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Jesse Jackson Jr charged with misusing campaign funds

A former congressman and son of a prominent civil rights leader has been charged with spending campaign funds on personal expenses. Jesse Jackson Jr of Illinois is accused of misusing $750,000 (£483,000). He and his wife Sandi Jackson, who is…

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200,000 Caymans Corporations hacked for art project

By Neal Ungerleider Fast Company Published February 15, 2013 Hacker-artist Paolo Cirio scraped data from more than 200,000 Cayman Islands corporations via government servers to protest offshore tax laws. Users can purchase their own offshore “Certificates of Incorporation” for tax…

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RCIPS expresses condolences to Family & Friends of fallen colleague

From the RCIPS The officers and civilian support staff of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), would like to express their condolences to the family and friends of the late Inspector Tricia Bodden, who passed away at her residence…

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CIFA Competitions, schedules, results and more…

Please see attached all the current information, tables, schedules, results, etc sent to us by the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA). The CIFA also wants to remind you that tomorrow, Friday, 15 February 2013 is the deadline for senior players…

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1st Annual Screenwriters Choice Awards announced

Final Draft, Inc., the industry standard for screenwriting software, is proud to announce the winners of the 1st Annual Screenwriters Choice Awards™ that were held Thursday night at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. Comedian and actor Jay…

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Africans Among Favorites to Replace Benedict

Monday, 11 Feb 2013 12:34 PM By Lisa Barron With the shocking announcement that Pope Benedict XVI will be stepping down at the end of the month, all eyes are now on the men who are being considered to replace…

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Crippled Carnival Triumph cruise ship limps to US coast

A stranded cruise ship with more than 4,000 people aboard is within sight of land after four days without power because of an engine fire. Pulled by tugboats, the Carnival Triumph is due later to reach Mobile, Alabama, although it…

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Asteroid to pass close by Earth on Friday

From Autonet.ca A newly discovered asteroid about half the size of a football field will pass nearer to Earth than any other known object of its size on Friday, giving scientists a rare opportunity for close-up observations without launching a…

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Self-driving car given UK test run at Oxford University

By Dave LeeTechnology reporter, BBC News A car that is able to drive itself on familiar routes has been shown off at an event at Oxford University. The technology uses lasers and small cameras to memorise regular journeys like the…

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British Virgin Islands Looking at Sport Fishing as Next Big Attraction

Written by  BVI Tourist Board Could sport fishing become the next greatest addition to the BVIs’ diverse tourism product? According to Film Commissioner Rhodni Skelton, the British Virgin Islands is ideally poised to build sport fishing into a vast market…