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"Road sign" underscores the danger of global warming inaction PITTSBURGH, Sept.
-- World Vision calls on U.S. Congress, G20 leaders to push forward commitments to end hunger -- Climate change also affecting food security; global leaders must provide adequate funding to help poor communities adapt PITTSBURGH, Sept.
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunesys LLC's technology and broadband capabilities will be showcased during the world's first G20 Student Summit, to be held this Thursday, September 17, 2009.
The secretary-general of the Elysee said French President Sarkozy could walk out on next week's Group of 20 meeting if leaders fail to act on bank bonuses.
A woman says her wedding had to be rescheduled when Pittsburgh was named as the site for an upcoming G20 summit. Rhianna Reichard said when she and her fiancee, Phil McMullen, learned guests coming to their Sept.
The Obama administration announced on Thursday that the United States would "lead by example" so that developing nations such as India and China could follow suit in the battle against climate change.
An international coalition of Chambers of Commerce said before a London summit meeting that nations should try to avoid the temptation of protectionism. Falling to the temptation of protectionism would not only restrict trade in goods and services, but also distort the global economy, hindering rather
Travelers in London were presented with copies of a Financial Times spoof edition Friday in advance of the upcoming G20 summit, a newspaper spokesman says. The unidentified Times spokesman said the newspaper is intent on reporting on next week's summit in London despite the release of a spoof edition with the headline We Live in Financial Crimes, The Guardian said. This isn't the first time that this has happened, the Financial Times spokesman, whose newspaper has the motto We Live in...
President George Bush Wednesday invited the leaders of 20 nations to a summit in Washington on the global economy, the White House announced. The Group of 20 will convene Nov.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.