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Not too many people can say they've received the red carpet treatment. Not the case though for Kelly Frederick's 6th grade students. That's exactly what they received at the Pacific Science Center. So why the rock-star welcome for a group of 12 year...
Josiah Bagby has a lot to cheer about. Josiah celebrated his first birthday in Grand Prairie. He's come a long way, he was born on this makeshift bed inside this primitive hut in Ethiopia. Steve and Kari turned to the International Adoption Medicine...
For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or...
Times Staff WriterNEITHER snow nor sleet nor hurricanes nor dismal dollar-euro exchange rates are discouraging Americans from making their appointed foreign rounds. Based on statistics from U.S. airlines, 2005 looks as though it will end up as a record year for globe-...
Tags: Defense, Mexico, Arts and Culture, Travel, Guangzhou (China)
Creating menus that celebrate a world of flavors is easy with these new releases: - The Soul of a New Cuisine: A Discovery of the Foods and Flavors of Africa by Marcus Samuelsson (Wiley, $40). Samuelsson has been recognized by the James Beard Awards...
L.A.'s Fairfax Avenue has long been a meeting place for diverse cultures. It became an artery for the Jewish community in the 1950s, and the original Farmers Market has been a central gathering ground for Angelenos of every stripe since 1934. The most...
Not since Richard Nixon went to China has an intractable foreign policy issue been so ripe for resolution as U.S. relations with Cuba are today. As with China, bilateral hostility has persisted long after the causes of the initial break have ceased to...
Tags: Florida, Foreign Aid, Russia, Fidel Castro, Taiwan
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterASMARA, Eritrea — This struggling, low-profile nation is doing something virtually unheard of in Africa. It's turning down foreign aid. With a president who vows not to lead another "spoon-fed" African country "enslaved" by international donors,...
Tribune correspondentClement Ibrahim Muhibitabo is one of the forgotten ones. So is Ines Chine. So is Abdul Hamid Moosa. Rwandan, Tunisian and South African citizens respectively, the three Africans are among the victims of one of the largest if most obscure rendition...
The Gilgel Gibe III hydroelectric dam under construction in Ethiopia is no small piece of infrastructure. It holds the potential to fundamentally alter flow patterns in the Omo River watershed and will cost about $2 billion to build. It will indeed have...
My fellow Americans, thank you for sharing your time with me tonight. The subject I want to discuss with you, peace and national security, is both timely and important. Timely, because I've reached a decision which offers a new hope for our children in...
Tribune national correspondentWith sirens blaring, the White House motorcade sped along the interstate, police and unmarked Secret Service cars weaving from lane to lane on either side of the Cadillac limousine like fighter planes escorting a bomber. From the open rear windows of...
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