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Research and Markets: Asia Metals, Minerals and Steel Directory 2012: Comprehensively Researched and Prepared

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Asia Metals, Minerals and Steel Directory 2012″ direct

TM Forum Commits to Solving Service Provider Business Challenges in Asia

TM Forum today reaffirmed its commitment to solving new challenges faced by service providers in Asia by opening the doors to its largest Management World Asia conference to date with a record-breaking number of attendees and service provider leaders participating.

South Africa's close ties to Iran under scrutiny

The West’s increasing pressure on Iran has meant scrutiny for South African businesses that operate in the Middle Eastern nation accused of having nuclear ambitions.South African-Iranian political ties …

Los Angeles Times Travel Show Hits 21% Increase in Attendance

The Los Angeles Times’ 14th-annual Travel Show and inaugural industry conference, January 27-29, convened more than 24,300 celebrity speakers, travel professionals, industry leaders, members of the media and consumers at the L.A.

Washington's Top Two Youth Volunteers Selected in 17th Annual National Awards Program

Jesse Sheldon, 17, of Spokane Valley and Skyler Lee, 12, of Longview today were named Washington’s top two youth volunteers for 2012 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people

Spain mourns death of Catalan painter, sculptor Antoni Tapies, top contemporary art figure

MADRID – Catalan painter and sculptor Antoni Tapies, one of the world’s top contemporary art figures, has died. He was 88.

Slovakia's News Pay Wall Gets A Little Higher

The content payment system which signed up many of Slovakia’s leading publishers in 2011 is now adding two more.

"Political And Economic Stability In Russia Will Attract Foreign Investment" Claims Institute

ROME, February 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –Konstantin Zavinovsky of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences, has said that relative economic growth in Russia in recent years …

Pakistan Whale Shark's Death a Mystery

Video of a dead whale shark being pulled from the sea off of Pakistan raises more questions about the school-bus-size fish’s demise than it answers, scientists say.

Candidacy tests Mexico's culture of machismo

Mexico’s conservative ruling party is gambling that this country known for machismo is ready for a female president and have chosen a devout Roman Catholic and popular former congresswoman who says she sympathizes with the causes of the poor.

Peter Chianca: Newspaper flicks worth stopping the presses for

Reporters and editors have been characters in movies for as long as there have been movies, and for a good reason: because most screenwriters are disgruntled former reporters.

Spanish artist Tapies dies at 88: foundation

Avant-garde Spanish painter and sculptor Antoni Tapies, one of the biggest names in European contemporary art, died in Barcelona on Monday aged 88, his art foundation said.

Catalan Painter Antoni Tapies Dies At 88 Years Old

Antoni Tapies passed away last night according to his family members. He was 88 years old and had been in bad health for some time. Tapies was hugely influential to European Abstract art;

Bombardier shares rise on report of China deal

(Reuters) – Shares of Bombardier rose more than 3 percent on Tuesday boosted by a newspaper report that it was poised to sign a deal that could give the Canadian planemaker deeper access to China’s fast-growing aviation market. Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper said on Tuesday that …

China to publish sensitive wealth gap data

Chinese state media say the government plans to conduct a nationwide income survey to help it calculate a politically sensitive measure of wealth inequality.The China Daily newspaper on Tuesday quoted …

Canada PM Harper in China for trade talks

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper told Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday during a four-day visit to China that diversifying his country’s markets was a “key priority”.

Times editor apologises for email hacking

The editor of The Times has apologised to a blog-writing detective who was unmasked by a former reporter of the newspaper who allegedly hacked his email.

Argentina to complain to UN over Falklands

Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner on Tuesday slammed Britain for its “militarization” of their conflict over the Falklands, saying she would lodge a formal complaint with the United Nations.

South Africa rules out nationalising key mining industry

South Africa on Tuesday ruled out nationalising its key mining industry in a reassurance to jittery investors and a blow to those in the ruling ANC calling for a

Opponents: Congress went too far in Obama healthcare law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congress went beyond its powers by requiring Americans to buy insurance under President Barack Obama’s sweeping healthcare overhaul, opponents told the Supreme Court on Monday in arguing the law’s centerpiece provision should be struck down. In separate written briefs, 26 states and …

Government Executive Continues Surge With Re-Launch of #1 Federal Web Site

WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Government Executive Media Group announced today that the next generation of its GovExec.com web site — the #1 federal web site visited by federal managers(1) …

Qatar, UAE and Norway hold key to UK bonuses

David Cameron today hears from business leaders dismayed at Westminster’s anti-business rhetoric.

