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ECB Monthly Bulletin: Risks surrounding Eurozone economic growth remain broadly balanced

November 9, 2017 Mike Paterson 0

Latest ECB Monthly Bulletin just out 9 Nov
– latest data and survey results point to unabated growth momentum in the second half of this year
– ECB’s monetary policy measures continue to support domestic demand
Upbeat assessment overall but understanda…

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Organized begging networks in Baghdad: Children are victims

November 9, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Poverty and financial destitution are no longer the main causes of the spread of begging in the cities of Iraq. Instead, begging has turned into a profitable job which is not limited to the elderly or women. It has rather become dominated by children of all ages, who are spread in markets, traffic junctions, near worshiping places and hospitals, in a phenomenon the country has not witnessed before the 2003 US invasion. Abu Fatima, a merchant in Baghdad, told The New Arab that “children beggars cannot be blamed because they are exploited by brokers and organized networks. This phenomenon has become a threat to drivers and passers-by after beggars turned into using manners that are not limited to asking for […]

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Bitcoin Price Technical Analysis for 11/09/2017 – Pop Higher on Hard Fork Suspension

November 9, 2017 BitNewz.net 0

Bitcoin Price Key Highlights Bitcoin price enjoyed additional volatility on news that the hard fork will be suspended. Price popped up to new highs at $7900 before quickly retreating. The ascending channel marked earlier is still intact, which means th…

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UN warns if no Yemen aid access, world will see largest famine in decades

November 9, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

United Nations aid chief Mark Lowcock warned on Wednesday that if a Saudi-led military coalition did not allow humanitarian aid access to Yemen then it would cause “the largest famine the world has seen for many decades with millions of victims.” The Saudi-led military coalition fighting the Houthi movement in neighboring Yemen said on Monday it had closed all air, land and sea ports to the Arabian Peninsula country to stem the flow of arms to the Houthis from Iran. The move, which follows the interception of a missile fired towards the Saudi capital Riyadh on Saturday, is likely to worsen a humanitarian crisis in Yemen that according to the United Nations has pushed some seven million people to the […]

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Are Journalists An Enemy Of The American People?

November 9, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

As usual, it depends who you ask…

Infographic: Are Journalists An Enemy Of The American People?  | Statista

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Statista’s Niall McCarthy notes that according to the Cato 2017 Free Speech and Tolerance Survey, 63 percent of Republicans agree with President Trump that journalists today “are an enemy of the American people”.

During his presidency, Trump has taken to Twitter to call the national media “fake news” and in mid-February, he tweeted “The FAKE NEWS media is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people. SICK!”

Generally, 35 percent of Americans agree with Trump’s view while nearly two-thirds disagree.

Unsurprisingly, the share of Democrats considering the media an enemy of the people is very low at just 11 percent.

Among Independents, it rises to 38 percent.

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