Standing in a line that snakes back to the entrance of the Chilango restaurant in London’s financial hub, Beth Norden eagerly awaits her weekly roasted pork belly burrito. Norden, a 22-year-old intern at the Red Cross, likes the quick service and buzzing atmosphere.
China sent thousands of military personnel, rescue teams and utility workers into the southwestern province of Sichuan where the country’s strongest earthquake in three years left 1.5 million people needing aid.
China’s Premier Li Keqiang flew to the southwestern province of Sichuan to oversee relief work as the death toll from yesterday’s earthquake climbed to 179 and officials struggled to help 1.5 million people affected by it.
A bipartisan panel said President George W. Bush’s administration engaged in torture after the Sept. 11 attacks and blamed “the nation’s highest officials” for “allowing and contributing to the spread of torture.”
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama earned $608,611 in adjusted gross income in 2012, down 23 percent from 2011 as royalties from the president’s books kept declining, tax returns showed.
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