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Black candidates make history

...voters will see three blacks on the statewide ballot for the first time in state history. A fourth black candidate, Kevin Gray, was expected to be on the ballot in a belated bid for governor. However, the State Election Commission refused to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/04/met_356483.shtml
Metro
Kent: Primary fallout; veto power; luring retirees

...own views on the GOP primary's much-ballyhooed "crossover vote." And the race issue comes into play. Listen to Kevin Gray, a black writer/political activist: "Rep. Todd Rutherford, D-Columbia, is not sophisticated enough to hold...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/20/op_283782.shtml
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'I Believe Anita Hill' observes hearing's 20th anniversary

...Bailey, an original member. "They just said 'so what?' Every one of us has our sexual harassment moment."Writer Kevin Gray said Hill showed people black women were not powerless."As a black man, I think black progressive female leadership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/2011-10-22/i-believe-anita-hill-observes-heari
Embattled flag falls from dome

...Auction Block," and one heckler shouted, "That's where you belong." The dance ended with no trouble, however. Kevin Gray, director of the Harriet Tubman Freedom House Project, had promised acts of civil disobedience that would lead to arrests...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/07/02/met_291194.shtml
Metro
Colombia outscores Bolivia

LIMA, Peru -- Defending champion Colombia beat Bolivia 1-0 on a late goal by reserve forward Edixon Perea and became the first team to reach the Copa America quarterfinals Friday.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/07/10/oth_421749.shtml
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Global warming: Temperature already rising among negotiators

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Forest fires in South Florida. Heat waves that have shattered century-old records. Even rising sea levels are being cited as proof of global warming. In December, the world community decided to try and halt the phenomenon with the landmark Kyoto agreement to curb heat-trapping greenhouse gases. Less than a year later, 166 nations will convene in Argentina's capital on Monday to hash out ways to implement the accord.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/31/tec_243457.shtml
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Global warming talks advanced

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentina offered to be the first developing nation to voluntarily cut back on greenhouse gas emissions, seeking a breakthrough Wednesday in talks to reduce global warming. President Carlos Menem opened the final phase of the U.N. conference with a promise that Argentina would seek to join industrialized nations already bound by a 1997 treaty to reduce carbon dioxide output by 2012. "Not only can highly advanced countries contribute to a new world order, but also emerging nations," Menem said. "We all have a responsibility."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/11/12/tec_244528.shtml
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Global warming: Temperature already rising among negotiators

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Forest fires in South Florida. Heat waves that have shattered century-old records. Even rising sea levels are being cited as proof of global warming. In December, the world community decided to try and halt the phenomenon with the landmark Kyoto agreement to curb heat-trapping greenhouse gases. Less than a year later, 166 nations will convene in Argentina's capital on Monday to hash out ways to implement the accord.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/30/tec_243361.shtml
XXX Technology
Monsanto halts sales of soybean seeds in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- U.S. agricultural giant Monsanto Co. will temporarily halt sales of genetically modified soybean seeds in Argentina because of widespread piracy, a spokesman for the company said Monday.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/01/20/bus_401638.shtml
Business
Maradona expected to be hospitalized for some time

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Diego Maradona is expected to be hospitalized for some time, with doctors saying Tuesday his condition remained "delicate."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/21/oth_412956.shtml
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