astern Newfoundland and Labrador Province as of Tuesday morning to close roads, shut down highway traffic and put some coastal communities at risk. Igor, which is now expected to.
and top. However, officials said the process of switching caps, which was approved by the U.S. spill commander Thad Allen Friday, would leave the oil gushing unrestrained in the Gu.SEE PORTFOLIO
of the 196,229 miles of pipeline in Havana is in very poor condition, leading to the loss of 60 percent of the water pumped from reservoirs, while another 16 percent is squander.READ MORE
President Diosdado Cabello, Oil and Mining Minister Rafael Ramirez, and Attorney General Cilia Flores. The latest official report on Chavez's condition, announced on Sunday, said .READ MORE
building materials to the community. FLOOD, TORNADO AND JOB CUTS While the election campaign was well underway, residents of the Richilieu River valley, southeast of Montreal, battl.READ MORE
ts was down for the second year in a row, dropping by 7 percent in 2010/2011, according to figures released Monday by Statistics Canada. Youth courts in Canada completed about 52,9.READ MORE
l budget deficit in history, according to a Treasury Department statement released Monday. Full story U.S. budget deficit to top record 1.56 trillion dollars in fiscal year 2010 W.READ MORE
elet leading presidential election in Chile with 46.69 percent SANTIAGO, Nov. 17 (Xinhua) -- Chile's opposition candidate Michelle Bachelet was leading Sunday's presidential elect.READ MORE
e who are attacking you only have to be lucky just once .. . . I think we're safer, but we're not yet safe," he said. "We' re still vulnerable to concerted efforts to launch atta.READ MORE
intain and operate the vessel. Fernandez has criticized NML Capital and said recently that the creditors could not be allowed to interfere with the country's sovereignty. "As long a.
ty, the Geneva-based humanitarian agency said in a statement. Access to shelter, sanitation, clean water, food and medical care remains extremely limited, according to Riccardo Co.
d a reward of 200 million Colombian pesos (about 105,000 U.S. dollars) for the arrest of Cantillo, who was also a former member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia guer .
the Museum of the Revolution, after being kept in the Military Academy for "at least seven days so that people can see it." He did not rule out the possibility of changing laws so.