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Kyle Younker (Christian Science Monitor) writes about a major development in investigations of officials during Argentina’s Dirty War; a big source of evidence was a plane discovered in…

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An archaeologist’s plans to locate the graves of Indian indentured workers killed 110 years ago in Suriname has revived interest in a long buried episode in the history…

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As our readers in the United States celebrate their day of giving thanks, we take the opportunity to thank our great Repeating Island community for their support and…

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The ultimate cross-country challenge takes Lance Richardson on a two-wheel adventure from the Pacific to the Caribbean, described in this article for watoday.com. Follow the link below for…

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The US territory of Puerto Rico is to vote on Tuesday on whether to become a state of the US. So how are people feeling ahead of the…

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Five-part book series gives famed ‘goat sucker’ more dimensions, as Sarah Peters reports in this article for The Daily Pilot. Follow the link below for the original report.…

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“‘The current unbroken/ the circuits kept open’: Connecting Cultures and the Commonwealth” The 16th Triennial ACLALS Conference, St. Lucia, West Indies, August 5 –9, 2013 In “Sometimes in the…

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As Jamaican music evolved from tourist-pleasing calypso to the explosive culture of dancehall, the artwork that adorned its record sleeves told the story, too, of the unique social…

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William Hague’s officials have spent £10,000 on restuffing an antique snake, as Tim Ross reports for London’s Telegraph. The 20ft-long anaconda, called Albert, is believed to have been…

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 ‘Festival of Lights,’ on Guyanese Immigrants in New York, is reviewed by NEIL GENZLINGER for The New York Times. “Festival of Lights” seeks to illuminate an immigrant world…