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Star Trek Meets Private Island in Belize      06/16/04

Cayo Espanto, a private island off the coast of Belize, is offering guests the latest high tech amenities with a new high-speed wireless Internet system and the Segway(tm) Human Transporter. "We've combined the best of our barefoot style with the latest and most fun technology," said David Benzaquen, president of operations/ reservations at Cayo Espanto. more...

Miss Honduras sentenced for slander      06/16/04

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) - A court yesterday ordered, then commuted, a sentence of community service against Miss Honduras 2002 for slandering the beauty contest's former organiser. more...

Going under in Honduras      06/15/04

"Ahora! Ahora!" shouted the boatman in Spanish. "Now! Now!" I fumbled with my mask and snorkel, uneasy about jumping into the open ocean. more...

Hidden Guatemala      06/15/04

Esquipulas, GUATEMALA -- As a little girl, I was terrified of this place. In this colonial town in eastern Guatemala, a woman told me and my sister that we if we turned our backs to the famous sculpture of the black Christ inside the basilica, we would turn into stone. more...

Ancient tongue, culture fading fast in Honduras      06/15/04

PUNTA GORDA, Honduras — When Reina Martinez speaks to her 14-year-old granddaughter, she uses Garifuna, the language of her youth in this colorful island village. But when Cassandra Ballesteros answers, it's not in Garifuna. more...

Caribbean Culture Takes Over Bowling Green Park Today      06/14/04

NEW YORK, N.Y., Weds. June 2: Legendary Jamaican recording artiste and songwriter, Half Pint, and Vincentian entertainer, Kevin Lyttle, are among a number of renowned regional performers scheduled to thrill New Yorkers and the Caribbean community as the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)’s Caribbean Fair 2004, takes over Bowling Green Park in New York today. more...

Refugees and AIDS activists mark Reagan’s funeral with protests      06/14/04

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — As Ronald Reagan’s body was carried back to California for burial, Central American activists staged a protest Friday to remind the world that Reagan’s foreign policies were linked to thousands of deaths in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. more...

United States, Canada get first leg wins in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying      06/14/04

NEW YORK (AP)— The United States, Canada, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago each recorded shutouts Sunday in the first leg of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying's second round, but host Nicaragua was held to a 2-2 draw by St. Vincent and the Grenadines. more...

Honduras to Receive $1.8 Bln to Combat Poverty      06/14/04

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (Reuters) - Honduras, one of the poorest countries in Latin America, is set to receive $1.8 billion in aid to fight poverty, Finance Minister Arturo Alvarado told Reuters on Friday. more...

Medical-malpractice battle gets personal      06/14/04

There are 73,084 working lawyers in Texas. Selina Leewright never thought that being married to one would cost her her job. more...

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