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  • U.S. military investing heavily in Africa

    WASHINGTON — The Pentagon has begun a burst of spending in Africa, expanding its main base on the continent and investing in air facilities, flight services, telecommunications and electrical upgrades as the U.S. military deepens its footprint in...
  • Military interventions rarely fulfill their goals

    PARIS -- Military interventions by powerful nations into lesser ones, such as now continues in Mali (and Afghanistan), and is being urged by many into the Syrian civil war, are inherently reckless since even the most powerful states can have the whole...
  • L.A. Fashion Week: Amabelle Aguiluz and Rose La Grua reviews

    L.A. Fashion Week: Amabelle Aguiluz and Rose La Grua reviews
    The Los Angeles Fashion Council kicked off its second day at the Grove shopping center with a pair of runway shows by the winners of its recent Open Runway competition (for "brand-new and barely emerging designers"), Amabelle Aguiluz and Rose La Grua....
  • International court excuses Kenyan president from most of his trial

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Almost a week after the African Union called for the International Criminal Court to delay its prosecution of Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta,  the judicial body responded by excusing Kenyatta from having to be in court for...
  • Sweden tops, Yemen last in getting most out of Internet, study says

     
    Worldwide, Sweden gets the most out of using the Internet, according to a new study from a foundation that seeks to expand access to the Web....
  • Strategy to improve 'alarming situation' in Mali expected at U.N.

     
    The question of how to help Mali cope with rebels, the aftermath of a military coup and religious extremists, is slated to be taken up Wednesday at the sidelines of the United Nations, at a closely watched meeting on security in the troubled Sahel....
  • WFTV looks at charity in Central Florida

     
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: Greg Warmoth looks at charity in the region on “Central Florida Spotlight,” which airs at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on WFTV-Channel 9. Warmoth interviews Washington Nationals Manager Davey Johnson...
  • Acoustic Africa marvels at Lafayette College

     
    Lafayette College Acoustic Africa dazzles in Easton....
  • Palm Springs International ShortFest lines up 330 films

    Palm Springs International ShortFest lines up 330 films
    The 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market, now in its 19th year, will feature 330 films from 49 countries, including 70 world premieres, 55 North American premieres and 14 U.S. premieres. The films will be showcased in 53...
  • Bombino mixes rock, global perspectives

    Bombino mixes rock, global perspectives
    Guitarist Bombino's performance at a wedding in the desert city of Agadez, Niger, six years ago was, in some ways, a typical job. Then 27, he had been playing music since childhood and toured globally as a member of the band Tidawt. But this gig became...
  • Roman Catholic bishops, volunteers come together to feed hungry

    Roman Catholic bishops convening in Baltimore joined students and volunteers Sunday to transform a Harbor East hotel corridor into a food-packing operation to benefit West African orphans and battered women. Measuring out thousands of plastic bags of dry...