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Catalan police officers clash with pro independence demonstrators on their way to meet demonstrations by members and supporters of National Police and Guardia Civil in Barcelona on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. AP

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Catalan separatists clashed with police on Saturday in downtown Barcelona, with two arrests being made, as tensions increase before the anniversary of the Spanish region's illegal referendum on secession that ended in violent raids by security forces. Separatists tossed and sprayed colored

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The Bahamas Bowling Federation national women’s team in the Dominican Republic. BBF

The Bahamas Bowling Federation (BBF) national women’s team is currently battling against the top countries in the Pan-American Bowling Confederation (PABCON) Women’s Championships  at the Sebelen Bowling Center in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. They are having a tough time on the lanes despite bowling above their average.

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“Who the Hell Do I Think I Am?” (2012), Margot Bethel, mixed media on plywood with burnt engraving, 14 x 14. Part of the D’Aguilar Art Foundation Collection.

Writer, artist, craftswoman, gallerist, designer, filmmaker, potcake lover and any other number of titles and markers possible. How do we begin to identify ourselves? Artist is a simple enough term, easily applicable to whoever might be involved. But when we get into craftsman or craftswoman,

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Public in attendance at the recently held “The Future of Democracy” conference which took place at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas on September 24 and 25, 2018.

This week, a team from the University of The Bahamas schools of Communications and Creative Arts, English and Social Sciences partnered with members of Organization for Responsible Governance, Hands for Hunger, and the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) to put on “The Future

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Former Progressive Liberal Party Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson arrives at the Supreme Court yesterday. Ahvia J. Campbell

A Supreme Court judge yesterday banned the media and public from further commentary on the Shane Gibson bribery case. Justice Indra Charles’ gag order is in response to a series of documents that have been published on social media in relation to the former labor minister’s

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