May

Terrorist Posada parties in Miami

Friends of Luis Posada Carriles held a banquet May 2 at the Big Five Club in West Miami-Dade in honor of the 80-year old Cuban exile. Pedro Peñaranda, president of Municipalities of Cuba in Exile, the group organizing the event, told the Miami Herald that supporters wanted to “recognize Posada as a great Cuban, a man of dignity and decency and as a great patriot.”

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Letters - May 10, 2008

McCain is the enemy New Deal for people, not Wall Street Prison spending stats McCain, wrong again

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Worldnotes - May 10, 2008

UN: World hunger is top priority Afghanistan: U.S. troops tortured prisoners Chile: Strike riles copper giant Morocco: Factory fire kills workers Japan: Court rejects military role in Iraq

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May Day Photo Essay

NEW YORK-- A large and militant demonstration gathered at Washington Square Park in New York City to celebrate May Day. Many organizations and individuals took part in the rally which later marched to Foley Square. in front of City Hall.

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Letters - May 2, 2008

The price of invasion $4 saved Map error What is a good salary?

Worldnotes - May 2, 2008

Honduras: General strike reflects discontent Gaza: No fuel, mass suffering Africa: Zimbabwe arms stay on ship Hungary: Crisis over cuts Cuba: Health care changes seen

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