Archive for the ‘Opinion’ Category

Latest Libyan News – Will A Civil War Start Now?

17.September.2011 · Posted in Opinion

This is a video by a YouTube user about a Libyan studying in London reporting on a story from his friend about the battle in Sirte and the situation in Libya. ...

This is a video by a YouTube user about a Libyan studying in London reporting on a story from his friend about the battle in Sirte and the situation in Libya.

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The man from Istanbul: Erdogan in Cairo

14.September.2011 · Posted in Opinion

And the man from Istanbul came to visit Cairo for the first time since the revolution of January 25 and ousting of Mubarak. Turkey has been in the minds of the Egyptians for months now especially with the talk of Turkish scenario , the admiration of the Islamists with the AKP’s experience and last but ...

And the man from Istanbul came to visit Cairo for the first time since the revolution of January 25 and ousting of Mubarak. Turkey has been in the minds of the Egyptians for months now especially with the talk of Turkish scenario , the admiration of the Islamists with the AKP’s experience and last but not least the Turkish reaction from Mavi Marama.
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Kenya gets grip on rates but faces confidence crisis

03.September.2011 · Posted in Opinion

NAIROBI, Aug 30 – Kenya’s central bank has managed to cool sky-high money market interest rates with its latest policy adjustment, but analysts say it still faces a struggle to restore market confidence and stem weakness of the Kenyan shilling. ...

NAIROBI, Aug 30 – Kenya’s central bank has managed to cool sky-high money market interest rates with its latest policy adjustment, but analysts say it still faces a struggle to restore market confidence and stem weakness of the Kenyan shilling. (more…)

How Nigeria gave Birth to Extremism

28.August.2011 · Posted in Opinion

A few years ago, former Central Bank Governor ‘Comical’ Chukwuma Soludo reeled out the results of studies which clearly indicated that the north east geopolitical region of Nigeria was the poorest and least developed. ...

A few years ago, former Central Bank Governor ‘Comical’ Chukwuma Soludo reeled out the results of studies which clearly indicated that the north east geopolitical region of Nigeria was the poorest and least developed. (more…)