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US car signal for tech titans

The dairy farms that once draped the countryside here were paved over so the Japanese carmaker Nissan could build its first American assembly plant. Eighty miles to the south, another green pasture was replaced by a Nissan engine factory, and across Tennessee about 100 Nissan suppliers dot the ...   | Read..
 

Iran warns against meddling in Syria

Iran today warned against foreign intervention in Syria and said the conflict there could engulf Israel....   | Read..
 

Tortured past of a President

Her nom de guerre was Estela....   | Read..
 
American workers are hoping to build Nissan’s luxury brands, now made in Japan, in the plant in Tennessee. (Reuters picture)