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World Water Day observed March 22 Mr. Rooter Plumbing raises awareness Of water safety and conservation on World Water Day and through World Plumbing Day observances,
PR Newswire
The Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS Texas (SSN 775) arrived in Subic Bay Jan. 5 for a visit as part of its Indo-Asia-Pacific deployment.
Lt. j.g. Eric Wooten, USS Texas Public Affairs
The Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS Texas (SSN 775) arrived at Fleet Activities Yokosuka Dec. 22 for a visit as part of its Indo-Asia-Pacific deployment.
Lt. J. G. Eric Wooten, USS Texas Public Affairs
The Woodlands EDP on board with Greater Houston Partnership to Korea and Japan The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership is touring the far east, with stops in Seoul, Korea, and Tokyo, Japan, as part of the Greater Houston Partnership Investment and Trade Delegation to encourage more far east companies to invest in Ho
J. Werner
Warplanes dropped bombs and ships fired cruise missiles. U.S. airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria started late Monday evening according to the Pentagon’s press secretary. The attack, carried out by warplanes dropping bombs and ships firing cruise missiles.
WOL Staff
Many turned out for the 'Breakfast with the Birds' to watch the artificial cavities be inserted in trees at the Jones State Forest, to provide habitats for the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker.
John Warner, Texas A&M Forest Service
Muttenz, January 15, 2013 – Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, today inaugurated a new production site for its Industrial & Consumer Specialties Business Unit (ICS), at the city of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico.
Shi'ites hold religious festival in Bahrain as government loosens its grip on public gatherings.
The Western alliance's campaign in Libya draws criticism from both sides in the conflict.
The International Monetary Fund has unanimously approved a 30 billion euro rescue loan for debt-stricken Greece.
Protesters across Asia call for Myanmar opposition leader Suu Kyi's release.
Hundreds of lawmakers and their aides scuffled Wednesday after the ruling party tried to railroad a set of bills on media ownership. Some of the lawmakers were injured during the fight.
Five tourists and a Jordanian were wounded overnight when a gunman opened fire on their bus in the Jordanian capital Amman, a government spokesman told AFP.
French anti-terrorism police are investigating a series of bomb alerts targeting trains that could be linked to the extremist Italian Red Brigades, a judicial source said Monday.
The death toll from the cyclone that hit Myanmar over the weekend has reached 3,969, state television said Monday, warning that thousands more could be dead.