erving as mercenaries of Washington. Cuba has insisted on the release of the five and the end of the 48-year U.S. trade and economic embargo if Washington wants to improve its rela.
akes him the fifth member of Harper's cabinet to leave amid controversy. Last year, Bev Oda resigned as minister of international co-operation and an MP after months of controvers.SEE PORTFOLIO
ordered 350 billion dollars of baseline defense cuts in 10 years, which the Pentagon said it is prepared to implement. But the deal also included a sequestration mechanism which.READ MORE
n the plane flying Bolivia's president out of Europe, after the plane was diverted on suspicions it was carrying both men. In a televised announcement, the minister said "we don't .READ MORE
shington that isn't listening, doesn't get it, and doesn't care," House Minority Leader John Boehner said as Republican leaders released their "A Pledge to America," a 21-page do.READ MORE
tudents aboard. Some students came from Argentina's Naval Military School and others were from Uruguay and Chile. The move to embargo the ship was sparked by a claim by creditor NM.READ MORE
the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). According to the census carried out from Aug. 1 to Oct. 31, 84 percent of Brazilians live in urban areas, from 81 percen.READ MORE
arrival. It was Obama's first tour to Afghanistan after he took the presidency in January 2009. He paid a visit there as a senator and a presidential candidate in 2008. .READ MORE
ere arrested Friday in an operation held by the army and police. A Defense Ministry statement posted in its web site said that in the operation, codenamed "Jerico 2," the armed fo.READ MORE
Ansari in the twin explosions that rocked the southern suburbs of Beirut Tuesday morning. Lebanese Caretaker health minister Ali Hassan Khalil said that the toll from the blast r.
he Union Pacific website. Union Pacific also responded at the scene. The passengers will be on their way to Chicago soon, said Amtrak. "As soon as the train and the track are relea.
economic growth policies," said Funes. Obama's reply, he said, is "positive." Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina stressed the need for an open dialogue about the legalization o .
ospitals, but by Friday all the public hospitals in the city joined the strike. "There is a social decompositions which puts on risk the life of the professionals and workers in th.