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We have several developments today, on the BRICS + leading nations of South America, in their quest for development, which includes fighting off the predators, in this case the financial vultures.

October 2nd, 2014 • 10:35 AM

Two big players in the South African publications media have launched a campaign against South African President Jacob Zuma in the wake of his negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin for South Africa to acquire an as yet unannounced number of nuclear power power plants from Russia.

September 30th, 2014 • 9:14 AM

An analysis of the purchasers of the Suez Canal Investment Certificates revealed that 42% used money that had been kept at home or in their shops, 38% used bank savings, 13% used Egypt Post savings and 4% sold personal properties such as cars and gold, the Egyptian center for public opinion research Baseera illustrated in its latest poll.

September 29th, 2014 • 3:24 PM

The following message of Congratulations to the people of India upon the success of its orbital mission to Mars, was written by Kesha Rogers, former candidate and Democratic nominee for the 22nd Congressional District of Texas in 2010-2012, and former candidate for U.S. Senate in 2014. She writes:


September 27th, 2014 • 9:04 PM

The following listing of nuclear desalination initiatives is compiled from the World Nuclear Association, and other sources, as of September 2014.

September 26th, 2014 • 11:44 AM

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, finishing up his triumphant visit to the United States, sent out a tweet this week simply expressing the main message he brought to Americans: "Let us make development a mass movement, just like Mahatma Gandhi made the freedom movement a mass movement."...

October 1st, 2014 • 5:45 AM

Brookings' Africa in Focus online magazine published an article Sept. 25 on "The Expansion of Chinese Railways in Africa," which made clear that Chinese President Xi Jinping's expressed wish to "link all the capitals in Africa with high-speed rail" is well underway.

September 30th, 2014 • 8:57 AM

Retired NASA astronaut Hadfield, whose career included a stint as the International Space Station commander, hosted a recent call-in program for CBC Radio, in which he fielded a question from five-year-old Timor, who expressed his fear about satellite Voyager. “What if it gets broken outside of our Solar System, and there’s nothing to fix it?” Timor asked. ...

September 28th, 2014 • 9:41 AM

This week, visiting Russian Vice-Minister of Education and Science and Technology Alexander Povalko is in New Delhi to discuss closer collaboration between Russia and India in scientific education and economic growth.

September 26th, 2014 • 11:47 AM