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United Nations turns trash into energy in the Philippines

March 28, 2013

Green energy is one of the industries many predict will carry the global economy into the future. Read Article »

Brazil hoping to welcome scores of new immigrants

March 28, 2013

Thanks to prudent partnerships with countries like China and Russia, and a number of major events placing the country in the global spotlight, Brazil is emerging as a wealthy and powerful country - something they hope will inspire more people to move there. Read Article »

China and Brazil reach deal on currency exchange

March 26, 2013

Multiple news sources are reporting that China and Brazil have agreed to trade in their own currencies up to $30 billion per year. Read Article »

Nunavut project heading to Venice Biennale in Architecture

March 26, 2013

A pair of designers from the young territory of Nunavut has earned the right to represent Canada at the 14th Venice Biennale in Architecture. Read Article »

USMNT ties Mexico in World Cup Qualifier

March 27, 2013

Tuesday saw the U.S. Men's National Team (USMNT) take on Mexico at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. Read Article »

Airlines with a decade of consistent high quality

March 5, 2013

Global Traveler announces airlines nominated to Hall of Fame. Read Article »

Massive Earthquake Rocks Mexico City

March 26, 2013

A large earthquake ripped through Mexico City early Tuesday, rattling buildings and sending thousands of locals and visitors fleeing into the streets. Read Article »

Top Chinese universities no longer require English

March 18, 2013

Top Chinese universities will no longer require students to pass an English entrance exam this year.  Read Article »

'One City, Nine Towns' transplants the West into China

March 13, 2013

With the demand for Western-style housing high in China, the "One City, Nine Towns" initiative brings European influences into Shanghai.  Read Article »

Russia establishing asteroid defense center

March 12, 2013

Russian officials have begun to speed up development of protection measures against future space threats and some of the groundwork has already been laid.  Read Article »

Endangered elephants poached in Cameroon

March 13, 2013

In the past month, 28 endangered forest elephants were killed for their tusks by poachers in two national parks of Cameroon.  Read Article »

2013 Lollapalooza Brazil to rock São Paulo

March 13, 2013

For the 2013 Lollapalooza Brazil festival, sixty Brazilian and international acts will come together to perform at the São Paulo Jockey Club of São Paulo, Brazil. Read Article »

Brazil founds shelter network for abuse victims

March 14, 2013

Brazil's "Women: Living without Violence" program aims to reduce violence against women while caring for female victims of domestic abuse.  Read Article »

Increased competition in Mexico may help economy

March 12, 2013

President Enrique Peña Nieto and the country's major political parties have sent a bill to Congress that would heavily change telecommunications within Mexico. Read Article »

Fitness standards on the rise in Russian schools

March 13, 2013

President Vladimir Putin has stated his desire for the revival of a physical evaluation program that would set consistent standards across the country. Read Article »

Ottawa Irish Festival celebrates shared history

March 12, 2013

Ottawa, Canada celebrates St. Patrick's Day with an eventful festival full of food, stories and song.  Read Article »

Princeton's community service programs extend to Brazil

March 11, 2013

Designed to let incoming freshmen engage in a year of community service, Princeton University's Bridge Year Program now expands to Salvador, Brazil. Read Article »

Russia celebrates Maslenitsa with pancakes and snowfights

March 11, 2013

Russia's Maslenitsa festival lasts one week and celebrates the end of winter with fire, snowforts and pancakes. Read Article »

Canada's Arctic glaciers in trouble

March 7, 2013

The islands of Ellesmere and Devon off the coast of northern Canada could see 20 percent of their glaciers melt by the end of the 21st century, according to a report in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. Read Article »

Suzann Pettersen becomes World Ladies Golf Champion

March 11, 2013

Suzann Pettersen wins Mission Hills World Ladies Championship Individual Strokeplay in Haikou, Hainan, China. Read Article »

Cyberbullies go after Miss Russia

March 6, 2013

Since being crowned Miss Russia, Elmira Abdrazakova has become a victim of cyberbullying. Read Article »

Brazil prepares for 2014 FIFA World Cup

March 7, 2013

Brazil prepares for the 2014 FIFA World Cup with cautious confidence. With host cities, stadiums and airports to prepare, there's a great deal more left to do.  Read Article »

Freedom Ride takes off in the Philippines

March 8, 2013

Cyclists spread an anti-trafficking hotline number as they participated in the Freedom Ride in the Philippines.  Read Article »

Students of the Americas ready to compete in super-mileage engineering competition

March 7, 2013

On April 4-7, competing teams from Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the U.S. will come together to put their super-mileage vehicles to the test in the seventh annual Shell Eco-marathon Americas. Read Article »

Car-sharing in Germany becomes attractive transport option

March 6, 2013

Ford launches a new car-sharing program in Germany this spring. Read Article »

Nigeria builds new city on land recovered from Atlantic Ocean

March 6, 2013

Eko Atlantic will one day be home to an estimated 250,000 people and a workplace for 150,000 more, but only a few years ago, the site on which this city will rise was part of the Atlantic Ocean. Read Article »

Canadian giant camels once walked the Arctic

March 6, 2013

A research team led by the Canadian Museum of Nature has recently identified fossils of an extinct giant camel in Canada. Read Article »

Music festival aids typhoon victims in the Philippines

March 6, 2013

In response to severe typhoons in the Philippines, a local music festival raises funds for displaced and injured victims.  Read Article »

Delta and Habitat for Humanity building together in Mexico

March 5, 2013

Delta's ninth international build with Habitat for Humanity takes place in Pueblo, Mexico. Read Article »

South African mobile market expanding

March 5, 2013

Mobile market development is taking off in South Africa with Ogilvy & Mather and Strike Media Proprietary Limited. Read Article »

National Gallery of Canada renovated

March 5, 2013

The National Gallery of Canada undergoes the largest renovation project in its history.  Read Article »

U.S. and Russia work together for endangered polar bears

March 4, 2013

The U.S. and Russia work together to ban trade of polar bear furs, skins and products. Read Article »

Brazil's leading airlines announce cuts

March 4, 2013

Brazil's leading airlines announced cuts to jobs in airports across Brazil. Read Article »

Canadian report encourages government to ban junk food for kids

March 4, 2013

It is no secret that obesity has become a problem in the U.S. and Canada, and now Canadian researchers are taking things one step further. Read Article »

Allen and Paterson win 2013 XTERRA Philippines

March 4, 2013

Australia's Ben Allen and Scotland's Lesley Paterson won the third XTERRA Philippines Championship this Saturday. Read Article »