Presents statistics on components of population change for all member states of the European Union except the United Kingdom. Finds that European population is aging because of increased life expectancy and decline in births. Also finds that whereas rural areas have had higher proportion of elderly residents, since 2001 the share of the old age group grew faster in urban areas. From Eurostat
Presents estimates of life expectancy by educational attainment for a selection of European Union nations. From Eurostat.
Describes 14 sanctions against Iran established by United Nations Security Council Resolution #1929, which was approved on June 9, 2010. From the White House.
Latest annual estimate of the cost of raising a child from birth through age 17 in the U.S. Estimates annual expenditures run from a low of $8,300 for households with before tax income of less than $56,000 to a high of $23,000 for households with income of more than $98,000. Middle income family with a child born in 2009 can expect to spend $222,000 to raise the child over 17 years. From the Agriculture Department.