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Spanish Court Clears Priest in Abuse Case Taken Up by Pope Francis
A Spanish court found no evidence that the Rev. Román Martínez had sexually abused an altar boy who later wrote to Pope Francis to detail his accusations.
Grenada: Assailant Kills U.S. Tourist
A machete-wielding man attacked an American tourist couple as they walked along a remote beach on Grenada, killing the woman.
A Waterfront Home on Grenada’s Southern Coast
The house, which has a pool and a private dock, is on the market for $2.2 million.
House Hunting in ... Grenada
As the country’s economy continues to improve following the global recession, Grenada’s high-end properties remain relatively affordable in the region.
Why Settle for Just a Beachfront Lot?
It would be bliss enough to own a property on the island of Grenada itself, but it is also possible to buy an island of one's own, with at least five for sale.
Of Mops and Mad Bulls
Since learning how to make kites as a child in Grenada, Shawn Thomas has continued making them, sometimes selling them, tweaking the design and even acquiring a patent.
Documents Show Thatcher-Reagan Rift Over U.S. Decision to Invade Grenada
Documents released by the British government said that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was angered by a lack of warning from President Ronald Reagan.
Grenada Moves to the Top of This List
With its gold medal Monday, Grenada vaulted past Slovenia on the list of countries that have won the most medals per capita.
Sprinter Gives Grenada Its First Medal
Grenada’s Kirani James, a 19-year-old nicknamed the Jaguar, who once starred for the University of Alabama, won the men’s 400 meters in 43.94 seconds.
City Hospitals Reach $11 Million Scholarship Deal With Medical School in Grenada
St. George’s University Medical School will offer $11 million in scholarships to New Yorkers in return for the students’ promise to work in New York City hospitals.
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