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The birth of the new coalition government between the populist Five Star Movement and the centre-left Democratic Party marks the end of the latest Italian political crisis – for now.
The death of several migrants, mostly from Bangladesh, when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea after it left Libya hoping to reach Europe, brings to the fore the continuing plight of migrants.
Europe and North America have absorbed the largest share of the world's 272 million migrants, a population that has grown by 23 per cent over the past decade, according to a UN report.
Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, has announced that it will now be divided into six separate entities, and the news has sent its market shares soar. It is seen as a signal from the Chinese government that free market is alive and kicking, and that Chinese authorities realise that they need the private
The weird merry-go-round involving Twitter’s unpaid bills shows no sign of slowing. On this whirl, it is KKR suing the social media company for failing to pay rent on office space in Oakland, California. Already in arrears in Boston, San Francisco and London, the beleaguered bird is now facing a demand for
Even before he was formally sworn in as Scotland’s first minister, Humza Yousaf had made his first mistake. Not offering his defeated rival Kate Forbes a senior post in his cabinet and is a big error that will return to haunt him. The former finance secretary rightly turned down a demotion to the rural affairs
I have come to Sharjah from Europe for a week just to see Ramadan in the UAE. I am in love with the vibes of the UAE. It is so spiritual being in the UAE that I can’t even express in words. My friend took me to Dubai and Abu Dhabi and I had a great time with them. I liked the hospitality of the people.