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Posted: 06-04-2008
IRAQ. Iraq's political leadership called on all parties to disband their militias before provincial elections this year, an apparent attempt to isolate the populist Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.
Posted: 06-04-2008
UAE. The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) said it believes that the country's fast-paced growth should be accompanied by a dynamic civil society movement together with the participation of the community in order for it to be sustainable.
Posted: 06-04-2008
UAE. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs says the government is seeking to implement a number of laws and measures to curb inflation, to ensure that a proper price monitoring mechanism is in place for consumer protection and to combat monopoly by creating a special department at the Ministry of Economy.
Posted: 06-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. African economies are forecast to grow by an average of 6.2% in 2008 after a strong 2007, but the struggle against extreme poverty and international support for systemic improvement lag behind, according to a new United Nations report.
Posted: 06-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. Banks should step forward with all their problem investments in order to restore confidence in financial markets, the European Union's top financial regulator.
Posted: 06-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. European Union finance ministers and central bankers broke a deadlock this week over making the EU’s multi-trillion-dollar securities trading infrastructure safer.
Posted: 06-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. Development ministers from the Group of Eight (G8) nations yesterday agreed to increase official development assistance to Africa and other impoverished nations.
Posted: 07-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. The head of the International Monetary Fund gave a gloomy report yesterday on prospects for the world economy to a dozen leaders debating how to respond to global financial turmoil.
Posted: 07-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. GCC states yesterday agreed on fresh impetus for efforts to create a single currency by 2010 and resist pressure to revalue currencies or drop their dollar pegs unilaterally to offset soaring inflation.
Posted: 07-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. The likelihood of the rise and popularity of Islamic movements in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is the theme of a new book released recently by the Emirates Center for Studies and Strategic Research (ECSSR).
Posted: 07-04-2008
EGYPT. Several textile factories have been hit by strikes in the past two years. Now a planned general strike led by workers at Egypt's largest state-owned textile factory has failed to take place, after security forces seized the plant.
Posted: 08-04-2008
IRAN. A new WorldPublicOpinion.org polls finds that although Iranians continue to view the United States negatively, they strongly support steps to improve US-Iran relations.
Posted: 08-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. Modern agricultural practices have exhausted land and water resources, squelched diversity and left poor people vulnerable to high food prices. Business as usual is no longer an option, states the International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD).
Posted: 08-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. As the number of people living in cities this year outranks the number living in rural areas for the first time, and 19 'megacities' emerge with more than 10 million inhabitants, top United Nations officials this week stressed the importance of understanding how successful cities have dealt with pollution, slums and other issues.
Posted: 08-04-2008
ALGERIA. The rural revival national strategy is designed to help nearly 4,000 local development projects.
Posted: 08-04-2008
INTERNATIONAL. A new face of hunger is emerging. Even where food is available on the shelves, there are now more and more people who simply cannot afford it, says UN World Food Programme Executive Director Josette Sheeran.
 
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