Archive for: June 8th, 2012


Conference aims to boost business in Africa

Hundreds of policymakers and financial experts have converged on Gabon’s capital, Libreville, for a three-day conference aimed at boosting business…

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Palestinians mull observer status at UN

Palestinian Authority looks to mimic Vatican’s non-member status as Israel continues with settlement expansions.

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Opposition claims new Russian law gags dissent

From today the price of protest gets more expensive in Russia, at least for those who break the law. President Putin has signed into effect steep…

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BREAKING NEWS: Another Arrest Related to Alleged Clip Joint – KLAS-TV

BREAKING NEWS: Another Arrest Related to Alleged Clip Joint
KLAS-TV
By Caroline Bleakley, Online Managing Editor – email LAS VEGAS — Metro Police have arrested another person in connection with an alleged clip joint where a British tourist was stabbed in May. Robert Milk was arrested Thursday night for racketeering,

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US urges diplomacy in South China Sea dispute

Obama urges a peaceful resolution of disputes on the South China Sea, amid high tension between Beijing and Manila.

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Dementia patient got £18,000 loan

Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay compensation and refund interest payments on a £18,000 loan it gave to an elderly dementia payment

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Dementia patient given £18,000 loan

Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay compensation and refund interest payments on a £18,000 loan it gave to an elderly dementia payment

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Peer-to-peer lending hits £250m

Peer-to-peer lending via three websites that link savers with borrowers – bypassing the banking system – has topped £250m.

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Credit Agency Declares: ‘Negative,’ US Economy Is Not ‘Doing Fine’

Hours after President Obama declared the private sector was “doing fine” — which he later backed away from after receiving criticism — one of the nation’s major credit rating agencies affirmed it was not.

  • URGENT: S&P Affirms U.S. AA+ Credit Rating, Outlook Negative
  • POWER PLAY: Leaks Become Hazard For Obama Re-Election
  • FOX NEWS POLL: White House failed on economy
  • OPINION: Where’s Obama’s Leadership?


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  • Seven UN peacekeepers killed in Ivory Coast


    Seven UN peacekeepers have been killed in a remote area of southwestern Ivory Coast. They were ambushed during a mission to protect civilians threatened by attack, the United Nations said.
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