suffering from cancer. Bush, who is accompanied by his wife Laura, is expected to provide 50, 000 U.S. dollars to upgrade a facility at Zambia's highest referral hospital -- the .
he country's farmers and fledgling biofuels industry. The government already requires an average of 5 percent renewable content, usually ethanol made from corn, in gasoline. The gov.
ilma Rousseff's two-day visit to the African country in February. Related: Nigeria, Brazil sign MoU on trade, investment ABUJA, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- Nigeria and Brazil on Tuesday si.
by sanitation workers to clean the debris of the park. New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that about 200 protesters were arrested - 142 in the park, and 50 to 60 in surro.
ity Brasilia on Saturday morning, and will meet with Rousseff and business leaders. On Sunday, he will make a public speech in Rio, and visit the Christ Redeemer monument and a lo.
dollars into highway and transit programs. (Xinhua/Zhang Jun) WASHINGTON, March 18 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday signed into law the Hire Act, a bill that a.
spokesman for the U.S. delegation, the U.S. side renewed their protest because the 61-year-old contractor Alan Gross, detained since Dec. 3, 2009, was accused by Havana of spying. .
f the 252 passengers and 18 crew members aboard, 17 people were whisked to hospitals, and only one was critically injured and experienced chest pains, Sadik-Khan said, adding that.
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There’s a point when you’re done simplifying. Otherwise, things get really complicated.
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ry of armed interventions," said Cohn. "Unfortunately throughout U.S. history, the United States governments and military see military force as a first resort rather than a last .
HINGTON, July 28 (Xinhua) -- BP Plc is making drastic moves, including replacing its gaffe-prone chief executive, to recover from the disastrous Gulf of Mexico oil spill and rejuv.