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Japan to join TPP talks in July -NHK World English
Japanese government officials will be taking part in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade talks for the first time in July.
Thu May 23, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Lily Pads and Bamboo Stalks, Made of Clay
From a Balinese village, an Italian couple creates handmade ceramics with natural themes for homeowners, designers and top-flight hotel chains around the world Tiles shaped like long, flat pieces of bamboo.
Bombard candidates in Peru
Three years left for presidential elections in Peru, the possible candidates to reach the office have been implicated in serious issues which put in risk their legal postulation to the presidency of that Latin-American country.
Prince George Citizen
A musical welcome for Harper ...
The prime minister was welcomed to Lima, Peru Wednesday by an honour guard playing "O Canada." Stephen Harper is on a four-day trade mission in South America.
Globe and Mail
Conservative Senate leader says party not getting credit for expense transparency
Senator Marjory LeBreton talks to media in Senate Foyer on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Thursday, May 9, 2013 regarding an audit on Senators housing expenses.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Highly Effective Idiot
It's been a full five days since the world learned of a video allegedly showing Toronto's mayor, Rob Ford, smoking crack cocaine , and Ford has yet to answer a single question about the allegation.
Abacus Worldwide Announces Founding Members
Abacus Worldwide announces Founding Members: We are happy to announce that Abacus Worldwide has admitted 15 new independent members in its first six months of recruitment as follows: Miami, FL May 22, 2013 - 1. B&B Gestao Contabil Ltda.
Prince George Citizen
Transcript of Harper's first replies to questions about Senate scandal
LIMA, Peru - A transcript of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's replies to questions about the Senate expenses scandal during a news conference Wednesday in Lima with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala Tasso: Q: My question is about the resignation statement of your former chief of staff, which indicated that he merely did not tell you the means by ... (more)
Harper test-drives new 'extractive industries' approach to aid in Peru
LIMA, Peru - Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets with mining executives and the Peruvian president this morning as he puts the new "extractive industries" focus of his aid and foreign policy into practice.
How Leon got Central America's largest cathedral
No one is certain why Leon's cathedral, begun in 1747, is the largest in Central America.
Tue May 21, 2013
New Market Report: Luz Del Sur S.A.A (LUSURC1) - Power - Deals and Alliances Profile
It specializes in power distribution activities primarily in Peru. The company offers power distributions services to the customers including residential, commercial, industrial and others.
Mon May 20, 2013
Pulitzer Prize winning photographers featured at Newseum in D.C.
What: The Newseum invites you to attend Inside Media program whereas, Associated Press senior staff photographer Rodrigo Abd and freelance photographer Javier Manzano will discuss their award-winning photos and share the stories behind the images.
Coalition against Trans-Pacific deal grows
A New Zealand-born umbrella group of consumer groups and internet activists set up last year to voice concerns over the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement is gaining traction overseas.
Sat May 18, 2013
Gourmet Guys Food Tasting Gala Is June 22
The Chattanooga Breakfast Club, the Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place and the Rotary Club of Chattanooga join forces again to present the 6th annual Gourmet Guys Food Tasting Gala.
Peruvian bishop recalls 25th anniversary of John Paul II's visit
Lima, Peru, May 17, 2013 / 04:00 pm .- Archbishop Jose Antonio Eguren of Piura recounted the Eucharistic love and call to holiness of Blessed Pope John Paul II on his second visit to Peru, 25 years ago.
Fri May 17, 2013
Will Latin American nations legalize marijuana?
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, left, holds a copy of a regional study the illicit drug trade presented by OAS chief Jose Miguel Insulza, right, during a joint press conference at the Presidential Palace in Bogota, Colombia, Friday.
Japan hopes to join next round of TPP talks in KL
JAPAN has appealed to Malay-sia, one of the member countries of the Trans Pacific Partnership , to support its request for an extension of the ongoing talks.
No-show judge bolsters Chevron's attack on $19 billion judgment
The former Ecuadorian judge who signed his name to a $19 billion environmental judgment against Chevron in February 2011 failed to show up to testify about whether he really wrote it on Thursday.
A-Infos Radio Project
Global Research News Hour: Globalization Watch! Stop the TPP!, Segment 1
With twelve countries taking part in closed door talks in Lima, Peru as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotitations, the Global Research News Hour attempts to examine the agreement and concerns registered from within Canada, the US and Malaysia.