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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Bbc
The American company Chiquita has struck a deal with the Irish Fyffes to create ChiquitaFyffes, the world's largest banana firm with an approximate worth of $1 billion.
Italian officials are threatening legal action against an Illinois-based arms manufacturer for an advertisement showing Michelangelo's "David" holding a rifle.
As cable television networks become a greater source of scripted programming, there are more shows out there that sound like they would make for a great watch. However, cable viewing means more violence, language, and sexual content.
An ultimatum allegedly from a jihadist group has demanded that Syrian Christians live as "dhimmis," low-status subjects who must pay protection money and obey strict restrictions on their religious practice.
Last weekend was a trip back in time for an intelligence officer who well remembers the Soviet military machine that once threatened Western Europe, particularly its ability to project power with elite airborne and naval forces.
Etihad Airways, a United Arab Emirates-based airline that receives American taxpayer money, has omitted Israel from its official flight map.
While the jokes and jabs at the Oscars were safe and family-friendly, faith's role in the award show seemed to be lost by award-winners.
Britain's leading rock festival is going a little bit country.
"Ripper Street" has been rescued.
Boko Haram Islamists stormed a boarding school in northeast Nigeria overnight and burned it to the ground, killing 29 boys, authorities said on Tuesday.
A leopard terrorized the northern Indian city of Meerut on Sunday, injuring 7 people and escaping animal control several times before disappearing into the forest.
Chinese authorities say the vice minister of public security has been formally fired over corruption allegations.
CNN's prime-time talk show "Piers Morgan Live" is coming to an end, the news channel said Sunday.
A passenger aboard the British-based cruise ship MS Marco Polo was killed after the vessel was hit by a "freak wave" in the English Channel.
Fulham fired manager Rene Meulensteen and appointed Felix Magath on Friday, saying "action was required" in its bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League.