Monthly Archives: October 2015

Motion of no confidence lodged in PNG

Motion of no confidence lodged in PNG

Papua New Guinea’s opposition has formally given notice that it will move a motion of no confidence in the government. A parliamentary committee will now decide if and when the motion will be debated in parliament, which the Post Courier ...

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Briton, 74, facing 360 lashes in Saudi Arabia to be released

Briton, 74, facing 360 lashes in Saudi Arabia to be released

A 74-year-old Briton sentenced to 360 lashes for transporting homemade wine in Saudi Arabia will be released, UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond announced Wednesday. Alcohol — like narcotics, weapons, pork and pornography — are prohibited in Saudi Arabia in line ...

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Khloe Kardashian breaks silence on Lamar Odom

Khloe Kardashian breaks silence on Lamar Odom

Khloe Kardashian knows her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, has a tough road ahead, but she says she “will be there supporting him every step of the way.” The reality TV star opened up to People magazine about Odom’s recovery after ...

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Nigerians free hundreds in raid on Boko Haram camps, army says

Nigerians free hundreds in raid on Boko Haram camps, army says

Nigerian troops rescued 338 people held captive at suspected Boko Haram terrorist camps, the Nigerian army said in a statement Wednesday. At least 30 Boko Haram terrorists were killed during the operation on Tuesday, which freed 192 children,138 women and ...

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Macau can’t survive without gambling

Macau can’t survive without gambling

Macau is trying desperately to diversify its economy away from gambling, but a leading casino magnate says the territory should be careful about going too far. “As bad as it sounds, I don’t think there’s a future for just a ...

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Former Vanuatu PM calls for end to impasse

Former Vanuatu PM calls for end to impasse

A former prime minister in Vanuatu is calling for both the government and the opposition to form a government of national unity to overcome a political impasse. The prime minister, Sato Kilman, is refusing to stand down after half his ...

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Hedge fund assets take biggest plunge since 2008

Hedge fund assets take biggest plunge since 2008

The mountain of money hedge funds control is shrinking. The hedge fund industry suffered a $95 billion decline in assets to $2.87 trillion during the turbulent third quarter, according to HFR. That represents the first drop in hedge fund capital ...

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