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Death toll rises as Chilean quake rescue effort continues

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Death toll rises as Chilean quake rescue effort continues

The earthquake that hit Chile has resulted in hundreds of deaths and infrastructure damage throughout the country. Tsunami warnings spread across the Pacific, as far away as Japan and Alaska. Read how blogs and social media have been assessing the impact of the quake around the world.

Posted: March 1, 2010 14:41   Comments: 1
Bloggers weigh in on Greek economic woes

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Bloggers weigh in on Greek economic woes

Greece is continuing its struggle against debt that is threatening the entire eurozone economy. U.S. and European stocks fell amid concern that Greece will not be able to meet its budget deficit targets. We offer a wrap-up of online commentary.

Posted: February 25, 2010 16:37   Comments: 0
U.S. policy toward Cuba remains largely unmodified

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U.S. policy toward Cuba remains largely unmodified

Prior to taking office, Barack Obama spoke of the need for a new approach to U.S.-Cuba relations and a sea change from the past. Last April, the Obama administration lifted a few restrictions on Cuban-Americans, including some on travel and on sending money back to Cuba. However, the 47-year-old embargo remain intact. Read what Cuban bloggers are saying.

Posted: February 15, 2010 15:38   Comments: 5

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