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Moda Lisboa Fashion Week – Live Last Day
The last day of Moda Lisboa was a continuity of a spectacular fashion show, Daniel Diniz, a Portuguese designer, started...
Moda Lisboa Fashion Week – Live Day Three
Practice makes perfection as they say and, the third day of Moda Lisboa Fashion Week proved the point. It was superb: great...
Moda Lisboa Fashion Week – Live Day Two
Starting the second day at Moda Lisboa, FASHION should be the most used word in Portugal and the young Portuguese designer...
Moda Lisboa Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2012: Live Day One
Yesterday, the sunny Lisbon welcomed the 20th Fashion Week Edition and the Portuguese Designers will have until October 9th to show...
European Economy – A Budgetary Trauma
Soon after the so-called end of the depression period in the global economy, at a time when the global economy started a weak...
The Resurrection: Freddy Adu
Remember all the excitement? Remember all the hype? I know I do. I was twelve years old sitting by the mailbox waiting to get that...
Straddling Two Worlds: Porto, a City in Evolution
Amidst Renaissance-era churches and crumbling tile facades, a colossal stone structure hovers unassumingly. Completed in 2005,...
Portugal On the Edge of a Political Crisis
Portuguese Government is likely to step down in the upcoming months as the announcement of a new austerity package (PEC IV),...
Ja A. Jahannes: Piracy Off Somalia - An Analysis with Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar
Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar is a distinguished academician, author and scholar. He is Professor...
Ja A. Jahannes: Tribute Poem For Gil Scott-Heron
Gil Scott-Heron was a poet in touch with the madness of the world and the sanity...
Ja A. Jahannes: Happy 50th Birthday, Peace Corps!
The Peace Corps is one of the boldest social and cultural transformation efforts...
Freedom of the Web at Risk in Italy, Copyright to Hide Censorship
The deliberation 668/2010 of the Italian Authority for Communications Guarantees...
Argentina, On Its Way To Legalize The Consumption of Some Drugs
The legalization to consume some drugs in Argentina has generated a great polemic...
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Greece Crisis, A New Wave of Budget Cuts
A group of analysts from the three institutions responsible for granting the country...
Bombardier Chomps 1,400 Jobs Due to Technological Shortcoming
Around 1,400 jobs will be lost in the UK since Bombardier (TSX: BBD.B), a Canadian...
Human-Rights Violations Rampant in Lukashenko’s Belarus
Belarus, or 'White Russia'; a country considered the black hole of Europe, the last...
‘Occupy Wall Street’ Is On The Move
The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests are still continuing and have now expanded...
Mitt Romney Combats Foreign Policy
Mitt Romney made his first major foreign policy address at the Citadel Military Academy...
Barnes and Noble Buys Borders Customer List
After some intense bankruptcy negotiations, Barnes and Noble has finally secured...
Australian Bomb Hoaxer Sought Money
A man marched into a Sydney law office with his 12-year-old daughter claiming he had a bomb....
China Targets Hazardous Waste Dumping, Stockpiles
China’s environmental regulators say they are planning a campaign that will target...
Tainted Vinegar Suspected in 11 Deaths in China
Vinegar tainted with antifreeze is suspected of killing 11 people and sickening 120 after...
Mexico City; Reinventing the Institution of Marriage...
The intention of decreasing divorces may seem like a complex issue to tackle, but Mexico...
Malnutrition in Guatemala leads to Twitter #GuateSinHambre
The @GuateSinHambre twitter page was opened on October 5 to bring awareness to the 6000...
Mexico's Drug War Moves to Social Media
Using social media to report on drug cartels has become an extremely dangerous practice...
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