Obama, King Abdullah to meet at serene California estate

Obama, King Abdullah to meet at serene California estate

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Feb. 14 (UPI) -- A Southern California estate in Rancho Mirage offers heads of state a serene setting to discuss sensitive subjects, a Heritage Foundation research fellow said.

Real wildcatters go to Ethiopia to hunt for oil

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, Oct. 25 (UPI) -- Amid East Africa's oil and gas boom, the more adventurous oilmen are starting to gravitate toward the vast Ogaden desert region of Ethiopia where drilling activity has been sparse since rebels attacked an exploration team in 2007, killing nine Chinese and 65 Ethiopians.

Fishermen survived on beer and crackers

BLESSING, Texas, Aug. 31 (UPI) -- Three fishermen say country-boy survival skills got them through eight days atop a capsized boat off the coast of Texas.
Libya shows power of change, U.S. says

Libya shows power of change, U.S. says

WASHINGTON, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's trip to Libya may not be evidence of what can happen when a strongman has a change of heart, observers said.

Analysis: EU Hezbollah policy draws fire

The European Union has long resisted calls to add Hezbollah to its terrorist list, a move that could financially cripple the Lebanon-based political and militia organization, and a policy shift is unlikely, especially after recent hopes of German and French leadership on the issue have faded.
MEGAN HARRIS, UPI Correspondent

Analysis: Iran looks to Africa

WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UPI) -- Iran's growing ties with Africa may reflect economic necessity under pressure of international sanctions, but it also may signal an attempt to secure uranium supplies and spread its own brand of Islam.
DEREK SANDS, UPI Correspondent

Frostbite victim wants Eagles' victory

PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- A man who suffered frostbite while clearing Philadelphia's stadium of snow said the Eagles better win the Super Bowl to make his sacrifice worth it.

Muslim extremists, enemies seek popularity

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) -- The battle between al-Qaida and officials in Kabul, Baghdad and Riyadh is now a battle for support from Afghanis, Iraqis and Saudi Arabians, experts say.

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Ecoterror is real terrorism, say experts

WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPI) -- Although classified by the FBI as the top domestic terrorist threat in the United States, questions remain as to whether violent environmental and animal-rights
CHRISTIAN BOURGE, UPI Think Tank Correspondent

Think Tanks Compete on Middle East Policy

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UPI) -- As the situation in the Middle East has heated up over the past 16 months, two Washington think tanks have been competing for influence over United States forei
JENNIFER LORD, For United Press International

James Phillips is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist, producer and engineer hailing from Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island. He has performed as a member of many acclaimed Island acts including the Saddle River Stringband, the James Phillips Trio, Sweetheart Jim and the Brothers Grim, The New Drifts, La Funk 6 and many more. He has also worked closely with an assortment of talented maritime artists including Catherine MacLellan and Nathan Wiley. He has won an ECMA for his work on Saddle River’s self-titled debut as well as a PEI Music Award for Best Bluegrass Recording & Best New Artist (Saddle River String Band).

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