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"Continental-trade" suggests North Korea's belligerence is a symptom of declining Western power.
"EurasiaTrade" takes a look at the corner the UK is being pushed into.
"Guardian-Inter.com" says that China's monetary policy decisions seem more justifiable than those of the US.
"EurasiaTrade" suggests that China's reluctance to revalue the renminbi stems from US monetary policy.
As part of its directive to develop the archaeological tourism sector and increase awareness about the need to preserve the country's heritage, the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities (NCTA) is organising a workshop entitled "Registering cultural and natural sites on the World Heritage List" starting tomorrow (November 3rd).
The importance of communication and cooperation among regional tourism bodies was stressed as one of the most important means to boost the development of tourism in the GCC region. This was underlined at the 9th meeting of the Tourism Cooperation Commission of the GCC, which was held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia recently.
As State, Local and Military Tactical Teams are growing and combining efforts, it becomes necessary to share and collaborate with communications and data. Mission Critical SWAT allows agencies to do just that. Receiving the NTOA seal of approval means that this product has been tested in the field.
A delegation from the Republic of Mauritius visited Dubai Airport Freezone to seek cooperation and assistance with a planned 72 hectares air cargo logistics centre.
"Guardian-Inter.com" says that the US is stepping up its campaign of rhetoric over China's renminbi.
Cameroon, "Africa in miniature" is setting new goals for its future. It has set goals for itself to revive its economic condition and improve the living standard of its people. According to the Reuter's poll, Cameroon's economic growth will accelerate by 2.9% this year and 4 percent next year.
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association announced that it will hold its second, "Justice for Hero Special Will Clark" rally on October 13th, 2010, in front of the Hall of States building.
The bulletin which can be easily accessed via the Freezone Website contains the latest news of the developments in the Freezone and investors within its vicinity.
Connor Vlakancic, Independent Nonpartisan Patriot, today launched his 11th hour campaign as a write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate from California seat being contested by Barbara Boxer (D) and Carly Fiorina (R).
Tony Blair Book Review Site Launched by Palace Publishing Group - Submit Your Reviews of "A Journey" by Tony Blair
"A Journey", the controversial Tony Blair book has created many a debate since its launch on 1st September. To satisfy the demand for readers, Palace Publishing Group decided to launch an interactive website devoted to "A Journey" by Tony Blair.
Sheikh Saeed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum hands over gold award to Dubai Airport Freezone representative...
IIMSAM Middle East Director & Goodwill Ambassador Dr. Naseer Homoud urged people to sign and support the 1 Billion Hunger Project of FAO. He said the fact that one billion people are hungry in this world of plenty is not an acceptable situation and it is indeed a collective failure. He urged to support this initiative of FAO aimed at involving people all across the globe for the ultimate benefit of mankind.
"Sovereign-International" analysts have told clients that they should prepare to acquire the stocks of oil majors, explorers and services companies on dips in price.
Local residents in the Gulf states are beginning to wonder why they are experiencing an enormous build up of military presence.
The Abu Dubai international airport will not have to go to the expense of installing full body xray machines.
When power-brokers ousted Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and moved Julian Gillard in to power, as Australia's first woman prime minister, history was made. It took the number of concurrent female world leaders to 14.
All police leave was cancelled in Urumqi, in China's Xinjiang region, where security was tight ahead of the first anniversary of deadly ethnic riots. Armed police were deployed in the city and thousands of "riot-proof" CCTV cameras set up in public places.
There is much uncertainty in the world. The current cast of world leader characters, such as Obama want the American people to believe there are no more true enemies in the world.
"Omega-Trading" believes that the forthcoming G20 meeting in Toronto, Canada may serve to highlight the growing differences in the European and US approach to deficit reduction.
The British Queen is expected to take her share of the British public's pain, following the harshest spending cuts in years, after the finance minister declared he would freeze her annual state allowance this year.
If you happen to get kicked out of the 'top position' in a country under the Westminster system of parliament, you also have to make a quick flight from your residence.
Chairman of the U.S. Homeland Security committee and former presidential candidate, Joe Lieberman, Independent senator, raised concerns about a 'Digital Pearl Harbour'. Sen. John Rockefeller first introduced the idea of a 'kill switch' in April 2009.
BP were forced to remove the cap that had been holding some of the crude, letting tens of thousands of gallons more oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico. An undersea robot knocked a venting system, on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig.
It has been recently revealed, following a six month investigation, that the U.S.A. military have been passing tens of millions of dollars to Afghan security firms, who have channeled the money to Taliban warlords.
Ms Julia Gillard has been handed the reins of leadership as the 27th and the first woman Prime Minister of Australia.