Published 08/24/2016 by Former news editor Zaheera Walker (39) is striving to encourage women to turn their dreams into reality. At a time when people were slowly turning away from books, she held on to her dream and self-published her debut ... Look Local, 1 month ago
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He said fights led to stabbing. A Pakistani man who killed his wife in their room in Sharjah said he killed her due to the constant fights they had between them. The family, however, believes that the husband was jealous of his wife who was the only ...Khaleej Times, 1 day ago
Al Haydos on target as Qatar edge Syria to pick up points 11 Oct 2016 - 23:17 Qatar's Hassan Al Haydos (right) celebrates after scoring a penalty during their 2018 World Cup qualifying football match against Syria at the Jassim Bin Hamad ...Qatar Peninsula, 1 week ago
EPA The writer says a regional labour migration system needs political will and not an overly bureaucratic system. No migrants want to live in centres for the displaced like this one in Mayfair in 2015. Picture: Kevin Sutherland Let's recognise ...IOL, 3 weeks ago
Pinned onto Entertainment The federal government will next week release the sum of N350bn for capital projects captured in the 2016 budget for capital expenditure in its efforts to tackle the economic recession currently facing the nation. ...ForNaija.com, 1 month ago
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Government's proposal to detain and process asylum seekers near the border, while stripping them of their rights, is a pointless waste of money if the inflow of so-called economic migrants is finally going to be managed separately. The recent ...Fin24.com, 1 month ago
By Chibuzor Emejor, Abuja Federal Government has been urged to address inappropriate pricing of agricultural commodities and lack of access to finance by Nigerian farmers which have impeded the growth of the agricultural sector in Nigeria. ...AgriNigeria.com, 1 month ago
How do you stop a global problem like counterfeiting? One that costs economies around the world an estimated $1.8 trillion? One that today means that one in six products that we buy online is a fake? One that fuels organized crime and many of the ...INTA Bulletin, 2 months ago
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