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The Hartford CourantThe Atlantic Ocean hurricane season this year is expected to be "active or extremely active," federal forecasters said Thursday. The season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, will bring 13 to 20 named storms, of which seven to 11 will be hurricanes,...
ReutersMIAMI (Reuters) - The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season could be "extremely active" and spawn 13 to 20 tropical storms, seven to 11 of which are expected to become hurricanes, the U.S. government's top climate agency predicted on Thursday. Three to six of...
ReutersHAVANA (Reuters) - Colombia's FARC rebels on Wednesday denied accusations that they were holding two Spanish tourists who authorities say were kidnapped in the South American country last week. Spanish news reports said the kidnappers identified...
Tags: Government, Criminals, Politics, Colombia, Kidnapping
The Japan TimesThe Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology and the Brazilian government recently announced the discovery of a large mass of granite on the seafloor off Rio de Janeiro -- a landmark finding that suggests a continent may have once existed...
In recent years, the Indo-Pacific lionfish — a dramatically striped, finned and armored aquarium fish — has invaded Atlantic and Caribbean coral reefs. It has been spotted off the Southeastern United States, throughout the Caribbean Sea, in...
Caribbean News Now, Grand Cayman, Cayman IslandsPetionville is that bucolic city built in the mountains of the outskirts of Port au Prince by Alexander Petion, the pioneer of the concept of the Grand Caribe. Petion, the third president of the new republic of Haiti, provided arms, munitions and soldiers...
Tags: Haiti, Government, Culture, Politics, Heads of State
Reading Eagle, Pa.Kaare Nodland was happiest when he was speeding across the Chesapeake Bay, his beloved sailboat pitched to one side, one of its railings skimming through the salty water. Sailing his 31-foot racing vessel allowed him to combine his loves of science...
Tags: Sailing, Science and Technology, Norway
With the thawing of winter in many parts of the world, animals and humans alike are starting to wake up and get outside. As avid wildlife watchers, members of VirtualTourist.com, a leading travel website, compiled a list of the "Top 10 Places to See...
Tags: Population, Travel, National Parks, Gardens and Parks, Rwanda
Is Mexico safe? That's the question that gets a lot of media attention. When six tourists from Spain were raped earlier this month in Acapulco, speculation began anew. But the tourism board in Cancun, 1,200 miles away and in a state for which the U.S....
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Strange as it may sound, finding good Dominican food isn't so easy in Dominican restaurants. The best Dominican food, I'm told, is served in Dominican homes. If you get that kind of invitation, well, lucky you;...
On the surface of her first new novel in a decade, the vaguely autobiographical, startlingly ambitious "See Now Then," author Jamaica Kincaid seems to tell a simple story about a New England family that is falling apart. Mr. Sweet, a musician and...
Superstorm Sandy earned its name, the National Hurricane Center reported on Tuesday, in a report that says the storm was the deadliest to hit the region in 40 years and the second costliest in the nation’s history. The report summarizes last fall&...
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