ch includes the Gulf. USS Abraham Lincoln is in the north Arabian Sea, which is not the Gulf region itself, while USS Enterprise is transiting the Gulf of Aden. The Enterprise arri.
escalated the war, he's expanded the wars," John Beacham, Chicago coordinator of the anti-war group ANSWER, said in an earlier interview with Xinhua. "We are protesting the war, b.SEE PORTFOLIO
cluded from the global trade organization. WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama congratulated Saudi King Abdullah and the Saudi people Friday on the selecti.READ MORE
countries. On Wednesday, 15,093 delegates to Cuba's 169 municipal assemblies were sworn into office after being elected in the elections running from April 25 to May 2. More than .READ MORE
onstant contact with their Egyptian and Israeli counterparts since the violence of September 9," said Nuland, adding Clinton expressed the U.S. "deep concern" over the incident. "S.READ MORE
tes agreed at their Nov. 19-20 summit that they will start reducing troop levels in Afghanistan next year and hand over control of security to the Afghans in 2014. The two leaders.READ MORE
ll that has caused the worst oil spill in U.S. history, its chief operating officer Doug Suttles said on May 29, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo) WASHINGTON, May 30 (Xinhua) -- The Gu.READ MORE
asily compatible with the other systems, according to the White House. "These changes ... will create an export control system that is more effective, transparent and predictable .READ MORE
he new crop. Soybean traders had mixed ideas of the weather, as they seemed uncertain whether forecasted rains would be heavy enough to counter recent dryness concerns. SINGAPORE,.READ MORE
niversity of Southern California (USC). It is estimated that the total property damage and business interruption costs of the massive rainstorm would be nearly one trillion dollar.
he "democratic discipline" of the Bolivian people during the elections since the absence rate was reduced to less than 5 percent from 25 percent five years ago. The record-high LA P.
a 24.4-billion-U.S.-dollar buyout to go private, which will allow its founder Michael Dell and his management team to rebuild a company suffering from slumping sales. Dell said it .
compared this crisis with the Great Depression of last century, and stressed that "by what we learned in recent years, a major economic depression has been avoided, but there was.