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Washington ( China Daily) President Xi Jinping will meet US President Barack Obama in California next month on his way back from a trip to Latin America and the Caribbean. Analysts said the arrangements for their meeting, which is informal but will
During a brief encounter with Pope Francis, Gloria Estefan asked him to keep the plight of Cubans in mind Members of the Cuban opposition group were in Miami the same day that Cuba's traditional Independence Day is celebrated Venezuela Venezuela's
Dr Kotnis is revered in China for treating wounded Chinese soldiers Every time a Chinese leader visits India, he usually meets the family of an Indian doctor who died while treating wounded Chinese soldiers in the conflict with Japan in the 1940s.
Nine out of 15 of the world's fastest growing countries today are African. Over the past decade, the continent's economies have grown at an average 5% per annum. Foreign direct investment, which stood at $9 billion at the turn of the millennium, last
A highly competitive labour market, full trains, overburdened roads, a lack of affordable housing and a population that recently passed the eight million mark are seen by some Swiss as the result of the recent arrival of more European workers.
Farmers and agriculture industry leaders say wages have risen $1 to $1.50 an hour this year compared with last year, or as much as 12 percent. Among valley farmers, hourly wages are hovering at $9 to $10 an hour, which is higher than California's
US and Chinese leaders to hold summit in California Mr Xi was formally named president of China in March, replacing Hu Jintao The US and Chinese presidents will hold their first summit in California in June, both sides have announced. Barack Obama
New law backs President Evo Morales third term Morales remains popular among poor and indigenous Bolivians Bolivia has passed a controversial law which paves the way for President Evo Morales to be elected for a third time. The Bolivian constitution
May 2013 The race is on to become New Zealand's first living wage city The race is on to become to New Zealand's first living wage city, said Annie Newman, the National Convenor of Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand, today. Both Auckland and Wellington
Actor Sean Penn is urging the U.S. government to pressure Bolivia to free an American businessman jailed there since 2011. Penn says international pressure is what Bolivian President Evo Morales needs to free Jacob Ostreicher of New York. Ostreicher