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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Thursday | April 26, 2007

EDITORIAL - Holding a corner for gays?
t is tempting, and perhaps easy, to be sympathetic to Public Defender Earl Witter's suggestion to gays in Jamaica not to flaunt their tendencies to avoid being victims of violence. Mr. Witter's advice is particularly arresting, given his uncharacteristic retreat...

Protecting 'Creation'

Planet Earth is in deep trouble. While we here were busy debating the new environmental levy introduced by the Government, another Earth Day rolled by almost without any public notice Sunday gone, April 22. Earth Day websites say some 500 million... - Martin Henry

Building a global city in the desert

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates: Imagine a small village of palm-frond huts encircling a desert fortress.Then, imagine a large city of luxury hotels and futuristic skyscrapers amid green gardens. Do that, and in a nutshell, you have the past and present of Abu Dhabi. - John Rapley

Guess who's coming to dinner?

Robert Gabriel Mugabe, first and so far only president of a nation for whom Bob Marley's performance at the official changeover from Rhodesia to Zimbabwe in 1980 is legendary, is not a preferred dinner guest these days. As the editorial in this newspaper... - Melville Cooke





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