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'19Jan
13

How inequality hampers economic growth

MILAN - About a decade ago, the Commission on Growth and Development (which I chaired) published a report that attempted to distill 20 years of research and experience in a wide range of countries into lessons for...
'19Jan
13

How inequality hampers economic growth

MILAN - About a decade ago, the Commission on Growth and Development (which I chaired) published a report that attempted to distill 20 years of research and experience in a wide range of countries into lessons for...
'19Jan
13

The vital isolation of indigenous groups

NEW DELHI - The remote coral-fringed North Sentinel Island made headlines late last year, after an American Christian missionary’s covert expedition to convert its residents — the world’s last known pre-Neolithic...
'19Jan
13

EXPOSED: How politicians plan to disrupt, rig 2019 polls

•Concerns security features of result sheets may be compromised•Deployment of Electoral Officers comes under immense pressure  •Chairman, Prof Yakubu, seeks  neutrality of security agencies By Jide AjaniW hereas ...
'19Jan
12

Major ISP Backs Plan to Strip ISP of Licenses For Piracy Failures

Late 2018, authorities in the Philippines announced a new bill that, if passed, will attempt to tackle the ongoing piracy problem in the region.In common with many other countries around the world, the Philippines...
'19Jan
12

How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit?

Standing on top of the roof of the Dublin Port Company's headquarters, you can see lots of building work amidst all the docked ships at the River Liffey's mouth.And while that construction is not entirely Brexit-...
'19Jan
11

Romania's EU Presidency Overshadowed by Corruption Cases

Romania took control of the Council of the EU's rotating presidency on January 1 and will be responsible for ensuring the continuity of the EU's work until June, reported DW. The former Communist country only...
'19Jan
11

Nigeria Decides: Prospects for peaceful, credible election high – UN

The United Nations says that there are increased prospects that the forthcoming general elections in Nigeria will be peaceful and credible. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United...
'19Jan
11

Nigeria Decides: Prospects for peaceful, credible election high – UN

The United Nations says that there are increased prospects that the forthcoming general elections in Nigeria will be peaceful and credible. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United...
'19Jan
11

Opposition’s Tshisekedi wins DR Congo presidency

The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DR Congo) opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi was yesterday named the provisional winner of a long-awaited presidential poll paving the way for the nation’s first transfer of...

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