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at it's ready to bargain," the union said in a statement. "In fact, we're looking for Verizon to stop canceling bargaining sessions that have been scheduled." Representatives from .
a statement, adding that if all 100 firm orders get the green light, the order' s total value will reach 4.1 billion U.S. dollars. ?Brazil's Senate formed a committee to follow up .
rcement officers to supervise the community of water usage. While all the cities are keen in conserving water, the massive water break in University of California, Los Angeles, on.
astern Brazil is being battered by the heaviest floods in almost half a century, which have killed more than 145 people since Tuesday in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Niteroi is the.
t Barack Obama has not changed its policy toward Cuba as promised while enforcement of its 48-year trade embargo has got even stricter, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said.
il spill yet, new method considered ? A boat is seen clearing up the leaked oil, which was caused by an explosion of a BP oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, on May 5, 2010. Brit.
three other people at Los Angeles International Airport. (Agencies) Related: U.S. mall on lockdown after shots heard WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 (Xinhua) -- U.S. authorities put a shopping m.
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There’s a point when you’re done simplifying. Otherwise, things get really complicated.
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anity's ecological footprint within the planet's carrying capacity." According to the UN Environment Program (UNEP), "From China to Barbados, Brazil to South Africa, countries are.
cards are treated fairly," said Federal Reserve Governor Elizabeth A. Duke. "The rule bans several harmful practices and requires greater transparency in the disclosure of the te.