, began when gangsters sealed the Zitacuaro-Toluca Highway and the Zitacuaro-Ciudad Hidalgo Highway. There were two separate clashes, at each of the barricades, which were made of.
ers, two volunteer firefighters, two members of the Civil Defense and Emergency Guard forces, and one person who has yet to be identified, Argentine Security Secretary Sergio Bern.SEE PORTFOLIO
June 27 (Xinhua) -- The Colombian government on Sunday offered a reward of 51,000 U.S. dollars for anyone with information that can lead to the capture of the gunmen who attacked.READ MORE
mander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan in July. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates recently defended Obama's Afghan strategy, saying he believed the strategy was sound and he had n.READ MORE
ng, we will have concrete improvement in public security." "We can make a safer Confederations Cup, World Cup and Olympic Games, and we will leave a great legacy to the population:.READ MORE
bout our product pipeline," he said in a statement. The fourth quarter is Apple's second best quarter ever, which is just short of last quarter's record 28.5 billion dollars in rev.READ MORE
hs -- an initiative implemented by her predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Rousseff's foreign policies are expected to follow the guidelines of Lula's government, which encourag.READ MORE
in principle to work toward further cuts. Obama also sees the treaty as the centerpiece of his efforts to reset relations with Russia, and has delayed his holiday vacation to guid.READ MORE
y. Thousands of panda lovers woke up bright and early in the morning to beat the crowds and get a glimpse of Er Shun and Da Mao. By Saturday noon, there were already long queues s.READ MORE
ense partnership with Peru that strengthens our ties and contribute to hemispheric stability and security," he said following a signing ceremony held in the Parliament building. P.
. "We are all victims as Americans," he added. Supporters also include Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who said the center will create a cross-cultural dialogue and the freedom of religi.
El Tiempo newspaper, Pinzon said "the Colombian people can rest assured that neither the president (Juan Manuel Santos) nor I, nor the armed forces will lower our resolve to fig .
rced departure of Lugo as a coup, in an outcry that reverberated in Cuba, Ecuador and other countries in the region. The Paraguayan Senate on Friday voted in favor of impeaching Lu.