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  • National Parks seriously compromised by cuts

    National Parks seriously compromised by cuts

    June 23, 2006

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Visiting a national park this summer? If so, you should expect reduced law enforcement protection, longer emergency response times, fewer lifeguards, scaled back water and trail safety patrols, dirtier campgrounds and other visibly...

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  • OAS rebuffs U.S. proposals

    OAS rebuffs U.S. proposals

    June 23, 2006

    Foreign ministers from the Western Hemisphere met June 4-6 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, for the 36th General Assembly of the Organization of the American States (OAS). Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick represented the United...

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  • Bush faces dilemma on anti-Cuba terrorist

    Bush faces dilemma on anti-Cuba terrorist

    June 23, 2006

    The Wall Street Journal ran an article on May 22 questioning Bush administration ties to the Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK), an Iranian group based in Iraq dedicated to destabilizing the Iranian government. The MEK is on the...

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  • When American soldiers fought against Vietnam War

    When American soldiers fought against Vietnam War

    June 23, 2006

    “Sir, No Sir!” an Audience Award winner for best documentary at the Los Angeles Film Festival, tells the largely unknown story of the GI movement against the war in Vietnam. “It really was very much the...

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  • Nacho Libre provides glimpse of Mexican popular culture

    Nacho Libre provides glimpse of Mexican popular culture

    June 23, 2006

    MEXICO CITY — Hollywood funny man Jack Black’s new movie, “Nacho Libre,” which portrays the wild world of Mexican wrestling, was shot on location in Mexico’s Pacific coastal state of Oaxaca (pronounced “Wah-HA-Ca”). As audiences enjoy...

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