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Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

France To Ban Uber’s Low-Cost Service In 2015

Uber’s low-cost ride ride-hailing service will be banned in France from the start of next year, the government said Monday as hundreds...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Standard Chartered to sell Hong Kong consumer business to Pepper-linked consortium

Standard Chartered (STAN.L) has agreed to sell its Hong Kong-based consumer finance business to a consortium that includes Pepper Australia...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Accused of rights abuses, North Korea urges U.N. meeting on CIA torture

North Korea on Monday asked the United Nations Security...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Virginia governor seeks to reinstate restrictions on handgun sales

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat, on Monday...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Obama says he’ll sign government spending bill passed by Congress

President Barack Obama said on Monday he planned to sign a $1.1 trillion...

Ahmed Kaludi on 09th Dec

Supreme Court Could Kick 10 Million People Off Health Insurance

The Supreme Court might be about to blow a hole in Obamacare large...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Ras Al Khaimah a bargain paradise that is worth the move

What brings Becker Paints from Germany, Seah Steels from South Korea and Ashok Leyland from India to a business hub in the United Arab Emirates...

Ahmed Kaludi on 16th Dec

Cheap oil will fuel global economy: World Bank

The slump in oil prices is set to boost the global economy, with crude-importing countries expected to substantially benefit, says the...

Growing criticism about Teach For America and a polarized education reform debate is affecting recruitment of new corps members and the organization “could...

As growing numbers of students report sexual violence, those who seek justice through internal channels at colleges are learning that even when allegations...

Curious about what Donald Trump has to say about the CIA torture report? Doesn’t matter. He offered his opinion anyway, as he does every Monday morning...

A hostage situation in the heart of Sydney hasn’t stopped some passers-by making light of the whole affair, snapping selfies and even knocking back booze...

A new federal survey has found that e-cigarette use among teenagers has surpassed the use of traditional cigarettes, even as smoking of traditional cigarettes...

Mali has released from quarantine the last 13 people being monitored for Ebola, and the country could be declared free of the virus next month if no further...

For most students, science, math, engineering, and technology (STEM) subjects are not intuitive or easy. Learning in general—and STEM in particular—requires...

Marijuana is now legal for medical or recreational use in nearly half of US states, even though the US government still officially puts the...

Scientists have shed light on a mysterious phenomenon that occurs in thunderstorms. They have discovered that gamma-ray bursts – the most...

The former chief executive of JJB Sports has been jailed for four years for taking £1m of backhanders in a “very greedy fraud”. Christopher...

Perhaps this moment in Game 2 of the National League Division Series has slipped your mind by now — there was, after all, quite a bit to keep track...

If basketball is the hip-hop community then the Washington Wizards are the Wu-Tang Clan; a group that can operate independently, but is always stronger...

The notorious file sharing search site Pirate Bay has been offline since it was raided by Swedish police last week. But a limited archive of the site’s...

This winter, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to pass its much-anticipated rules telling Internet service providers what, exactly, it...

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