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The U.S. Aging Population as an Economic Growth Driver for Global Competitiveness (Audio)

Joseph Coughlin and Kelly Michel discuss how a healthy and active aging population can contribute to economic growth, and the public policy reform, new business strategies, and profound shifts in views on aging necessary

44 killed in Mexican prison melee

At least 44 people died during a prison riot in northern Mexico on Sunday that could have been a cover for a breakout, a security official said.

Prison fight leaves 44 dead

A fight between rival gangs at an overcrowded prison on the outskirts of the northern Mexican manufacturing city of Monterrey left at least 44 dead yesterday, authorities said.

Gallery: Rio Carnival in full swing

Rio de Janeiro’s four days of pre-Lent festivities hit their peak last night as hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the Brazilian city to watch dazzling dancers in the  infamous Samba Parade.

Inside the "Pirates of Somalia"

CNN’s Erin Burnett interviews Jay Bahadur, author of “Pirates of Somalia” on the rescue of two Americans held by pirates.

Bomb Explodes Outside Church in Central Nigeria (VOA News)

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FIR filed against Rahul for flouting roadshow rules

Congress star campaigner Rahul Gandhi was slapped with a case on Monday for flouting restrictions on his six-hour road show in Kanpur on Sunday.

Imperfect Election Marks Start of Yemen’s Transition

Yemenis go to the polls Tuesday in an uncontested presidential election that is part of a negotiated end to the decades-long rule of President Ali…

War artist Ben Quilty speaks about Afghanistan

Since the second World War, Australia has been sending artists into war zones so they can document the lives of Australian troops on the frontline.

Polish man found in mountains is Iraq war veteran

A man found with severe frostbite in subzero temperatures in the southern Polish mountains was being taken to a military hospital on Friday after his family identified him as a veteran of the Iraq war.

The Week That Changed the World

Forty years later, Leslie H. Gelb and Winston Lord reflect on Nixon’s triumphant summit in China.

Somali Leaders Sign Deal on Transitional Government

Following a conference over the weekend, leaders in Somalia have agreed to form a new elected government.

Putin vows to boost Russian army ahead of vote

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Monday Russia had launched “unprecedented” steps to boost the army as he played up his strongman credentials ahead of March 4 presidential polls

China paper accuses West of stirring Syria unrest

Western support for Syrian rebels could trigger civil war in the violence-hit nation, an influential Chinese newspaper said, as it defended Beijing’s decision to veto a UN resolution.

Morocco arrests 3 including a Danish national suspected of plotting attacks

RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Moroccan police have arrested three suspects accused of planning to carry out attacks on the security of the state.

Algeria 'finds cache of missiles near Libya border'

Algeria has uncovered a large cache of weapons believed to originate from Libya, including dozens of shoulder-launched missiles that can be used to shoot down airliners, newspapers said Monday.

Torn between factions, Lebanon a potential powder keg as neighbor Syria descends into chaos

BEIRUT (AP) — The tensions between the two neighborhoods were building for days in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. On one side live Sunni Muslims who hate the Syrian regime. On the hill above

Alert On Possible Epidemic After Honduras Prison Fire

TEGUCIGALPA, CUBA, Feb 20 (BERNAMA-NNN- PRENSA LATINA) – Prisoner survivors of the fire at the Farm Prison of Comayagua, Honduras, are now at risk of an epidemic due to the lack of cleanliness in the place

Egypt to accept $2.97 billion IMF loan

EGYPT’S finance minister said his government will sign a memorandum of understanding with the International Monetary Fund in March for a previously spurned $US3.2 billion ($2.97 billion)

Turkish criminal gangs are ruling over the streets in the UK

Turkish criminal gangs are ruling over the streets in the UK, controlling much of the drug market in Germany, as well as providing political influence in the Netherlands. Turkish mafia

Dr Johan Franzén: The Fallacy of the Arab Spring

There was no Arab Spring – nor is there necessarily an Islamist Winter. Ongoing events in Syria, and recently across the Middle East, are the last in a long historic process of protest, opposition and revolution. But the outcome will not be democracy as we know it in the West. …

Iran is not Our Enemy! Let’s Stop this War Insanity!

Everybody “knows” that Iran is thinking of developing nuclear weapons, but no one seems to have solid information to back it up. Okay, they’ve been enriching uranium to 20%. That’s pure enough for use in hospitals and medical…

Showdown in Syria

The architects of the Libyan disaster in France, the UK, the United States and Qatar have decided that Syria is the next step in replacing dictators with Muslim Brotherhood allied “democratic” …

Words Don’t Mean What They Mean

In the Movie Tootsie, The character played by Dustin Hoffman is disguised as a woman and is speaking to a beautiful young actress played by Jessica Lange. During a session of late-night girl talk, Lange’s character says, “You know what I wish? That a guy could be honest …

Three Extremely Costly False Flags

Proof Israel Did 9/11 (Video: CIA Asset Susan Lindauer Speaks 10 years after 9-11) False-flag #1 was 9/11 – its upfront cost being 3,000 lives and billions of dollars in commercial losses. Losses continue to pile up on a massive scale, both in lives (mostly civilian) estimated to be well past a mill …

7 Billion: How Did We Get So Big So Fast?

In 1804, the world population stood at 1 billion. Today, it’s more or less 7 billion. How did the population grow so big in 200 years? With the better medicine and agriculture practices improved, more people began living long

Afghanistan – A Hard Truth – By Melissa Garrison

This article was written by Melissa Garrison who at the time this was submitted to me a year ago a grade twelve student whos brother was serving with the …

NATO's Double Game In Libya Under UN Cover Revealed « Stop …

NATO double game in Libya under UN cover revealed. Suitcase size drones played decisive role. Akhtar Jamal. Islamabad: A Canadian newspaper has revealed an account of NATO’s double-game in Libya and disclosed …

Open Your Eyes News » UN: Production of Afghan heroin jumps by …

Last year, levels increased by 61 percent, with more than 90 percent of heroin found on British streets being traced back to opiates cultivated in Afghanistan , according to UN figures. The UN figures make grim reading for …

Cold winter kills at least 40 in Afghanistan

More than 40 people, most of them children, have frozen to death in what has been Afghanistan’s coldest winter in years, an Afghan health official said

General : JPJ Transformation Programme Nation Wide In April

ALOR SETAR, Feb 20 (Bernama) — The Road Transport Department’s (JPJ) Transformation Programme or JTP which was started in mid-2010 is expected to be implemented nation wide this April.

Early polls can be held only after amending the constitution: Nasheed

Kulhudhufushi MP Mohamed Nasheed has said that early presidential elections can only held after amending the constitution. In an interview to DhiTV, the famous lawyer said that the constitution is very clear about the five-year term of presidency. He said that there …

Strike unjustifiable in medical sector: Supreme Court

Supreme Court (SC) Lahore Registry Monday heard suo motu case regarding the strike by the doctors; the court also took notice of the situation regarding the medicines in markets. A three-judge bench comprising Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jilani, Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Mian Saqib Nisar …

Resolutions condemn US Balochistan bill

 The lawmakers of Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) and Muslim League- Q have submitted two separate resolutions in Punjab Assembly condemning a resolution on Balochistan in US Congress. Zimurrad Yasmeen, a PML-N…

Victims of human trafficking from Baguio hope to move on, recover from injustice

By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO “I would like to start all over again. I want to go back to school and become a nurse.” – one of the victims

Ilocos Sur students celebrate Valentine’s by fighting for rights

By JOAN GARCIA Bulatlat.com As couples around the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, students from Ilocos Sur led by the National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP)- Ilocos Sur, Anakbayan- Ilocos…

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