of you," Correa told a crowd of excited supporters. Born in Guayaquil, Ecuador's second largest city, in 1963, Correa is a U.S.-trained economist who also speaks French, English
made the threat in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. In response to the threat, Villaraigosa's press office issued a statement, saying the mayor is "strongly beh.
ntries also agreed to establish regional centers to develop technology and investigate climate change as well as sustainable development, Calderon said. The conference also agreed.
rrests and harassment of protesters and political activists, and repression of democratic change, overseen and executed by numerous elements of the Syrian government." Under his o.
telligence Agency (CIA). TRUSTED ALLY At a formal announcement event at the White House, Obama called Hagel "the leader our troops deserve," and urged the Senate to move quickly on.
y- based economies of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Related: Oil from BP spill may be more toxic than previously believed BEIJING, Aug. 20 (Xinhuanet) -- University of South Florida's recent.Read more
rom "the long terrorist campaign," for which some Cuban immigrants were responsible. "Now things have changed a lot," Alarcon said, adding that "nearly half a million Cubans livin.
stdoctoral researcher under the late Herbert C. Brown, who won the Nobel Prize in 1979. Negishi is the third Purdue professor to win a Nobel Prize and one of two of Brown's studen.