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The start of the year hasn't been great for banking revenues, but some firms have made big gains even in a slower market... eFinancialNews »
Super Bowl LI: Patriots win thriller over Falcons in overtime Feb. 5, 2017, 8:32 p.m. The New England Patriots scored 31 unanswered points to defeat the Atlanta... LA Times »
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Online courses can help you level up your career, stay competitive, and even help your snag a brand new opportunity. Unsure which to take? Here are eight courses you can take from the comfort of your sofa, all teaching resume-worthy skills.... Forbes »
Through executive action bookmarking both ends of 2016, the Let’s Change government has reformed the regulatory framework for the broadcast media and telecommunications sectors. With dominant players and severe deficiencies in the quality of services, the president has reshaped the playing field. Will new investment and technology now arrive? And what happens now to pluralism? Santiago Marino, a specialist from the universities of Quilmes and Buenos Aires, analyses the problems and opportunities of a new reality.... Buenos Aires Herald »
The leader of the French National Front Party, Marine De Pen, stated that she shared Moscow's stance regarding the crisis in Ukraine... Pravda »
Ex-president acquitted this month on all charges of murdering protesters before he was ousted in Arab spring uprising in 2011
Egypt’s former dictator Hosni Mubarak has left the Cairo military hospital where he had been held in custody for much of the past six years, and returned to his home in the Cairo suburb of Heliopolis, his lawyer said.
Mubarak, 88, was acquitted by Egypt’s highest appeals court on 2 March of conspiring to kill protesters in the final verdict in a long-running case that originally resulted in him being sentenced to life in prison in 2012 over the deaths of 239 people in Arab spring protests against his rule. A separate corruption charge was overturned in January 2015.Continue reading... The Gaurdian »
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