The deposed president of Mauritania, Sidi Ould Cheikh Abdallahi, is released from house arrest by security forces.
A campaign to teach Bolivians to read and write has made the country “illiteracy free”, the president says.
Companies eager to conserve cash are trimming their contributions to their workers’ 401(k) retirement plans, putting a new strain on America’s tattered safety net at the very moment when many workers are watching their accounts plummet along with the
Guests trapped in a Mumbai hotel seized by gunmen say police gave them instructions that may have led to some people’s deaths.
By James Regan PARIS, Dec 20 (Reuters) – Breaks in three submarine cables under the Mediterranean, possibly caused by a ship’s anchor, have disrupted Internet and international telephone services in parts of the Middle East and South Asia, officials said
DUBAI – Disruptions in the Internet and telephone services in the UAE and other Middle Eastern countries continued on Saturday despite the efforts by the service providers to normalise them by re-routing the data and international voice traffic. Internet
Some two dozen protesters braved subzero windchills yesterday in Dorchester to send a message to Bank of America. In front of the bank’s Fields Corner branch, activists carried signs and chanted ‘Housing is a human right’ while calling on Bank of America
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