Rousseff’s administration has cut growth forecasts for the year to 1.8%, primarily blaming the global crisis.
The centre-left leaders in Paris “agreed that Europe should be geared more than it is today towards growth and jobs,”
The peacekeepers were besieged by rebels on Thursday but defied demands that they give up their weapons
The case filed last October against Birla, had sent shock waves through business community at the time
Witnesses reported hearing the booms of heavy shelling, as well as seeing convoys of tanks and armoured vehicles
"We think that this person has no place at the G20," Alyokhina told a packed Sydney Opera House audience
The two leaders, both right-wing nationalists elected on a pledge to revive their countries' economies
Taliban militants attack the office in Jalalabad, killing at least 3 people in bomb and gun assault, say officials
Sri Lanka had swept the preceding two-Test series 2-0
IOM said it received requests from Pakistan along with Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam to help citizens leave Libya.