A group of Arab nationalists has confronted the U.N.
Shin Chang-seon seems to know everyone in Gapyeong, a small town about 45 miles northeast of Seoul. The 58-year-old president of the local beef association was once the village chief here; he now has a cattle farm with just over 100 cows.
Li Li has lost exact count of how many men she has bedded, but she knows the number is far above 100. “I don’t keep statistics,” says the former journalist, 27
Anyone scanning recent business headlines in China would not recognise the country where people supposedly save and never spend. In September, China Mobile’s customer base crossed the half billion mark — a powerful symbol of the awesome size of the Chinese consumer market
President Obama will visit New Orleans on Thursday for the first time since taking office, to address rebuilding efforts in the city ravaged by Hurricane Katrina four years ago.
He’s the other hero.
Investigators are looking for about a dozen more people in connection with a wide-ranging terror investigation that has already netted arrests in Colorado and New York City, a source familiar with the investigation said Tuesday. Federal agents arrested three men late Saturday in connection with what the Justice Department has said was a plot to detonate bombs in the United States
The incessant banging on the door finally roused Ted Jackson from a deep sleep. He hustled out of bed and rushed to the door
An estimated 150,000 people live in Complexo do Alemao, where armed groups fight for turf, and fighting between police forces and ruling groups leave thousands of people trapped by violence.
Brazil has confirmed 657 fatalities caused by the H1N1 flu, the highest number of deaths in the world, the nation’s Health Ministry said. There are no private or public health facilities inside Alemao and not even government ambulances enter