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Australia firm on refugee quota, but will admit more Syrians
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Australia firm on refugee quota, but will admit more Syrians

Europe is facing an unprecedented influx of people seeking safe-havens, many from war-torn Syria. AFp Sunday 06 September, 2015 SYDNEY Australian leader Tony Abbott said Sunday the government would welcome a higher portion of Syrian refugees ... Libya Today, 3 weeks ago

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A China economist told us how China could hurt the US in a trade war

(Gene Ma, IIF Chief Economist for ChinaIIF) Before joining the Institute of International Finance, Gene Ma worked at famed hedge fund Tudor Investments. He is nowIIF's Chief Economist, and we caught up with him to ask him some questions about ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland3 days ago
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OPEC wins this round, but now a war looms

In a nail-biting finish, OPEC delivered on its Algiers promise by sealing an agreement in Vienna on Nov. 30 to pare back its crude production to 32.5 million barrels per day, effective Jan. 1. The move propped up the price of Brent crude to 15-month ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago OPEC has won a battle with its production cut deal. Now, the war looms.  Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago

OPEC Cuts To Drain The Oil Swamp

At the end of August, I had written that Saudi Arabia had "thrown in the towel" on OPEC's failed price war for market share. A month later, OPEC met and announced that it had reached an accord in Algiers to reduce production to the 32.5 to 33.0 ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago Oil continues rally as Russian Federation joins OPEC production cut  Equilibrio Informativo2 hours ago Did Russia play a role in OPEC's decision to cut production?  RBTH.com1 week ago Oil Cut But Roadblocks Remain For Higher Oil Prices  Seeking Alpha1 week ago

From The Great Escape to Sholay: what makes a film a national favourite?

Whether they tackle war, Soviet monotony or working-class suffering, the movies that countries take to their collective hearts tend to transcend age and class. We run through nine local treasures and a few that fall just short Citizen Kane might be ...
 The Guardian1 week ago
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Government mulls 70% quota in education and jobs

BELAGAVI: Karnataka is seriously considering 70% reservation in education and employment, 1% more than neighbouring Tamil Nadu. The move, however, will need a Constitutional amendment by Parliament in view of the Supreme Court capping reservation at ...
 Times of India1 week ago

High-tech weaponry in war against labour abuse

FISHING boats used high-tech systems to find vast schools of fish for decades, depleting stocks of some species and leading to the complete collapse of others. Now more than a dozen apps, devices and monitoring systems aimed at tracking ...
 Northern Territory News1 week ago

┬╗The Scandal of the University of Jordan

It wasn't merely a fight that took place at the University of Jordan (JU) Thursday; but a Civil War more or less among students, on tribal and social basis, set off by another incident two days earlier, leading up to the scene which constitutes a ...
 Al Ghad2 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia's OPEC Sway Limited by Resurgent Iraq and Iran

Saudi Arabia's dominance of OPEC isn't what it once was. Iraq and Iran, shaking off shackles of sanctions and war, have raised oil output to record highs and are asserting themselves within the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago Saudi Arabia's Sway in OPEC Limited by Resurgent Iraq and Iran  Boe Report2 weeks ago OPEC deal may haunt Saudi Arabia  GlobeAdvisor1 day ago Saudi Arabia OPEC spoiler by reneging on vows  Mehr News1 week ago
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24 more war heroines recognised as FFs

Twenty-four more Biranganas (war heroines) have been recognised as freedom fighters for their sacrifice in the country's Liberation War in 1971. The government issued a gazette in this regard on November 17. With these 24, a total of 170 women ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago
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