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Why peace hopes endure in Colombia

Sprint will lend smartphones, tablets, and laptops to low-income high school students in addition to giving them four years of connectivity. One million high school students across the United States who lack internet access will receive a tablet, ... Christian Science Monitor, 2 weeks ago

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People with a higher income were more likely to live longer. The difference in life expectancy between the richest 1% and poorest 1% was 14.6 years for men and 10.1 years for women. - Raj Chetty, PhD, Stanford University There is more or less ...
 Speaking Tree1 week ago
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Ban sends UN Colombia envoy to Havana after peace deal rejected

Oct 3 Colombian financial markets slid on Monday on concern that voters' rejection of a peace deal with Marxist rebels could jeopardize tax reforms aimed at compensating for lost oil income, putting pressure on the nation's credit ratings. The ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos, FARC scramble to revive peace after shock vote  Pinnacle Digest2 weeks ago ICG: Re-assembling Colombia's rejected peace deal  Daily Maverick3 weeks ago Colombia's President Santos LEGALLY tries to save peace deal  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago
The Press NZ

Nobel Prize: the winner is...

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday (Friday night NZ Time)for his efforts to end a 52-year-old war with Marxist guerrillas, a ...
 The Press NZ2 weeks ago Nobel Peace Prize 2016: All you need to know about Juan Manuel Santos' win  DNA India2 weeks ago Congratulations in order for Nobel Peace Prize winner, Colombia's Santos  EurActiv.com2 weeks ago Colombian President Santos wins Nobel Peace Prize  ARY News.tv3 weeks ago
Brunei Times

Child fitness gap linked to income inequality

Reuters In a comparison of fitness levels among children in 50 countries, the nations with the biggest internal income disparities tended to have the least fit youth. African and northern European nations, as well as Japan, had the highest scores ...
 Qatar Tribune3 weeks ago Income Inequality Is Bad For All Children's Health  Huffington Post3 weeks ago Youth Fitness Gap Linked to Income Inequality  Diabetes Care3 weeks ago

3 Growth Stocks Yielding 5% or More for Income-Hungry Investors

Long-term investing in quality dividend stocks has proven time and again that it is one of the best ways to investment success and wealth creation. Not only does it allow investors to take advantage of the power of compounding when reinvesting the ...
 Motley Fool2 weeks ago

Decade Of Failure In The War On Drugs

JosŽ Luis Pardo Veiras | NYT Syndicate IN 2006, Felipe Calder'f3n, then the incoming president of Mexico, vowed that change was coming to fix the problem of drug trafficking and drug-related violence. To fulfill this promise he sent the army into ...
 Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago

Opportunities In Colombia's Solid Banking Sector

's Emerging Markets Equity Strategy seeks to identify persistent long-term structural growth opportunities. Structural growth can be stock-specific or thematic, and can be driven by a sustainable advantage, which is often company management. Through ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

Breakingviews: Colombia's Nobel fillip

World finance leaders meeting in Washington pledge to take steps to ensure greater fairness in global trade, while warning a US rate hike could disrupt capital flows. David Pollard reports. It was the first IMF and World Bank meeting since ...
 Reuters UK2 weeks ago

Trends in Remittances, 2016: A New Normal of Slow Growth

Against a backdrop of tepid global growth, remittance flows to low and middle income countries (LMICs) seem to have entered a new normal of slow growth. In 2016, remittance flows to LMICs are projected to reach $442 billion, marking an increase of ...
 World Bank3 weeks ago
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