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  • Moraine Valley athletes honored for academic achievements

    College | Moraine Valley athletes honored for academic achievements
    Six Moraine Valley Community College student athletes were recognized with the Academic Student Athlete Award by the National Junior College Athletic Association for their classroom achievements, and 28 students were recognized by the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference as All-Academic Athletes of the Year.
  • Five killed, 24 wounded in Nicaragua convoy attack

    MANAGUA (Reuters) - Shots fired at a convoy of vehicles returning from a national celebration in western Nicaragua early on Sunday left five dead and 24 wounded, a government website reported. The attack occurred in the province of Matagalpa,...

    Cinco muertos y 24 heridos deja ataque contra partidarios sandinistas en Nicaragua

    MANAGUA (Reuters) - Cinco muertos y 24 heridos dejó el domingo un ataque a balazos contra una caravana de vehículos que retornaba a localidades del interior de Nicaragua tras participar en un acto por el 35 aniversario de la revolución sandinista en...

    U.S. must help Latin refugees [Letter]

    U.S. must help Latin refugees [Letter]
    Like so many others, I have been closely following the refugee crisis at the southern border. But instead of welcoming these poor children, who are desperate for help, many people refuse to recognize their humanity. For example, the Carroll County Board...

    Ecuador's president may seek ultimate job security: indefinite re-election

    QUITO, Ecuador Franklin D. Roosevelt had it, so did Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and so does Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega. Could Ecuador's Rafael Correa be the next president to win the right to consecutive and indefinite re-election? That's the question the...