Friday, June 26, 2015 — it was the second Friday of Ramadan. Three countries were left shocked by three separate terror attacks.
Last Friday, in France, an Islamist named Yahya Salhi killed his employer, Herve Cornara.
The Bank’s 20th century mission — to help countries finance their development — will remain vital for the foreseeable future.
Terrorists ruined the chance to celebrate Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi’s first year in power, while the Egyptian media was preoccupied with the assassination of the attorney general and th
Greece has carried on its back a crippling debt load for the last five years. How crippling? Very crippling.
Last week, Skytrax World Airline Awards were announced.
The previous week was undoubtedly one of the most successful in the presidency of Barack Obama and will likely play a major factor in his legacy for years after he leaves office.
The 40th anniversary of India’s infamous Emergency this June saw a great deal of interesting, if predictable, commentary.
As word spread that the United States will soon turn its interests section into a full-fledged embassy in Havana, Cubans standing outside the mission on Wednesday voiced hope for a better future.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has indeed taken a good and highly inspiring decision to donate his wealth worth $32 billion to charity. (“Prince Alwaleed pledges entire wealth to charity,” July 2)
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