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Fact-checking journalism gains momentum

AFP – The facts are the focus as part of a trend in journalism spreading from the United States to many places around the world. Journalists have always faced up to facts, but a new wave of fact-checking journalism has gained prominence in the past decade to counter misleading or outrageous claims of political figures. …

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Dubai bourse to hold roadshow in London

Reuters – Bourse operator Dubai Financial Market (DFM) will hold a roadshow for international investors in London together with Goldman Sachs to showcase companies listed in the emirate, it said on Monday. Executives from 13 companies listed on the DFM and NASDAQ Dubai will meet investors on April 28-29, it said. United Arab Emirates bourses …

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Emaar plans Dubai, London listing for retail unit: Chairman

Reuters – Dubai’s Emaar Properties plans to list its shopping malls and retail unit in both Dubai and London, the company’s chairman Mohamed Alabbar was quoted as saying on Tuesday. “This will be a dual listing. We are a Dubai company so we have to be in Dubai, but we will list in London. I …

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Why did the Muslim Brotherhood survive in London?

By Hesham Shafick             “The Brotherhood back to jails” might be the theme of the universal attack against the group – led by the Egyptian protesters and military.  Being an MB research specialist, I have developed relationships with MB leaders of all levels and ages. Some of those relationships had grown to be personal, which …

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Much more than just games

By Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace   During this break in the action between the closing of the Olympic Games and the opening of the Paralympic Games in London this Friday, we have a unique opportunity to consider how both events can improve people’s lives …

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Standard Chartered hid huge Iran trade: NY

New York (AFP) — New York regulators accused Standard Chartered Bank of hiding $250 billion in transactions with Iranian banks for almost a decade in violation of US sanctions. Branding the London-based global financial giant a “rogue bank,” state regulators said Standard Chartered systematically disguised foreign exchange deals with Iran in a breach of controls …

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