Syria, Arab League to Continue Holding Talks

0 Damascus, Oct 27. -Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and a ministerial delegation headed by Qatar´s Prime and Foreign Minister, Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani, agreed to continue holding talks on October 30. Al-Assad received al-Thani, who was accompanied by a delegation comprised of the Secretary General of the Arab League (AL), Nabil al-Arabi, his Deputy Ahmad bin Hili and Foreign Ministers

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Japan’s Hamaoka Nuclear Plant Stops Operations

2 Tokyo, May 14. -The operator of Japan's Hamaoka nuclear plant agreed to suspend operations in that complex, as requested by Prime Minister Naoto Kan due to safety concern. Very early today, control rods were installed in No. 5 reactor, after the same operation was done yesterday in the No. 4, local press quoted sources from Chubu Electric Power Co.

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U.S to Open a New Military Base in Honduras

0 Tegucigalpa, Apr 14. -Douglas M. Fraser, Commander of the U.S. Southern Command met Honduran Minister of Defense Marlon Pascua and agreed that the United States will increase its military bases in Honduran northern coast. Fraser is visiting Honduras, according to him, for concreting cooperation agreements to fight drug trafficking and for a better regional security. El Heraldo newspaper posted

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UNASUR Agrees to Validate University Degrees

1 Quito, Sept 17. -The 12 member countries of the Union of South American Nations agreed to mutually recognize each country's university degrees to promote the quality of education. The information was released by Ecuadorian Minister Rene Ramirez, president of the South American Council on Education, Culture, Science, Technology and Innovation, who stated that the accreditation processes would be strengthened.

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CARICOM Ready to Solve Structural Problems

0 Montego Bay, Jamaica, Jul 9. -The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Summit failed to solve what has been referred to as structural deficiencies, but agreed to modify its internal system, it was announcesd Thursday. The final declaration of the 31st CARICOM Summit says a committee comprising the prime ministers of Jamaica, Bruce Golding; Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit; and Grenada, Tillman Thomas, will

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ALBA Strengthens Sovereignty, Socialism

1 Caracas, Apr 20  . -The member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) agreed on Tuesday in Venezuela to strengthen integration and sovereignty for the construction of the socialism. Raul Castro Calls for Regional Unity   ALBA Wants Cuban 5 Free   As a culmination of the Ninth Summit of the bloc, founded in 2004 and

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