Chile's student organizations are waiting for the road map promised for Monday by government authorities following Saturday’s meeting with President Sebastian Piñera for nearly four hours in the government palace.
Hurricane Katia continued to intensify Sunday afternoon as it churned in the Atlantic Ocean, spurring warnings about rip currents and fears it could soon develop into a major hurricane, the United States National Hurricane Center said.
More than eight in 10 US residents think the economy is in another recession, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. One-third of those surveyed think it’s serious.
At the closure of the period, seven Argentine presidential tickets registered at the Electoral Justice for the October 23 elections. All seven tickets were confirmed in the 14 August primary elections when President Cristina Fernandez, CFK, trashed all other hopefuls with over 50% of all valid ballots.
The world’s economic leaders need to “rebalance” their thinking as well as their economies. Fiscal and monetary policies have dominated. That makes sense to a degree: decisions on deficits, debt and the Euro zone this autumn may well determine whether the global economy slides deeper into danger, or begins the long climb back.
Two Brazilian university students who organized a “rodeo of fat ladies” in the social network under the name of Orkut will have to donate 20 minimum salaries (approximately 6.650 dollars) to organizations that combat chemical dependencies and gender violence.
Palestinian negotiator Nabil Shaath said on Sunday that an estimated 140 countries will recognize an independent Palestine State in the United Nations at the end of the month when the international request is formally presented.
The United States has written to Switzerland to demand it hands over detailed information this week on its citizens using Swiss accounts to dodge tax or see Credit Suisse and nine other banks face charges, newspapers reported.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde said in an interview released that Europe and the United States should consider stimulating economic growth, if the situation permits, to offset a crisis of confidence hitting the global economy.
A quarter of million pounds (approximately 400.000 dollars) is to be used to produce more fruit, vegetables, salad and hen eggs within the Falkland Islands. The Executive Council (ExCo) agreed the funding which is to be administered by the Development Corporation (FIDC) in a bid to reduce the amount of imports into the Islands.