Thursday, July 02, 2015
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Business

#Italy report shows rampant public sector corruption

Financial authorities say billions of dollars worth of public contracts last year were lost in fraud or squandered.

Read more: #Italy report shows rampant public sector corruption

   

#Greece to make debt repayment to #IMF

Government gives go-ahead for meeting deadline on $485m loan instalment despite doubts that it could pay.

Alexis Tsipras

Read more: #Greece to make debt repayment to #IMF

   

#Kenya cracks down on #Somalia financial networks

Somalia's central bank governor says 13 money transfer firms have had their accounts closed by Kenyan authorities.

Garissa

Read more: #Kenya cracks down on #Somalia financial networks

   

#Greece agrees to repay #IMF debt this week

IMF chief Lagarde says $501m to be sent by April 9, despite speculation Athens may not make payment.

Read more: #Greece agrees to repay #IMF debt this week

   

Massive power cut causes chaos in #Turkey

Blackout in more than a dozen cities across the country causes chaos in public transport and airspace, officials say.

Read more: Massive power cut causes chaos in #Turkey

   

#Taiwan seeks membership of major Asian investment bank

Country says it will apply to join Beijing-backed institution as it seeks further regional economic integration.

Read more: #Taiwan seeks membership of major Asian investment bank

   

#Kenya hits out after UK issues travel warning

Kenyan officials say they are "shocked and concerned" their allies told citizens to avoid nation's coastal resorts.

Read more: #Kenya hits out after UK issues travel warning

   

#Apple boss Tim Cook to donate $800m fortune to charity

Cook says he will set aside money for his 10-year-old nephew's college education, and give the rest away before he dies.

Read more: #Apple boss Tim Cook to donate $800m fortune to charity

   

Greek and German leaders hold debt talks

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hold talks in Berlin but differences remain.

Read more: Greek and German leaders hold debt talks

   

Saudi Arabia denies political motives behind oil policy

Riyadh rejects criticism over its decision to let oil prices slide, saying drop is due to supply and demand factors.

Read more: Saudi Arabia denies political motives behind oil policy

   

Page 8 of 10

Spotlight

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Israeli settlements

Donation

Thanks to all of our supporters for your generosity and your encouragement of an independent press!

Enter Amount:

Featured_Author

Login






Login reminder Forgot login?
Register Register

Subscribe to MWC News Alert

Email Address

Subscribe in a reader Facebok page Twitter page