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Expo in Nanning, capital of South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region...China has become stronger rather than weaker", Wen said, urging both sides to find appropriate solutions to problems in the zone's development...China", Fan Ying, professor
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A form of verse and prose storytelling from north-eastern China that has only five remaining masters was today placed on a United Nations List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding...Statistics indicate that while there were
London November 25, 2011 Julia Gillard came close to the bottom of British Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas card list in 2010, with UK media speculating the Australian leader could have been added as an "afterthought". Downing Street has
Peace advocates from all over the globe will gather here this weekend for the first-ever gathering to discuss and share ideas on world peace. At least 60 delegates from 14 countries are expected at the two-day inaugural Assembly of Asia Peace
Agricultural Technology and Agri-business Advisory Services project. The loan has a maturity of 40 years, including a grace period of 10 years, a statement from the Uganda embassy in Rome said.
Tax Harmonisation Central to Development Agatha Nderitu 22 November 2011 Since the signing of the treaty for the establishment of the East African Community (EAC) in November 1999 and its enforcement in July 2000, important strides have been made
To the sounds of a gamelan orchestra, white-dressed Balinese pay ritual homage to Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of knowledge and learning...Declinism is in vogue in the United States, to the point that the normally sober Foreign Affairs asks, tongue
Secretariat of the Pacific Community's headquarters in New Caledonia. "At a time when the world is being buffeted by the economic crisis that affects us all u donor countries and donor partners, and the challenges that are buffeting the Pacific
Finally, Asean leaders have given Burma the green light to assume the group's rotating chair, an honour the country skipped in 2006. Endorsing Burma's long-awaited plan on Wednesday, it became clear the group's foreign ministers would rubber stamp