Tuscaloosa News - Club of rich, powerful meet in secret near London - Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde and former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger are on the guest list for the Bilderberg meeting at Watford's Grove Hotel.
Lexology - DHS orders verification of student visas in wake of Boston bombings - The order follows news that one of the students accused of hiding evidence after the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings, Azamat Tazhayakov, had returned to the United States in January without a valid visa.
Petra News - Kazakh ambassador presents caravans to Syrian refugees in Jordan - The ambassador told Petra that the caravans were presented by his government at the direction of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev as part of an aid campaign to assist Syrian refugees in the Kingdom.
The Hindu - U.S emerging as major export market for black tea - The United States is emerging as a major importer of tea and would begin governing prices of black tea, Tea Board Chairman M G V K Bhanu told exporters here on Friday. He also told them to focus on markets preferring high-value tea.
Five countries he said, which should be focussed on, are: Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, U.S. and Egypt.