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Cuba: The U.S. Entrepreneur's Next Best Frontier

It's been less than five months since President Obama issued an executive order that normalizes relationships between Cuba and the U.S. And despite the initial excitement and, in some circles, furor over lifting the 50-year embargo, the pace of ... Inc.com, 3 weeks ago
Kenya News Agency

147 Killed in Garissa Campus Terrior Attack

The death toll following a terror attack at the Garissa University reached 147 by the time the security agencies finally neutralized the threat on Thursday night. Interior cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery told a press briefing in Garissa town ...
 Kenya News Agency1 month ago
Rasa News Agency

ISIS terrorists are hit by strange flesh-eating virus

RNA - The disease, which is known as Leishmaniasis, is spreading fast due to poor hygiene conditions and pollution. Leishmaniasis, which causes large open wounds which eat away flesh, can be fatal if not treated with a simple course of medicine. ...
 Rasa News Agency1 month ago
NigerianHerald.com

Who will rescue Ekiti?, by Julius Toba Jegede

Two suspected kidnappers, leader's wife arrested in Ekiti The Punch (Today) - Ekiti State Police Command has arrested two suspected kidnappers and wife of the kingpin that allegedly abducted 11 victims, who were freed in the early hours of ...
 NigerianHerald.com18 hours ago

Nigerian Economy - Slogans, Jobs and Fancy Statistics

Too often, discussions on the Nigerian economy are limited to interest rates, foreign exchange, public finance (especially revenues and debts), cash crops, oil and gas exports and investment flows. We focus simply on exchange, paying scant attention ...
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago

Cuba's open for some American business — so here come the lawyers

Peter Quinter was a U.S. Customs Service attorney in Miami in the early 1990s. His job: enforcing the embargo against Cuba, making sure people and products didn't illegally make their way to the island. Flash forward some two decades. Quinter, who ...
 Miami Herald1 day ago

Move More Development Finance Onshore

FNB Namibia's corporate and investment banking arm, RMB Namibia, has unique investor relationships in offshore markets which provide it with a strong distribution and syndication capability. On the eve of the annual Chamber of Mines expo, RMB ...
 AllAfrica.com5 days ago

Rhinebeck Writers Retreat to Host 17 Writers, Featuring Obie, Larson & Kleban Award Winners

Kathy Evans , Founding Executive Director of Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, announced the 17 writers and 8 new musicals selected for the fifth summer of weeklong retreats. For eight consecutive weeks beginning July 5th, each writing team will have a ...
 Broadway World5 days ago

IS Poised to Seize Huge Syrian Arms Depot

Fighters from the Islamic State are poised to seize one of the largest arms depots in Syria after taking control of the city of Palmyra, home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site that experts fear the extremists may loot and destroy as they have done ...
 VOA News6 days ago

FOCUS: Migrants: The New Wretched Of The Earth

Our world has been shaped by migration from time immemorial. People have been on the move on foot, horses, elephants, camels, bullock cawrts; by canoes, boats, motor vehicles, trains and planes. Soon many millionaires may be travelling by ...
 Fiji Sun1 week ago
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