President Xi made the announcement in a speech to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. He gave no details on the troop reduction or its time frame.
Unlike many of his comrades, Mr. Hobsbawm, who lived in London, stuck with the Communist Party after the Soviet Union crushed the Hungarian uprising in 1956 and the Czech reform movement in 1968. He eventually let his party membership lapse about the time the Berlin Wall fell and the Eastern bloc disintegrated in 1989.
Sinkhole appears in Naples street after water pipe breaks.
By NINA BURLEIGH
From sinkholes and snake oil to echoes of Eiffel and Herzog, the surreal is simply real in the “Capital of the Amazon” — and you don’t even need a local hallucinogen to experience it.University of Essex time lapse - full version University of Essex·284 videos
Published on Mar 20, 2013
"My biggest video/photography project has come to an end. 5 months and 15000 pictures later, this is the result. All the shots are taken on or nearby the University of Essex Colchester campus. The video contains time-lapses, hyper-lapses and a few animations." ~ Morten Rustad, 1st year BSc Business Management student.
Turning Street View Images Into Time-Lapse Films
By IAN AUSTEN
A Toronto company has developed a free, online product that allows users to create time-lapse road trips using Google Street View images.
The Hanshin expressway, a supposed showcase of modern engineering, also collapsed. Reclaimed land around the port city turned to mulch because of the vibrations, causing some tall buildings to collapse.
'As we looked at this past generation of vehicles it did seem to be all about the growth of the company, and there were lapses,' said Mr. Stephens, who works at the Toyota Technical Center near Ann Arbor and is in charge of the Toyota Avalon, a large sedan. 'We are definitely reforming the processes to be ultracareful.'
Guatemalan Sinkhole Swallows Three-Story Building
More than 150 people have died and entire buildings have gone missing because of Agatha, the first tropical storm of 2010.
A natural depression in a land surface communicating with a subterranean passage, generally occurring in limestone regions and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof.
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A protective covering, usually of organic matter such as leaves, straw, or peat, placed around plants to prevent the evaporation of moisture, the freezing of roots, and the growth of weeds.
tr.v., mulched, mulch·ing, mulch·es.
To cover or surround with mulch.
[Probably from Middle English melsche, molsh, soft, from Old English melsc, mellow, mild.]