Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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US official urges Congress to tighten immigration restrictions

White House chief of staff Mike Mulveni called on Congress to tighten restrictions on the entry of illegal immigrants into the United States. "The United States needs the cooperation of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador in order to limit...

After African Union, El-Sisi to chair Arab-European Summit on Sunday

Egypt all set to host the Arab-European summit scheduled for next Sunday, which will discuss several important issues, including illegal immigration and refugees besides disputes, particularly Libya, Syria and others. The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Mahmoud Afifi,...

Mexico adjusts immigration policy to US investments

The left-wing government in Mexico has chosen a policy shift in the country's perspective on immigration after the United States pledged to invest 4.8 billion dollars in cooperation and development with Mexico to tackle the migration crisis, which has...
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Mozambique and Tanzania launches joint operations against rebels

Mozambique and Tanzania would start joint operations to fight an insurgency, under an agreement that also includes the handover...
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US-based Chinese opponents support Trump’s allegation of fraudulent election

Some Chinese opposition activists in the field of human rights residing in the United States, who support Donald Trump's hard-line stance towards Beijing, have...

Systems Limited Wins Forbes Asia’s Best Under A Billion Award 2020

Systems Limited – a next-generation global technology company enabling enterprises to reimagine their businesses through information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing (BPO) services...

Global tax evasion hits $ 427 billion annually

Governments around the world lose about $ 427 billion annually due to fraud and tax evasion as companies and wealthy people divert their money...

Australian special forces involved in murder of 39 Afghan civilians, war crimes report alleges

According to the results of the years-long Canberra investigation into the conduct of Australian Special Forces personnel in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016, the...