CARACAS (Reuters) – Cuban leader Raul Castro strengthened his relationship with his “nephew” and biggest benefactor, President Hugo Chavez, symbolically starting his first foreign trip as president in Venezuela on Saturday.
A former Dutch journalist and businessman is creating a multilingual on-line encyclopedia of the Middle East that aims to inform while building bridges between Arab and European cultures. Antonie Dake, who is based in The Hague and visited The Jerusalem
BEIJING/FUKUOKA, Japan (Reuters) – Asian powers Japan, China and South Korea put aside decades of animosity on Saturday and agreed to work together to tackle the global financial crisis battering their economies.
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BALAD, Iraq (Reuters) – The top U.S. commander in Iraq said on Saturday that some U.S. troops may remain in Iraqi cities after next June, even though a U.S.-Iraq security pact calls for their withdrawal from urban areas by then.