A 2009 law requires that at least 30% of the funds received by each school be devoted to buying food produced by local family farms, leading to new school feeding programmes emerging in the region.
Mike Dubke started off with President Trump three months ago, and says he will leave only after he sees through the president’s overseas trip.
The UN agency called for the tobacco industry to compensate for its products that contribute to greenhouse gases blamed for climate change.
While a loan from the federal government as well as an amendment to land ownership laws is yet to cement, the mining project is on track.
As popularity continues to slide for the Conservative Party leader, May insists that pressure by the EU can only be tackled by a clear mandate from voters.
Two women are charged with killing Kim Jong Un’s half brother by smearing his face with VX nerve agent, described by the UN as a weapon of mass destruction.
The same district in Baghdad has been bombed twice in the past year, both times being claimed as the responsibility of ISIS.
Goldman Sachs paid 31 cents on the dollar for bonds issued by state oil company PDVSA that mature in 2022, or around $865 million.
Their lead over the opposition Labour Party has narrowed and the race is tightening since the Manchester bombing and a U-turn over social care plans.
The urban heat island effect makes cities several degrees warmer than nearby rural areas, adds to air and water pollution and makes workers less productive.
The new president warned Assange, who has been living in the embassy for 5 years, against interfering in the political matters of Ecuador or its allies.
Rebel commanders had complained that the 180-day hand-in period which expires on May 30 was not sufficient because of camp construction delays.
Trump’s version of making up with Muslims apparently involves selling $110 billion worth of arms to the most reactionary Muslim country on the planet.
Noriega was a spy for the CIA, until the US invaded Panama, ending a criminal career that saw him working with drug traffickers like Pablo Escobar.
Domestically, Brazil is a mess. Now, its foreign policy is in crisis, too, landing a staggering one-two punch to this one-time rising star.
The leader remains optimistic about North Korea’s new missile programme despite technical restraints and says he will retaliate to US military provocation.
While May said she would walk away from Brexit without a deal if she had to, Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn said he would make sure an agreement was reached if he won power.
The epidemic began in October and grew until December. It then dwindled but was never brought fully under control, and a new surge in cases began in April.
Human rights groups and activists say the law will make it harder for charities to operate. It also restricts them to developmental and social work.
The allegations, likely to stoke up hardline candidate Ebrahim Raisi’s conservative supporters, were among his strongest since his recent loss to Rouhani.
News agencies reported falling trees had blocked roads and metro railways.
The quake lasted 20 seconds and although no casualties have been reported, security personnel in Poso say some old town buildings have been damaged
President Temer said his government did not yet have the 308 votes in Congress that it needs to push through its flagship welfare reform.
Fifty-nine people have died in the often violent street melees, which President Maduro calls an effort to overthrow his government.
Our approach to economic growth has done more harm than good and must be be replaced with more appropriate goals.
The TPP should still bring enough benefits for the remaining countries to make it worthwhile to go through the trouble of enacting it.
More than 100 people have been killed, most of them militants, according to the military, and most of the city’s residents have fled.
Up to 200,000 people still live behind ISIS lines in Mosul’s Old City and three other districts.
Dariush Shayegan, one of Iran’s prominent philosophers, talks about the direction the Islamic republic has taken, the failure of the Islamic revolution and the rise of Hindutva in India.
For the small Christian community of Marawi, however, life in the city had until recently been peaceful and prosperous.
A father of four, Mitsotakis retired from parliament in January 2004, but remained New Democracy’s honorary president.
Australia is not a member of NATO but is a staunch US ally and has had troops in Afghanistan since 2002.
The protesters are concerned about the property rights, location and quality of the planned new accommodation and the lack of services and infrastructure.
The two-day G7 summit in Italy pitted President Trump against the leaders of Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Japan on several issues.
The man, Hassan, already had two wives and after being judged an adulterer, was buried neck-deep in a hole and pelted with stones.
Local authorities turn a blind eye to factories that pollute air, water and land; these plants do their dirtiest work at night when inspectors are rare.
UAE’s foreign affairs minister Anwar Gargash, warned against the crisis less than a week after Saudi Arabia and the UAE signalled frustration at Qatar.
The villages taken by the Popular Mobilisation paramilitary force include Kojo, where ISIS fighters abducted hundreds of Yazidi women in 2014
The missile, tested in defiance of world pressure and UN sanctions, flew about 450 km, landing in Japan’s exclusive economic zone.
The former Prime Minister believes that a voting system modelled after Germany’s would allow the new parliament to get to work without losing time.