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Brussels, Nov. 19 (CNA) The time is ripe to consider a free trade agreement between the European Union and Taiwan, a former EU official has said. Brian McDonald, former head of the European Economic and Trade Office in Taipei between 2003 and 2006,
Brian McDonald, 52, of Mariposa was arrested April 19 after deputies served search warrants in connection with the investigation, according to a statement by the department. Officials haven't elaborated on where the search warrants were served.
A project to replace natural grass at the Vernon Hills High School football field with an artificial surface is a go with a contribution from the village. In what represents the final piece of a long fundraising effort, village trustees have
My Baby is set in an era when songs were sold as sheet music by young singers working on street corners...My Baby Opens at Rubicon Cheri Steinkellner's Musical Celebrates Tin Pan Alley Thursday, March 22, 2012 A Tin Pan Alley musical? The nostalgia-
The trial of a man accused of horrifically raping and stabbing a lesbian couple began without him Monday, after a judge barred him for repeatedly interrupting pretrial hearings with profane outbursts. Isaiah Kalebu, 25, was
AnalogicTech also announced it will release financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2011 following the close of the market on Monday, May 2, 2011 . The company will host a corresponding conference call and live webcast at 1:30 p.m...
Rubicon Theatre Presents Master Harold and the Boys Athol Fugard's South African Play Gives Account of Life Under Apartheid Wednesday, February 9, 2011 In 1982, when Master Harold and the Boys debuted and the damage of apartheid was still fresh,
Girl gangs might sound like a modern British problem, but new research has revealed an all-female crime syndicate had a firm and pitiless grip on London as far back as the 18th century. Forgotten stashes of photographs, records and letters have
During the trial, Hayes' lawyers tried to shift attention to his accused accomplice, Komisarjevsky, who is expected to be tried on similar charges, including arson, in January...Komisarjevsky was the smarter guy, the manipulator, the orchestrator of
Former Laois football All Star Tom Kelly might never play again after breaking a bone in his neck playing for St Joseph's last Sunday. Division 1 game against Arles-Killeen after a heavy challenge and scans showed he broke one vertebrae and fractured