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Last U.S. crew member of Hiroshima bomber dies - report

Jul 30, 2014

Last U.S. crew member of Hiroshima bomber dies - report

REUTERS - The last surviving crew member aboard the Enola Gay, the U.S. bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb on Japan in 1945, died at a retirement community in Georgia at age 93, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. #facebook #United States #China #Business #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment #Mexico
NASA's Mars rover sets off-Earth, off-road distance record

Jul 30, 2014

NASA's Mars rover sets off-Earth, off-road distance record

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - NASA's decade-old Mars rover Opportunity has set a new off-Earth, off-road distance record, logging just over 25 miles (40 km) on the surface of the Red Planet to surpass the benchmark set in 1973 by a Russian probe on the moon. Opportunity, which arrived on Mars in January 2004, a few weeks after its now-defunct rover twin Spirit, was built to drive only about a single kilometer but has continued to operate far beyond its design capabilities. #United States #India #Brazil #France #Arabic #Argentina #Entertainment #Mexico
U.S. expands economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

Jul 30, 2014

U.S. expands economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the United States has expanded sanctions against Russia over its support for rebels in eastern Ukraine, unveiling the steps after the EU agreed to its own new measures against Moscow hours earlier. Speaking at the White House, Obama said the new sanctions targeted "key sectors of the Russian economy" - energy, arms and finance #facebook #United States #India #Technology #Africa #Argentina #Latin America #Entertainment #Mexico #russian
Sierra Leone's top Ebola doctor dies from virus

Jul 30, 2014

Sierra Leone's top Ebola doctor dies from virus

FREETOWN (Reuters) - The doctor leading Sierra Leone's fight against the worst Ebola outbreak on record died from the virus on Tuesday, the country's chief medical officer said. The death of Sheik Umar Khan, who was credited with treating more than 100 patients, follows those of dozens of local health workers and the infection of two American medics in neighbouring Liberia, highlighting the dangers faced by staff trying to halt the disease's spread across West Africa. Ebola is believed to have killed 672 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone since the outbreak began in February, according to the World Health Organisation #facebook #United States #Business #Technology #Arabic #Middle East #Italy #Argentina #Mexico #Virus
Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

Jul 30, 2014

Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's war against Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip is expected to cost it billions of dollars, temporarily hurt economic growth and put pressure on the government's finances. Analysts and officials compare the current operation to a one-month war between Israel and Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon in the summer of 2006, as well as to conflicts in Gaza in 2009 and 2012, when the economy took a hit but bounced back quickly, except for tourism #United States #Economy #Technology #France #Israel #Government #markets #Mexico #opinion

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Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

Jul 29, 2014

Mother suing Border Patrol in Mexico boy's 2012 death wants answers

The mother of a Mexican teenager killed in Mexico when at least one U.S. Border Patrol agent opened fire north of the border has filed suit, alleging that the agent violated the law, her attorneys and the American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday...
Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

Jul 29, 2014

Opera Review: Santa Fe Opera Stages ‘Carmen’

Set in Mexico around 1960, Stephen Lawless’s production of Bizet’s “Carmen” is cinematic in its presentation by the Santa Fe Opera...
Gaza conflict to dent, not break Israel economy

Jul 28, 2014

Monthly Mexico Media Roundup: Central America Migration Crisis

The biggest Mexico story of July has really been a Central American story. As thousands of young migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, three countries wracked by gang violence, cross the Rio Grande River and swamp the U.S. immigration s... #Central America #El Salvador #Guatemala
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