resident Jimmy Carter speaks during an interview with Reuters in Juba, south Sudan April 13, 2010.? (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo) WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (Xinhua) -- Former U.S. presiden.
unt to 180 million U.S. dollars. The casualties are expected to rise steadily in the wake of the disaster caused by the El Nino weather phenomenon, officials said. A state of emerg.SEE PORTFOLIO
d impacts felt in central and southern Mexico. The quake was the strongest in the country since the 1985 when an 8.1-magnitudes tremor killed more than 10,000 people. Mexico has su.READ MORE
ms were undergoing medical procedures and two others were considered stable. More than 80 employees of the company have been taken in small groups to a nearby community center for .READ MORE
d U.S. government scientists should have accurate data on how much oil is leaking, according to Allen. U.S. government scientists have estimated 35,000 to 60,000 barrels of oil ar.READ MORE
roposal was supported by Youri Latortue, president of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who stressed the need to establish a timetable for the departure of the UN Stabilization Mis.READ MORE
. The MINUSTAH troops are made up of troops from Latin American countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. The peacekeep.READ MORE
s jailed in Colombian prisons. However, in a letter to Cordoba on Wednesday, the guerrilla group announced that they would turn over five people to her -- three officials of the P.READ MORE
a since airstrikes by a coalition of Western countries began. Before, they had only escorted other nations' planes. Four CF-18 fighter jets, supported by two CC-150 air-to-air refu.READ MORE
tly from the quake and 610,000 people are being accommodated in some 500 refugee centers. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) -- The quake-devastated Haitian capital Port-au-Prince h.
Bernanke WASHINGTON, July 13 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. central bank is poised to provide additional stimulus efforts if the U.S. economy remains sluggish, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben B.
people, including an Ecuadorian and four Mexican students. Santos was defense minister at that time. Ecuador cut its ties with Colombia after Colombian military attacked a camp of .
nd the New York Times were the top winners of the prestigious Pulitzer prizes in 2010, which were announced by Columbia University in New York on Monday. The four Pulitzers receiv.