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Ministry of GossipMiss Universe 2011: The crown goes to Miss Angola, Leila Lopes. The rest of the 2011 Miss Universe Top 5 were Miss China, Luo Zilin, fourth runner-up; Miss Philippines, Shamcey Supsup, third runner-up; Miss Brazil, Priscila Machado, second runner-up;...
3/23/11 - Grains bounced back nicely from sharply lower trade in early March, with prices rallying back sharply on Thursday and Friday to move to 60% retracements of losses suffered in early March. The break seemed to flow from better than expected...
Tags: Cheng Yu-tung, Arable Farming
Tetyana Pyantkov-ska, 15, is a native of Rivne, Ukraine, who is now attending Aberdeen Central. Who is your host family here in the U.S.? Walden family. What are your parents' names and what do they do for a living? Actual mother - nurse, father do...
COSTA MESA — Kateryna Malakhova, 23, grew up in the small town of Novakakhovka, Ukraine, dreaming about playing tennis in Europe, living near the beach and giving the children in her community a place to play. But in the Eastern European city of...
Tags: United Nations, Elections, Ann Hamilton, Politics, Europe
KIAHIt's a potential murder mystery that occurred at sea. A dead Ukrainian sailor was found on a ship at the Port of Houston. Now, the FBI is looking into the death. It's a case that involves international law with lots of agencies deciding who will lead the...
Fallout from Japan's crippled nuclear reactors already is being detected thousands of miles away. But scientists who track pollution blowing across the Pacific Ocean say the amount of radioactivity should pose no danger to the United States. Like other...
Baltimore Sun reporterMykola "Mike" Koropeckyj, a retired noncommissioned Army officer who later worked for the Social Security Administration, died June 5 of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. The Edmondson Heights resident was 70. The son of a Ukrainian...
In Armenia, chess is even more popular than soccer. You can't buy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups all over the globe. And in more places than you'd realize, students attend school six days a week. Those are just some of the facts learned while sitting down...
Gulsum Useinova, 16, is a native of Simferopol, Ukraine, who is now attending Northwestern High School. Who is your host family here in the U.S.?: Meag and Callin Williams. What are your parents' names and what do they do for a living?: My parents'...
The worst droughts in decades are wilting wheat fields from China to the United States to Britain, overwhelming Russia's return to grain markets and driving prices to the highest levels since 2008. Parts of China, the biggest grower, had the least...
Tags: Chicago Board of Trade, Agriculture, China, Russia
As they pack up to return to Russia, Ukraine and Armenia, high school foreign exchange students will be sure to include peanut butter, marshmallows and Reese's Pieces, as well as recipes for such dishes as chili and lasagna. Those are foods they can't...
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