A public memorial service is planned for Thursday at a Harlem church to celebrate the life of Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X. Continue reading
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Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of the civil rights activist Malcolm X, was reported dead in Mexico by United States authorities on Thursday, a family friend said. Continue reading
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POLITICAL NEIGHBORS presents the work of Rius, Feggo, and El Fisgón, three pivotal figures in Mexico’s political cartooning … Continue reading
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Michael Jackson imitators moonwalked at Mexico’s Angel of Independence, a prison in the Philippines organized a “Thriller” tribute dance, political leaders paid homage and French fans gathered at Notre Dame to sing and cry as the world mourned the King of Pop.
From Paris to Peru, tributes both personal and public were held Friday by generations of fans, from those who danced to “ABC” and hummed along with “I’ll be There” and “Ben” in the ’70s, to the Generation X‘ers who moonwalked and gyrated to “Billie Jean,” “Thriller” and “Bad” in the 1980s.
“Eighty percent of the weapons seized in the Caribbean island are traced back to the United States…”
Ships from Miami steam into Jamaica‘s main harbor loaded with TV sets and blue jeans. But some of the most popular U.S. imports never appear on the manifests: handguns, rifles and bullets that stoke one of the world’s highest murder rates.
The volume is much less than the flow of U.S. guns into Mexico that end up in the hands of drug cartels — Jamaican authorities recover fewer than 1,000 firearms a year. But of those whose origin can be traced, 80 percent come from the U.S., Jamaican law enforcement officials have said in interviews with The Associated Press.
Q & A On Swine Flu
A never-before-seen strain of swine flu has turned killer in Mexico and is causing milder illness in the United States and elsewhere. While authorities say it’s not time to panic, they are taking steps to stem the spread and also urging people to pay close attention to the latest health warnings and take their own precautions.
“Individuals have a key role to play,” Dr. Richard Besser, acting chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday.
Here’s what we need to know:
The distillers of Sweden‘s Absolut vodka have withdrawn an advertisement run in Mexico that angered many U.S. citizens by idealizing an early 19th century map showing chunks of the United States as Mexican.
The new China de Puebla Mexican restaurant wants you. They prove it by offering you a 20% off discount coupon (see the attached image). So print out coupon and take it to the restaurant and get your drink or food on. Continue reading