According to a new report, 12th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach has been opened on Wednesday. Thom Collins, director of the Perez Art Museum of Miami (PAMM), said they have added a gleaming addition of burgeoning cultural scene in the art museum.
Thomas said: "We know people come here because they want the (tropical) environment. We needed to give them something that addresses our main competition, the beach". He said that this $131 million art museum depicts the cultural structure of their country.
The government has declared it will provide more support to offshore wind power after giving assurance to slash support for onshore wind and solar energy.
The people working in the offshore sector of the region have welcomed the news.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander declared today that from 2015, the prices that are set earlier for offshore wind power will be increased whereas prices for onshore and solar energy will be reduced.
Sports minister of the host country, Brazil, says airports and bus stations will be secure. He also told the police will also use rubber bullets if required.
Rubber bullets are the bullets that have low level of action. An attempt has been made Brazil's sports minister to calm down worries regarding violence harming that could be caused in next summer's World Cup. He revealed that the authorities were working hard 'to contain this violence' and that the major areas where fans assemble would be protected.
A rare public hearing was conducted on Tuesday at Europe's human rights court about the secret network of black site prisons across Europe. These prisons are known to be used by CIA to interrogate terror suspects. According to reports, two terror suspects have been held by the US in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The lawyers have accused Poland of human right abuses.
According to lawyers, the two suspects have been trapped because of the CIA's program to kidnap terror suspects and transfer them to third countries. Also, the lawyers alleged that they were tortured in a remote polish prison.
A well-regarded international exam was conducted for 15-year-olds. The results revealed scores of students from United States were well below their counterparts elsewhere. The subjects in the exams included math, reading and science. Students in Shanghai, Singapore and other Asian provinces or countries scored much better than their counterparts in the US.
According to a latest report, a new public-private partnership may help in encouragement of job growth as well as economic progress in near future.
This public-private partnership involves the Savannah River National Laboratory or SRNL. It has also been cited by the sources that this project is part of Clemson University's new wind turbine testing center.
Also, this project is likely to allow the researchers to study as well as analyze the next-generation technology, as according to them this technology will be capable of producing a new wave of electrical power.
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