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Op-Ed: Ancient micro continent traces found in Indian Ocean

Sydney - It’s the Holy Grail for the Earth sciences. An ancient micro continent has been found. The Seychelles are believed to be the modern remains of this continent, submerged during the breakup into modern continental land masses.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 3 comments

Ancient continent hides beneath Indian Ocean

Underneath the sands of Mauritius, located in the Indian Ocean, lays a secret. Deep beneath the sands lays an ancient continent.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Associated British Foods caught in global tax scandal

The Associated British Foods (ABF), one of the biggest British multinationals, whose brands include Silver Spoon sugar and Twinnings Tea, has been accused of avoiding to pay its million-dollar tax bill to Zambia, one of the poorest countries in the world.
In the Media by Raluca Besliu - 3 comments

Brit tourist Karen Garner spends $6,000 to save dog in Mauritius

Hopeman - A British animal lover Karen Garner, spent £3,685 (nearly $6,000) to bring home a stray dog she found while on holiday in the tropical island of Mauritius.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Switzerland stung by allegations of Indian black money

According to various official and unofficial estimates, Indians are accounted among the largest beneficiaries of black money deposited in tax havens off-shore. Apart from Switzerland, there are several other off-shore ill-gotten money destinations.
In the Media by Ajit Jha

Op-Ed: Monkey trafficking from Mauritius for money

Despite repeated reports of cruel treatment of primates at some research facilities in the US, wild monkeys are reportedly being transported into US research facilities from abroad, raising questions about the ethical treatment of research animals.
In the Media by Ernest Dempsey - 5 comments

Brian May and Bill Oddie back Stop the Baby Trade campaign

Queen guitarist Brian May and wildlife expert Bill Oddie have teamed up with the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) to add their support to the Stop the Baby Trade campaign.
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley - 2 comments

Another bird species 'gone the way of the Dodo'

Antananarivo - BirdLife International announced today, in the 2010 IUCN Red List update for birds, the official extinction of the Alaotra Grebe, a bird endemic to Madagascar no seen for the last 25 years.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 1 comment

IMF says African economy recovering faster due to private sector

Nairobi - The International Monetary Fund has announced that the African economy is recovering much quicker than a lot of other regions of the world and they believe the private sector was a key attributing factor to the recovery.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

IMF to begin sales of 191.3 tons of gold bullion 'shortly'

The International Monetary Fund has announced that it will begin to sell 191.3 tons of gold bullion soon to reduce its dependence on lending revenue.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

India may buy more gold from IMF, gold soars

Earlier this month, the government of India purchasd $7 billion worth of gold bullion and now there have been talks that India may buy more from the International Monetary Fund. When this news report hit, gold hit another benchmark at $1,180.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 2 comments

Somali pirates move 3 hijacked vessels, 40 captive mariners

Pirates have taken a hijacked Italian tugboat and two Egyptian ships with 40 captured mariners on board, close to the Las Qoray village, located on the faultline with disputed Puntland and Somaliland. The pirates fear reprisal attacks from rival gangs.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 1 comment

Global Corruption Index: Somalia most corrupt, Denmark least corrupt

Transparency International’s 2008 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) scores show Somalia and Iraq are the most corrupt countries in the world, with Denmark being the least corrupt.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 4 comments

Google launches special sites and services for the Olympics

Google has added multiple sites and services to its various properties for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The company gives the latest updates and information that can be accessed worldwide.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 2 comments

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