World powers struck an agreement that a transitional government should be set up in Syria to end the conflict there but they remained at odds over what part President Bashar al-Assad
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The Gambia's Muhammed Jah clearly remembers the day, in the late 1990s, when a friend told him that he was going to the airport to pick up a consultant who was coming to teach his department a word processing application popular at the time, WordPerfect.
Here in Italy, what they have is an endemic productivity crisis, one that has gone on so long and reaches so deep into the economy that it poses a challenge to the fabric of Italian life.
As a political science major at Ohio State University, Ida Seitter says, she lit up many a cigarette to help her through the stress of exam season.
Green construction and architecture has gone mainstream; here are some notable examples from around the world.
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International students hoping to come to the United States to pursue a degree are being lured by “sham schools” in the U.S., said Janice Jacobs ...
Accused of every dirty trick in the book during its 71-year grip on power in the 20th century, Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party has bounced back and is on the verge of a dramatic victory in Sunday's presidential election.
The shifting of an Alaskan glacier has released wreckage and frozen remains from what is believed to be a military cargo plane that crashed 60 years ago, killing everyone aboard
Two Cornell professors briefed journalists and Capitol Hill on the risks of hydraulic fracturing.