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RMS, the world’s leading catastrophe risk management firm, today announced that it is expanding its Asia Pacific presence with a new Singapore office. The office, led by Paul Burge

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Further increasing its global expansion to solidify its spot as the leader in the visual communications industry, FASTSIGNS® International Inc., the worldwide franchisor for the mo

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By Chijioke Ohuocha LAGOS (Reuters) – French cement maker Lafarge will combine its South Africa business with publicly traded Nigerian unit Lafarge Wapco, listing its Africa interests together on the Lagos bourse, its country chief executive officer said on Tuesday. Guillaume Roux said the deal, worth $1.35 billion, will see the Lafarge group get $200 million in cash and 1.4 billion new shares …

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KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Madinah Nalukenge recalls the day she set out to sell food on the filthy edges of a bus terminal in the Ugandan capital in 2004. She had just $10 left over from a failed attempt to sell bed sheets.

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By Ed Cropley JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Winter arrived in South Africa this week, covering hills and highlands with snow in a fittingly chill metaphor for an economy beset by everything from labour unrest and flat-lining output to rising inflation and waning external confidence. South Africa’s problems are many and complex but at their root is the collapse of the balance struck in the dying days …

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South Africa’s quarterly business confidence index was unchanged at 41 index points in the second quarter of the year, indicating the majority of companies were still unhappy with operating conditions in Africa’s most advanced economy, a survey showed. The Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) survey, conducted by the Bureau for Economic Research (BER), has hovered around the 40 mark for over a year.

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Convictions for aiding and abetting crimes in Sarajevo and Srebrenica were overturned in March 2013. The Hague tribunal prosecutor this week asked appeals judges to reconsider their acquittal of wartime Yugoslav army chief Momcilo Perisic

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PESHAWAR – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Thursday his government is making a new law as well as taking practical steps for improving quality of law enforcement to curb terrorism as restoration of peace is their topmost priority.

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As official results show a resounding win for Ilham Aliyev, reporters on the ground spot voters so keen to vote that they do so repeatedly. Voters go to the polls in Azerbaijan’s presidential election

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The second prosecution witness to appear in The Hague says deputy president never called on supporters to drive people out of the Rift Valley. A prosecution witness testifying against Kenya’s deputy president in The Hague has told judges that he never heard the defendant inciting people who attended his political rallies ahead of the December 2007 election. The protected witness, who is known only by the reference PO 326, said that in the run-up to the polls he attended various campaign rallies led by William Ruto, at that time deputy leader of the Orange Democratic Movement, ODM, party.

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Istanbul-Turkish authorities have arrested dozens of people protesting in the fiercest anti-government demonstrations the country has witnessed in years, with riot police firing tear gas on demonstrators in Istanbul and Ankara. According to a report via Aljazeera, 60 people were detained on Friday as they protested in Istanbul at a rally which began over the

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Independent Newspapers was attacked by a group called Anonymous Africa on Wednesday over the newspaper group’s alleged support of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.

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A large bomb has killed three civilians in western Kabul this morning, shortly before the international military coalition officially passed responsibility for the security of Afghanistan to national forces. Related Stories At least three killed in Kabul bombing as Nato hands back military responsibility to Afghan army At least three killed in Kabul bombing as Nato hands back security lead to …

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IRSCare Czar strong-arming Hospitals in April 2012

If you doubt the involvement of Sarah Hall Ingram in the persecution of the Tea Party, Conservatives, and Christians under her watch as the head of the non-profit division of the IRS, perhaps you should review the action of the IRSCare Czar just a few weeks after her appointment. Continue reading →


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