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The Cyprus bank deposit tax to save banks, nation's debt

Economic Collapse News | Cyprus debates to impose a bank deposit tax on, vote delayed until Tuesday "Over the...
Mar 18, 2013 by Andrew Moran

Debate: Should U.S. taxpayers pay for former presidents?

A friend of mine forwarded me the 2013 General Services Administration report. The document shows that U.S. taxpayers...
Oct 19, 2012 by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Are Democratic voters 'pro-choice'?

On my break, I was watching some videos from the Democratic National Convention. I found a video from Reason, the...
Sep 5, 2012 by Andrew Moran - 5 comments

CanKor - Canadian interactive resource on North Korea

I covered a North Korean media event over the weekend. There I met with a couple of representatives from HanVoice,...
Jan 31, 2012 by Andrew Moran

Leveson Inquiry live web stream

If anyone is interested in viewing the Leveson Inquiry, you can view the live stream here. Currently as of 11:50 a.m....
Dec 20, 2011 by Andrew Moran
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  • Easing embargo would boost Cuba's moribund economy

    Easing the 54-year-old US trade embargo would be breath of fresh air for communist Cuba's moribund economy, giving greater life to recent reforms by the island's communist regime.
  • Historic breakthrough in U.S.-Cuba relations

    The United States and Cuba made a historic breakthrough in their Cold War stand-off Wednesday, moving to revive diplomatic ties and ease a five-decade U.S
  • National strike paralyses Belgium

    Trade unions brought Belgium to a standstill Monday as the biggest general strike in years grounded flights, cut international rail links and shut sea ports in protest at the new government's austerity plans.
  • Lebanon needs more help to tackle jihadist threat: PM

    Lebanon needs more international help to fight jihadist forces that have launched a series of attacks against the army and kidnapped security forces, the country's prime minister told AFP.
  • Putin meets Erdogan to strengthen Russia-Turkey ties

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday held talks in Ankara with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin aimed at boosting trade and strengthening relations, despite sharp differences over the crises in Syria and Ukraine.
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