ancial district of Silom on Thursday night. The U.S. State Department on Tuesday issued travel alert to U.S. citizens traveling to and residing in Thailand, due to the ongoing dem.
d Fernando Sarinana Marquez, the channel's director general immediately ahead of the announcement. The IPN, a state-run university based in the north of Mexico City, set up Canal .SEE PORTFOLIO
y 11 in portions of eastern Ukraine by armed separatist groups are illegal under Ukrainian law and are an attempt to create further division and disorder," State Department spoke.READ MORE
made separate phone calls on Thursday to leaders of France, Britain and Italy. U.S. State Department spokesman Philip Crowley said on Thursday that the United States was expectin.READ MORE
ntified as Jose Guzman and his three- year-old son. Some of the injured were airlifted by military helicopter to Arauca city, near Colombia's border with Venezuela, for treatment. .READ MORE
zed his opposition during the phone call, saying it doesn't have any qualified candidates to run against him and is disorganized and has no campaign plan. With five months remaini.READ MORE
ilian elections RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's handpicked successor, Dilma Rousseff, on Friday announced her departure from th.READ MORE
renditions, and the decision to not share terrorism related intelligence. This latest classified memo didn't offer eye-popping revelation such as those provided by nearly 77,000 .READ MORE
ados noted. Chinese investment in Colombia reached a total of 15.6 million U.S. dollars from 2000 to 2011, the 38th largest foreign investment in the South American country, said .READ MORE
s. He was released in 2007 due to a petition from France asking him to work as a mediator for the release of Ingrid Betancourt, a former Colombian presidential candidate with dual .
nist Party of Cuba started Saturday afternoon. The congress was expected to set new political and economic goals for the island country. In 1961 a CIA-backed force of Cuban exiles .
rom the five hostages still being held by the ELN, at least 22 military and police personnel are in the hands of another guerilla group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia .
nvestigations, at least two of the 35 people were prisoners who escaped from local prisons on Monday. The victims, which included 12 women and 23 men, were left by unidentified gu.