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Bombings a Sign of Turkey’s Deep Troubles

October 12, 2015 0

LONDON—Turkey has begun a three-day period of mourning following Saturday’s bomb attacks in the capital, Ankara, that killed nearly 100 people. With contentious parliamentary elections three weeks away, the attacks highlight the challenges Turkey is […]

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Syrian Rebels Poised for Anti-Russia Collaboration

October 9, 2015 0

GAZIANTEP, TURKEY—Russia’s military intervention in Syria is pushing disparate rebel groups to work together more on the battlefield to confront ground offensives unleashed this week by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces in the center and northwest […]

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World Bank Group Stresses Effective Policy

October 6, 2015 0

The World Bank Group has underscored the need for fiscal authorities of governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to implement policies aimed at strengthening tax administration. According to the World Bank, this includes technical capacity building among […]

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Deadly clashes in Guinea ahead of presidential vote

October 5, 2015 0

Conakry – Clashes between supporters of Guinea's ruling party and opposition activists left at least one dead and more than 80 wounded, a charity said Sunday, as tension mounts ahead of next week's presidential election. […]

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