After Bahrain, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates, Morocco has also decided to recognise the state of Israel.
Despite the steady flow of war reports from the Defence Ministry of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), there is no indication that the Sahrawis have made even the slightest advance in their plan to achieve sovereignty.
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Americans are voting this year in the midst of a severe pandemic, an economic crisis, and historic civil unrest. Now, with just weeks to go until the election, a fierce Supreme Court battle looms.
Russia foreign policy of the last fifteen years is said to have been quite successful. At the same time there are indications that show ideological content lacking consistency regarding main global development trends.
Yemen, officially known as the Republic of Yemen is located on the south-west corner of the Arabian Peninsula.
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For the first time since India first celebrated Republic Day on January 26, 1950, there will be two parades in India’s capital Delhi next week.
The website for Greenlight Advantage Group calls chairman and founder Dr. Terrence Cash, “the nation’s No. 1 business, money and wealth coach” and Dr. Cash’s LinkedIn page says he’s been chairman and CEO of the Orlando company since 2010.
“The time to buy is when the blood runs in the streets.” This phrase by Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a historic English banker at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, always comes to mind whenever a moment of serious economic crisis has to be faced.
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In relation to GDP, Croatia, Bulgaria and Greece receive more non-repayable loans: 10% of GDP is reached. Italy wins the ranking in absolute terms, but free funds are limited to 1.9% of our economy. Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden have red accounts. But the timing between collections and payments makes the difference.
Since ancient times Egyptians depend on the Nile as demands for water is rapidly increasing in response to growing population, industrialization, food production and employment generation. The Greek historian Herodotus wrote, “Egypt is the gift of Nile”.
India and Nepal have been bickering for months over the border between the two countries, with the South-Asian neighbour even promulgating a constitutional amendment claiming Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura as part of its territories.