Japan: Quake Death Toll Over 10,000

8 Tokyo, Mar 25. -The official death toll from the quake and tsunami that devastated Japan on March 11 now stands at 10,035, with 17,443 still missing, according to official sources. Police reported those figures as of 11:00 local time Friday. Meanwhile, at least 250,000 evacuees are in 1,900 shelters. Two weeks after the natural disaster, the crisis in the

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Unpublished Marley Footage to Be Screened in Britain

3 Kingston, Mar 18. -Twenty years after his death, Jamaican legendary musician Bob Marley returns to theaters, now through the screening of a documentary, given up for lost for over 30 years, that will be screened in Britain. The footage, showing the rise of Marley and his reggae band The Wailers, was shot by Jamaican filmmaker Esther Anderson in 1972,

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Assange Fears for his Life if Extradited to USA

1 London, Dec 25. -WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, now free on bail in the UK, believes his extradition to USA is politically impossible because he is at risk of being killed there. Assange told The Guardian newspaper it would be unlikely for British authorities to hand him over to the United States if he has public support in the UK.

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Caribbean Online Space for Cuban Five

1 Port Spain, Oct 8. -in the 34th anniversary of the crime in the Cuban plane in Barbados in 1976, Jamaican professor Norman Girvan opened a space in the web for Caribbeans to join the demand for the release of the Cuban Five, now in several prisons in the US. In a letter addressed to the US President Barack Obama,

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