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- Larry Luxner is news editor of The Washington Diplomat and former editor of CubaNews. Born and raised in Miami and based in Bethesda, Md., since 1995, Larry has reported from every country in the Western Hemisphere. His specialty is Latin America and the Middle East, and he's written more than 2,000 articles for publications ranging from National Journal to Saudi Aramco World. Larry also runs an Internet-based stock photo agency at www.luxner.com.
Posts by Larry Luxner:
The April 16 Ecuador earthquake that devastated towns along the country’s scenic Pacific....
Photo above: Sharon Katz (center, with guitar) and members of The Peace Train’s youth....
WASHINGTON — The last vestige of the Cold War melted away Monday morning,....
Armenians protest in front of Turkish Embassy on centenary of Ottoman genocide. WASHINGTON —....
The National Museum of Crime & Punishment in Washington DC has just opened....
WASHINGTON — Rep. Tony Cárdenas, a Democrat who represents California’s 29th Congressional District,....
DUBAI — Mention Dubai, and people immediately think of soaring skyscrapers, enormous shopping....
The surprise offer arrived at 4:30 on a freezing Thursday afternoon — in....
WASHINGTON — This year’s highly publicized influx of child migrants from Central America via....
Seattle's Smith Cove Cruise Terminal, with Star Princess and Westerdam in port. (Don....