Will High-Yield Market Stay Hungry and Foolish?

By Althea Spinozzi, Sales Trader at Saxo Bank If you are passionate about the financial market, you must have seen some of those old-fashioned Wall Street movies where the trading floor at the exchange was full of screaming people pushing to buy and sell assets. Unfortunately, this romantic image of the financial market we grew

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UAE Victims of Domestic Abuse, Trafficking to Host Art Exhibition

“With all the glitz and glamour that seems to always be promoted about Dubai, it is organizations like the foundation that are weaving the moral fabric of this diverse expatriate and growing community and tackling what are the taboo issues that exist not only here but all over the world,” says Fiona Petrocelli. The Dubai

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Resignation of Moroccan Opposition Figures Sends Shockwaves

By Joseph Hammond The resignation of one the Arab world’s leading secular politicians has surprised politicians and analysts across North Africa.  The sudden resignation of Ilyas El-Omari the head as the head of Morocco’s main opposition party the Party of Authenticity and Modernity (PAM) was announced at press conference on August 7th. Ilyas El-Omari will

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A Quarter of India’s Energy Demand Can Be Met with Renewable Energy

Increasing India’s renewables would save 12 times more than it costs Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., 22 August 2017 — India can raise its renewable energy use to meet a quarter of the country’s total final energy demand by 2030, according to the findings of a report presented today by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Renewable energy

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Nawaz Meets His Demons, Overthrown By Judges, Disgraced in Public Eyes

BY Shaheen Sehbai The Dubious past of Pakistan’s third time Prime Minister, Mian Nawaz Sharif, has finally caught up with him on Friday, 28 July, as the country’s Supreme Court wrote a new chapter in the nation’s history. It removed Sharif from office and has set his entire family to face trials for the billions

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Opinion: A New Middle East Doctrine

By Maktoum Bin Butti Al Maktoum The Qatar situation in the Middle East is not a crisis, but a disaster in broader terms. Unfortunately, even the recent American State Department mediation efforts seem to have underestimated the situation, looking at it as merely a family feud between the brotherly countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council

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Miss World Australia Says Alot is “Misconstrued” About Islam

DUBAI: Bosnian Muslim Esma Voloder, who fled her warn-torn roots has been named Miss World Australia 2017. Voloder, 25, spent time in a refugee camp before her parents fled their native Bosnia during the war that raged on from 1992-1995. She came to Australia as a 5-month-old baby and has come a long way since

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An Egyptian-Canadian Has Been Cast for Disney’s Remake of Aladdin

By Arfa Shahid Egyptian-Canadian actor Mena Massoud has been cast in the leading role for Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin, a feat many view as progress in Hollywood with regards to casting actors of color. It was in that moment, as he looked into her eyes, that he saw a soul so beautfully captivating that

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Egypt’s President Sissi is Bullying Rivals Ahead of His Re-election Bid

A prominent Egyptian lawyer faces trial for making an obscene gesture, as Egypt’s president bullies rivals ahead of his re-election bid By Salma Islam If Khaled Ali is worried, he isn’t showing it. Sitting behind a wooden desk in his office in downtown Cairo, the prominent human rights attorney is discussing his case with the

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