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Russia votes but outcome is clear: 6 more years of Putin

He expressed hope that Putin will continue to stand up to the United States and the West and will improve living standards at home. During the campaign, Putin traveled across Russia pledging to raise wages, spend more on the country's crumbling health care ... read more

Stories for August 2014

GOVERNMENT ministers and Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) representatives celebrated the government’s official claim of majority economic interest in the telecommunications company during a luncheon held at the Balmoral Estate yesterday. read more

Laying down the cudgels and debating the policy

But the way it was shaping up, such a win might not have been all it could be across the community. The electorate will punish when it feels the need; but equally an incoming government is better placed to govern with aggression and confidence when its own ... read more

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A final word on Marshall’s comments

What we saw Thursday was Marshall doing the bare minimum in order to avoid a fine. (Just like how he showed up to training camp on July 27, four days before other veterans to avoid a major fine.) He waited until the final two minutes of the open locker ... read more

Africa: Pambazuka News 241: International Criminal Court - A Ray of Hope for the Women of Darfur?

For the Darfur Consortium, their advocacy strategy will now move from advocating for referral to the ICC to pushing for ICC cooperation by the Government of Sudan, monitoring the GoS to prevent it from attempting to circumvent the ICC process and giving ... read more

The troubled face of Russian business

In total, according to the firm, roughly $1.5 billion has been spent buying the assets that now make up Russia's biggest oil producer ... and rumours that he was also giving money to the Communists—he said only associates of his did—made it look ... read more

Midday Open Thread

Nobody at DKos has yet mentioned this new article by Murray Waas at National Journal about the upcoming trial of Lewis Libby. Waas concentrates on the question of how much Cheney's role in the outing of Valerie Plame will be the focus of attention for the ... read more


A general view taken from Damascus shows smoke rising from the rebel-held enclave of eastern Ghouta following fresh air strikes and rocket fire on Feb 27. A fledgling ‘humanitarian pause’ announced by Russia in Syria’s rebel-held enclave was ... read more


Future of 3 more units in the nation remains pending. Even women employees will benefit with higher salary in hand with their PF contribution being reduced to 8% for three years, indirectly giving a push to the consumption cycle. The policy is likely to be ... read more

Stories for February 2016

posted: 02/29/2016 3:44 p.m. LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' decision to move up its primary and former Gov. Mike Huckabee's exit from the presidential race has put the state in the spotlight, with White House hopefuls and a flurry of television ads crowding the ... read more

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