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Moved Below Ichimoku Cloud – DGX, DIN, DLN, DNI, DPS – Retirement Planning

Moved Below Ichimoku Cloud - DGX, DIN, DLN, DNI, DPSRetirement PlanningThe stock has a 52 week range of $45.77 – $61.21. At current market price, the market capitalization of the company stands at $7.89B and it has 158.29M outstanding shares. Quest D...

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Winners Announced – SKNVibes.com

SKNVibes.comWinners AnnouncedSKNVibes.comSt Johns, Antigua, September 30th, 2011 – Organisation's voted as the cream of Caribbean industry have been announced as winners of the Caribbean Business Awards. "We are delighted to showcase and rew...

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Reggae pioneer Leonard Dillon dies in Jamaica – USA Today

Inquirer.netReggae pioneer Leonard Dillon dies in JamaicaUSA TodayKINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) – The leader of the pioneering reggae group The Ethiopians has died in Jamaica. Leonard Dillon was 68. Daughter Patrice Dillon says her father died Wednesday at ...

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Germany’s Merkel faces biggest test in euro vote

BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces a battle for her political survival on Thursday when some of her coalition, worried about throwing good money after bad by bailing out Greece, could humiliate her in a parliament vote on euro-zone rescue schemes. Support from the center-left opposition will ensure Germany passes the bill on new powers for the European ...

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Planes diverted as Mexico City airport power fails

MEXICO CITY (AP) — An unspecified number of flights have been diverted from Mexico City because a power failure darkened the capital’s international airport. Airport managers say power and flight service is expected to be restored before midnight. Officials say the apparent failure of a transformer threatened to start a fire at the facility. But they stress that passengers and ...

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Yemen: Succession Plan May Be Near

An agreement between Yemen’s government and its opponents on how to carry out a transfer of power has overcome setbacks caused by the outbreak of violence in the capital last week and is near completion, Yemeni officials said. One of the high-ranking officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the negotiations were continuing, said some details were pending, ...

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Saudi King ‘Revokes’ Woman Driver’s Lashing Sentence

Saudi King Abdullah has revoked a sentence of 10 lashes imposed on a woman for breaking the ban on women driving in the conservative kingdom, a Saudi princess said on Wednesday on her Twitter account. “Thank God, the lashing of Sheima is canceled. Thanks to our beloved King. I’m sure all Saudi women will be so happy, I know I ...

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Iraq regime tries to silence corruption whistleblowers

The Iraqi government is seeking to silence critics who accuse it of rampant corruption by removing officials who try to prosecute racketeers and intimidating politicians and journalists who support them. This month alone it has forced the head of its anti-corruption watchdog to resign. And a prominent Iraqi journalist, who had been threatened for leading anti-government protests, was shot dead ...

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US Can Still Win in Afghanistan, Military Expert Claims in NY Times Op-Ed

Although his recent New York Times polemic slamming Afghan war critics is entitled “This War Can Still Be Won,” Army Special Forces Major Fernando M. Luján makes an interesting admission near the end of his piece when he concedes that “winning” is a meaningless word when it comes to this type of war, a concept acquired — no doubt — ...

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