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27 September 2021
'Facebook Files' intensify the firm’s image problem
INT: 'Facebook Files' deepen the firm’s image problem
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27 September 2021
Abu Dhabi will pivot to ‘soft power’ security policies
UAE military engagement abroad since the 1990s has earned it the nickname ‘Little Sparta’. Its activities included a lengthy mission alongside NATO forces in Afghanistan…
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BURKINA FASO27 September 2021
Burkina Faso reforms are unlikely to stem violence
Following a relative slackening of activity, 480 civilians were killed between May and August alone, bringing the total number of Burkinabe deaths since the first attacks…
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27 September 2021
Gas prices expose Europe’s energy vulnerability
The cost of gas-fired generation sets the electricity price in much of Europe today. Falling indigenous production has left Europe reliant on gas imports and exposed it to…
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27 September 2021
German election points towards centrist government
GERMANY: Election points towards centrist government
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27 September 2021
Gold surge will boost Bolivian exports
So far this year, gold sales to India have seen that country displace Brazil as Bolivia’s most important commercial partner. While providing employment for workers in the…
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27 September 2021
Guzman's death highlights legacy of terrorism in Peru
Allegations about ‘terrorist’ and ‘communist’ leanings played a leading part in the polarising elections that brought new President Pedro Castillo to power.
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27 September 2021
Iraqi Israel row may help Iran, hurt Sunnis in polls
IRAQ: Israel row may help Iran, hurt Sunnis in polls
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