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    Egypt GCI ranking of 116th is first improvement since 2011
    Sep29

    Egypt GCI ranking of 116th is first improvement since 2011

    Egypt’s Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) ranking improved compared to last year to come in at 116 of the 140 countries included in the index’s 2015-2016 report. In previous GCI rankings, Egypt came in at: 119 out of 144 countries in the 2014-2015 report; 118 out of 148 countries in the 2013-2014 report; and 107 out of 144 countries...

    The Daily 202: Elizabeth Warren challenges Brookings over research backed by industry
    Sep29

    The Daily 202: Elizabeth Warren challenges Brookings over research backed by industry

    Elizabeth Warren talks with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew in the House chamber prior to Pope Francis’ speech last week. (Reuters/Kevin Lamarque) THE BIG IDEA: — EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Elizabeth Warren today takes her ongoing crusade against the outsized influence of the financial services industry to one of Washington’s most respected think...

    Turkey to build Crimea’s largest mosque
    Sep29

    Turkey to build Crimea’s largest mosque

    Crimea Autonomous Republic’s Grand Mufti says 5,000 people will be able to worship at the same time …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian court extends detention for 2 Russian servicemen
    Sep29

    Ukrainian court extends detention for 2 Russian servicemen

    A Kiev court has extended the detention of two Russian servicemen captured in eastern Ukraine in May, ruling that they will remain in jail for at least two more months. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Turkey to build Crimea’s largest mosque
    Sep29

    Turkey to build Crimea’s largest mosque

    Turkey is set to fully finance the construction of Crimea’s largest mosque, Crimea’s grand mufti said Sept. 28 …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    UN: Over 8,000 people killed in Ukraine crisis
    Sep29

    UN: Over 8,000 people killed in Ukraine crisis

    The assistant UN secretary-general for human rights says more than 8,000 people, including civilians, were killed in the Ukrainian conflict since it was broke out in April 2014. “As of today, at least 8,050 people have been killed since the outbreak of hostilities in Eastern Ukraine in mid-April 2014. This includes Ukrainian armed forces,...

    UN: Over 8,000 People Killed in Ukraine Crisis
    Sep29

    UN: Over 8,000 People Killed in Ukraine Crisis

    TEHRAN (FNA)- More than 8,000 people, including civilians, were killed in the Ukrainian conflict since it was broke out in April 2014, the assistant UN secretary-general for human rights said Tuesday. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Obama, Putin discuss Syria; essential difference over Assad remains
    Sep29

    Obama, Putin discuss Syria; essential difference over Assad remains

    By Jeff Mason and Denis Dyomkin Russia and the United States agreed on Monday to look for a diplomatic end to the Syrian civil war but clashed over the central question of whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should retain power. During a 90-minute meeting, US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed that their armed...

    Trial opens of two alleged Russian soldiers captured in Eastern Ukraine
    Sep29

    Trial opens of two alleged Russian soldiers captured in Eastern Ukraine

    NNA – The trial opened Tuesday of two alleged Russian soldiers captured in eastern Ukraine and accused of taking part in fighting against the Ukrainian army. The pair, said by Ukraine to be members of …read more Source: National News...

    Trial of Russian soldiers captured in E.Ukraine opens
    Sep29

    Trial of Russian soldiers captured in E.Ukraine opens

    Two allegedly Russian servicemen’s case to be heard by Ukrainian court …read more Source: World...

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