a remote highway and marched into the jungle. BOGOTA, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The Colombian army Monday urged foreign residents living in the southern province of Caqueta to seek advi.
despite the escalating violence in the Middle East country, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. State Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters that there is still a .SEE PORTFOLIO
were at the scene. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto and Mexico City mayor Miguel Nagel Mancera have arrived at the scene of the blast, local media said. Pemex, a state-run oil.READ MORE
ransparency, the U.S. Department of Treasury said on Wednesday. The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) seeks to obtain information on accounts held by U.S. taxpayers in ot.READ MORE
e how to allocate fault. The second phase will address the amount of oil that spilled. At some point during the trial or after, Barbier also is expected to determine if the disaste.READ MORE
n in 2012, letting down many who have been so far unsatisfied with the Republican field in the U.S. general elections. "Over the last few weeks, I've thought long and hard about t.READ MORE
idate Mitt Romney, described Obama as a "dishonest" person who did not keep his promises. He said he believed that Romney, who he said "has a much stronger character and backgrou.READ MORE
e irregular groups through the border," he said. Ecuador severed ties with Colombia in March 2008, after the Colombian Army carried out a raid against an illegal camp of the Revolu.READ MORE
mined to work with the countries like China, to ensure as the world embraces civilian nuclear power, all the materials are kept very safe indeed," he said. The foreign secretary al.READ MORE
sted over a compensation dispute with the government. Both PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill and the police have urged the landowners not to disrupt the event and assured that the .
ts warship. WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. government announced on Monday it has halted making financial contributions to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cul.
improving relations with the United States in 2013, but Washington should respect Bolivia's sovereignty. "The government of (President Evo) Morales wants to improve the relations w .
ver be maintained." The first LDP Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama, the grandfather of the current prime minister, was a strong supporter of bringing about the revisions. Hatoyama w.