Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill highlights some of the challenges facing foreign-born workers.
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Elias Amor, who studies the island’s economy, says Cuba receives more than $249.5 million a year for its doctors in Brazil.
Sanctions on Iranian financial firms could endanger the flow of humanitarian goods as foreign banks and outside suppliers sever ties.
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The official, Kirsten Fontenrose, had pushed for tough measures against the Saudi government and has been to Riyadh to discuss sanctions.
Historian John Ramsden once described Prime Minister Theresa May’s Tory Party as “an autocracy tempered by assassination.”
Vice President Mike Pence said there would be no letup in President Trump’s policy of combating China’s mercantilist trade policy.
Born into a Jewish family in Germany, Mr. Grunbaum immigrated to Brooklyn and arrived in 1960 at Pitt, where he became renowned.
Syria’s ambassador to the U.N. said his country would retake the area “by peace or by war,” while Israel vowed to never leave the territory.
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When the regime ruled Cambodia in the 1970s, its reign of terror was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people.
Prime Minister Teresa May says no, but others contend it’s possible.
US court filing raises questions about whether the Justice Department has prepared charges under seal against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
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