The UK's global success story is already evident, if politicians would only look

David Cameron has heard from business leaders dismayed at Westminster’s anti-business rhetoric. On Tuesday that rhetoric will ratchet up once more when MPs are invited to vent their ire over pay and bonuses …

Research and Markets: Arab Spring and its Impact on Economies in the Middle East and North Africa: a Detailed Report

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “The Arabian Spring and its Impact on MENA Economies”

Syria 'very different' from Libya: US Senator Kerry

US Senator John Kerry said Tuesday that the crisis in Syria was “very different” from events that led to NATO-led strikes in Libya and called for a new push to get Russia and China to back UN action.

What happens when troops – and money – leave Afghanistan?

After three decades of conflict, Afghanistan has a complicated relationship with war.

Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb: 14 By 14, A Biblical Emissions Mandate: 14 (Percent Reduction) By (20)14

We should let our workers rest from their labors; and the Earth should be allowed to rest, too. Social, spiritual and ecological sustainability intertwine. Read more: Energy , Covenant , Carbon , Religion , Environmental , Leviticus , Climate , Bible , Sabbatical , Environment , Coejl , Greenhouse , Torah , Jewish , Rabbi , Green Faith , Religion News

Greens aim to amend nuclear waste bill

The Australian Greens will try to amend proposed laws to establish a nuclear waste dump at Muckaty Station in the Northern Territory. Greens Senator Scott Ludlam says Federal Parliament should not deal with the issue until after the outcome of a…

Embargo On Cuba Turns 50

HAVANA — When it started, American teenagers were doing “The Twist.” The United States had yet to put a man into orbit around the Earth. And a first-class U.S. postage stamp cost 4 cents…

Syria UN Resolution: Russia, China Veto UN Resolution

US will stop vetoing resolutions condeming Israel for assinations, cluster bombings, fire bombings, territorial expansionism, apartheid walls, refusal to abide by UN Resolution 242 , by not vetoing Palestinian Statehood

Corruption in America is Killing Her…and Us| The Post & Email …

Agenda 21, the UN Small Arms Treaty , the appointment of Muslim judges to major courts by the likes of would-be “conservative” heroes like Chris Christie. Oh, sure, there are still gems to be added to their crowning glory, but …

Swiss risk deflation if euro crisis worsens: Jordan

The Swiss National Bank fears that an escalation of the euro zone’s debt crisis could prompt deflation, Thomas Jordan said in his first speech since becoming interim chairman of the central bank, stressing …

Greece's Dithering Is Hurting Everyone

Fears that Greece won’t accept a new bailout deal are having a chilling ripple effect from Greece to Western Europe to the United States. Political leaders of the debt-ridden country have yet to accept deeply unpopular reductions in …

French trade deficit hit a record high in 2011: minister

France suffered a record 69.6 billion euro ($91.3 billion) trade deficit last year, junior minister for trade Pierre Lellouche said in a newspaper interview, published on Tuesday.

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Greece, Gas, Glenstrata

Shoppers reverted to a bunker mentality over the new year, according to gloomy sales figures that quash any hope of consumers pulling the economy clear of a double-dip recession. Till receipts in January …

Grupo Dutriz Selects Digital Technology for Audience Engagement

New digital ad and circulation solutions drive future for Central American publisher.Springville, UT (PRWEB) February 07, 2012 Grupo Dutriz, the multimedia news group in El Salvador, has signed an agreement with Digital Technology International (DTI™) to …

Egypt army urges swift move to presidential election

CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s military leadership called for a swift move to a presidential election on Monday and security forces sealed off the Interior Ministry in Cairo from stone-throwing protesters clashing with riot police for a fifth day. …

Egypt presidential race to open mid-March

Candidates for Egypt’s first presidential election since the ouster of veteran leader Hosni Mubarak can start registering from March 10, a month earlier than expected, the head of the elections committee said on Monday.

China says Tibet facing "urgent" task to maintain stability

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s mountainous region of Tibet is facing an urgent task to maintain stability and all government workers must be on their highest guard ahead…

Chief army defector promises fight to free Syria

The commander of rebel Syrian soldiers said Sunday there is no choice but to use military force to drive President Bashar Assad’s regime from power as fears mounted that government troops will escalate their deadly crackdown on dissent after Russia and China vetoed a U.N. resolution aimed at …

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