President Barack Obama has warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad yesterday not to use chemical or biological weapons in his country’s bloody conflict against his own people and suggested that such action would prompt the US to consider a military action against those who would be responsible.
The National Climatic Data Center reported that this year’s drought is the most widespread since 1956.
The American and Chinese government, who cautiously consult each other on North Korea are waiting to see Kim Jong-un, the young leader of North Korea will follow his father, Kim Jong-il and carry out North Korea’s impending third nuclear test.
Philippine Department Of Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario summoned the Chinese envoy in Manila, Ma Keqing, to voice concern over the latest maritime confrontation between the two countries.
The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has said North Korea should not go ahead with its planned rocket launch if it wants a ‘peaceful, better future’ for its people.
The European Union (EU) sanction will isolate Iran financially by making it almost impossible for money to flow in and out of the country via official banking channels.
Vitamin E, which occurs naturally in cereals, nuts, olive oil and egg yolks, is credited with helping hold back the hands of time by ‘fighting aging from within’.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the US still had ‘profound concerns’ over North Korea, but welcomed the move as a ‘first step’ of their being amenable to suspend uranium enrichment, as well as nuclear and long-range missile tests.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s forthcoming royal wedding on April 29, has gotten more press exposure in the US than in UK, the venue where the wedding ceremony is to be held.
In a study made by the Pew Hispanic Center, it has found out that about 340,000 children were born to illegal immigrants in the United States in 2008 and became instant citizens.