Tripoli have said that Gadhafi was killed in the town of Sirte, a strategic town east of Tripoli. Sirte has been the scene of a ferocious fight between forces still loyal to Gadhafi and those of the TNC (Transition...
Amanda Knox is free, but questions remain

Amanda Knox is free, but questions remain

By Jacob Davis Special to CSMS Magazine This story is one of the most intriguing cases in a murder mystery in contemporary time. From the get go, it was a case full of twists and turns. It was a case that empowered passionate watchers from both sides...
A wind of change is sweeping the Arab world

A wind of change is sweeping the Arab world

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Thousands of Yemenis poured into the streets of Sanaa Thursday to demand the immediate downfall of the Ali Abdullah Saleh regime. This is the latest in a series of “days of rage” orchestrated by the population across the...
British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, facing the last battle of his political life

British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, facing the last battle of his political life

CSMS Magazine Staff WritersIn the face of mounting criticism from his Labor party members, Tony Blair announced Saturday that next year’s party conference would be his last. Blair’s popularity plummeted when he sent British troops to Iraq during the...
“Fidel Castro’s health has improved, ” news report says

“Fidel Castro’s health has improved, ” news report says

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers  According to Associated Press, president Fidel Castro was seen on Cuban Television greeting Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez who visited him on his way back home from a long visit to China. “Brother!” Fidel said from...
The Assassination Of Jacques Roche Adds More Fear On Average Citizens In Haiti

The Assassination Of Jacques Roche Adds More Fear On Average Citizens In Haiti

New York, July 14, 2005—The Committee to Protect Journalists mourns the death of Haitian journalist Jacques Roche, whose body was found today in the capital, Port-au-Prince. Roche, cultural editor with the daily Le Matin, was kidnapped on Sunday, according...
Red Cross worker slain in rising Haiti violence

Red Cross worker slain in rising Haiti violence

By Stevenson Jacobs The Associated Press PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti · A kidnapped international Red Cross worker was found shot to death, the organization said Friday, expressing its concerns about escalating violence that threatens elections to replace...

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