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to raise the issue of Canadians currently being detained in Cuba, Canadian Minister of State of Foreign Affairs Peter Kent said Wednesday. In a statement, Kent said Canada is conce.SEE PORTFOLIO
ve stamps in the U.S. Postal Service's second Celebrating Lunar New Year series, which began in 2008 with the Year of the Rat. This year's dragon stamp depicts a colorful dragon a.READ MORE
are what is best for the country, neither of us is likely to convince the other in a manner that results in the full implementation of those policies," House Speaker John Boehne.READ MORE
the parliament passed the Homeland Plan 2013-2019, a program originally presented by Chavez in 2012 and ratified by Maduro to guide the development of the country in the next six.READ MORE
talks. Sanctions on DPRK "exist for a very good reason: because North Korea consistently has failed to live up to its international obligations," said department spokesman Philip.READ MORE
heir immigration status if there is suspicion that they may be in the country illegally. The law also makes illegal stay in the United States a state crime. Full story L.A. mayor s.READ MORE
said in a forecast that the Android operating system will own 49.2 percent of the global smartphone market and Apple's iOS will have an 18.9-percent share in the second place. SAN.READ MORE
t of Santa Cruz Friday presented a plan to detect and contain any case of Ebola at airports throughout the country. The Departmental Health Service (Sedes) said the plan would dete.READ MORE
armed conflicts. "I will take this opportunity to send the illegal groups a clear message: If they really want peace, as all Colombians want, they have to start taking steps such a.
Warren Buffett told shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway on Tuesday that he has prostate cancer but "feels great" and will continue to run the conglomerate during treatments. Shar.
de Commission estimated that the tariff cuts alone in the U.S.-ROK trade agreement would increase exports of American goods by 10 billion U.S. dollars to 11 billion dollars, whic .
r, with oil workers calling for better working conditions and pay. High Presidential Advisor for Public Safety Francisco Lloreda said the protests might have been rekindled by the .