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His Highness the Prime Minister of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al- Hamad Al-Sabah arrived in New York over the weekend to attend the 68th General Assembly session at a time it gains huge significance due to the current political turmoil in Syria.
Livingstone and Victoria falls towns respectively from August 24 to 29, Zimbabwean news agency New Ziana reported. The conference was declared as having the highest attendance in the organisation's history, with 900 delegates from the media
Just last night the French senate approved a measure banning child beauty pageants and contests, according to Salon.com. As reported by ABC News, the ban is designed to protect girls from early sexualization.
His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah departed Kuwait for New York on yesterday to attend as an envoy for HH the Amir the 68th General Assembly session. The importance of attending the meeting was stressed as it
Ashe, addressing journalists in here in his first press conference since assuming the role of General Assembly President. Ashe, a national of Antigua and Barbuda, said he would convene three high-level events and three thematic debates to give the
We'll never know why she decided to take a drum to the central markets of Paris on October 5, 1789, and why, that day, the tinder was so ready to catch fire and a drumbeat was one of the sparks. To the beat of that drum, the working women of the
WASHINGTON: As Indian and Pakistani prime ministers prepare to meet, the United States has said it will welcome “any and all high-level discussions” between the two countries. Prime Ministers Nawaz
President Barack Obama this week nominated Miami lawyer Stephen N. Zack to be an alternate U.S. representative for the United Nations' 68th General Assembly, which begins Tuesday. "I am very fortunate and grateful for the many opportunities that have
Panel put activists above Ky. students A state legislative panel's Wednesday rejection of new science standards for Kentucky public school systems presents an "either-or" situation that is thoroughly depressing both ways. If the five members of the
Church of Scotland 'may stop conducting marriages' The Scottish government says no religious groups will be forced to conduct same-sex marriages The Church of Scotland has questioned whether it could continue to offer marriages if same-sex