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'19Jan
28

Macedonia Deal: ‘First Step Towards Reaching Broader Reconciliation’ – Prof

Athens has been opposed to Macedonia’s name since its independence in 1991, as there is a Greek region with the same name.Radio Sputnik talked about the historic vote with Neophytos Loizides, a professor in ...
'19Jan
28

Migrants are being paid thousands of dollars to return home

KABUL, Afghanistan — A wave of anxiety washed over Mohammad Farooq Niazi as the plane touched down in his homeland."I missed my country," he said, recalling his mindset on the day he returned to Afghanistan after...
'19Jan
27

Soros' Attack on Xi Recognizes China's Threat to Speculators Like Himself - Prof

During his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland last week, Soros alleged that although China was not the only 'authoritarian regime' in the world, it was the richest, strongest and most...
'19Jan
27

Zimbabwe: Diplomacy On Zimbabwe Can Remain Quiet - but It Must Get Tough

Photo: allafrica.com Left: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Centre: European Union flags. Right: Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa...
'19Jan
27

Africa: How Global Warming Is Adding to the Health Risks of Poor People

analysisThere is mounting evidence of the impact of climate change on human habitat and health, on plant and animal life, on water resources and shorelines. These changes are felt unevenly within - and between -...
'19Jan
27

Small changes that can deliver you a great year

Personal growth. When you get on the work grind, always find something that will keep you positive about your job or incorporate small habits that will make you a better person.Globally, 2018 felt like a whirlwind...
'19Jan
25

Sanctions Coming? EU Gas Giants Weigh Nord Stream 2 Risks & Benefits – Scholars

"Nord Stream 2 represents a treacherous path between Scylla and Charybdis for many companies who fear potential US sanctions, but simultaneously, do not seek to risk the development of such a significant business...
'19Jan
24

The risk of a catastrophic US intervention in Venezuela is real | Gabriel Hetland

By declaring himself Venezuela’s president on Wednesday, Juan Guaidó has brought Venezuela to the edge of catastrophe. The hitherto unknown opposition leader’s actions, which appear to be closely coordinated with...
'19Jan
24

AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EST

Trump says he'll give State of Union after shutdown endsWASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday night he is postponing his State of the Union address until the partial government shutdown ends,...
'19Jan
23

News story: Over £35 million to support Scottish universities tackling global challenges

This is part of a £270 million package to support projects across the country to reduce the impact of ocean pollution, improve security of food supply and control infectious diseases.Putting the UK at the forefront...

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