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  • British Museum Exhibits Shakespeare World Review
    Jul 21 2012

    British Museum Exhibits Shakespeare World Review

    The British museum has undertaken the seemingly impossible task of creating a museum exhibit dedicated to the playwright William Shakespeare in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company. The exhibit focuses on what has been termed Shakespeare’s World, both real and imagined. The first room of which is devoted to the First Folio, which was circulated

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  • USA Work Hard to Beat Brazil in Olympic Preview
    Jul 21 2012

    USA Work Hard to Beat Brazil in Olympic Preview

    This week saw the USA take on Brazil in a pre-Olympics basketball match. Brazil’s team included Nene, Anderson Varejao and Tiago Splitter, all of them 6-11 and exactly the kind of players which could give the USA a problem at the Olympics. They played well and were 10 points up at the start of the

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  • Southeast Asian investors step away from Indonesia, toward Philippines and Thailand
    Jul 21 2012

    Southeast Asian investors step away from Indonesia, toward Philippines and Thailand

    What was once hailed as the most triumphant economy in the region, Indonesia has recently lost favor among investors following devalued currency and sluggish stocks and bonds. As the economy in Indonesia begins to slow investors become increasingly concerned among questionable government and bank practices throughout the region. While Indonesian stocks have risen 2% in

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  • The Secret to Jamaica’s Olympics Success
    Jul 21 2012

    The Secret to Jamaica’s Olympics Success

    Although Jamaica is a tiny island with a population of just 3 million, it still enjoys great success at the Olympics. Usain Bolt is one of the most famous Jamaicans to ever exist; sprinters Linford Christie and Donovan Bailey were born in Jamaica as was Ben Johnson and all of them have won gold in

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