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UAE Consul in Kurdistan visits referendum polling station

September 26, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The UAE Consul in Kurdistan, Rashid Al-Mansouri, visited a polling station in Erbil yesterday where Kurds voted in a referendum to separate the northern Kurdistan region from Iraq, Al-Araby Al- Jadeed newspaper quoted an Iraqi official in Baghdad as saying. According to the unnamed source, Al-Mansouri and other diplomats visited the polling station in the Ain Kao district and met with the station director and took pictures with the citizens who were voting. “The consul’s visit is very strange and we do not know whether it is personal or official, but in any case it is considered a violation and a confirmation of the UAE’s [intention] to divide Iraq,” the source said, pointing out that the Iraqi Foreign Ministry will […]

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Israel is struggling to adapt to the end of the Syrian conflict

As the Syrian conflict gradually winds down it is becoming easier to identify the winners and the losers. At a global level the conflict is seen widely as a big win for Russia, and by extension a loss for the United States. However, despite their significant differences, Russia and the US have established an uneasy accommodation in Syria, as demonstrated by a succession of local ceasefire deals. The same logic applies to Turkey and Iran, two major regional powers which are setting aside their differences to focus on the bigger picture in post-conflict Syria. However, there is one clear loser in the conflict which is unable to reach an accommodation with its regional foes: Israel. The Zionist state has failed […]

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Energy is rallying once again, but investors are wary

September 26, 2017 crude oil 0

The energy story this year follows one heartbreak after another.

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British trade delegation explores business opportunities in Egypt

September 26, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The UK Trade Envoy to Egypt, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, arrived in Cairo on Saturday with a delegation of UK companies seeking to explore various business opportunities in Egypt, the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) announced yesterday. The delegation consists of 14 multi-sector British companies, including infrastructure, defence, healthcare and agriculture. The companies include London International Patient Services, Rolls Royce and Bombardier, with 70 per cent of those involved being new investors in Egypt. The delegation is due to meet with a number of Egyptian officials, including the Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, the Chairman of the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone), Admiral Mohab Mameesh, as well as the ministers of investment, housing, trade, transport and petroleum. They are also expected […]

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Nexus Earth Conference Explores Potential of Blockchain Technology

September 26, 2017 Sterlin Lujan 0

Nexus Earth ConferenceThe first Nexus Earth conference kicked off this last weekend in Aspen, Colorado. It ran from September 21 to 23. The Nexus Earth team referred to the event as the “dynamic think tank” of the year. Leaders in many disparate fields came together and discussed the future of blockchain and society. These individuals represented the […]

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Mario Draghi: European Central Bank Has ‘No Power’ to Regulate Bitcoin

September 26, 2017 BitNewz.net 0

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has indicated that his institution does not have the powers to regulate cryptocurrencies.

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Patent Filling Suggests Bitcoin Exchanges may be Monitored

September 26, 2017 Sterlin Lujan 0

patentA new invention patent has been filed by FICO. The invention is a tool that will allow FICO, government, and others to collect financial data from Bitcoin exchanges. The tool is designed to support AML and KYC regulations. The patent is called “Advanced Learning System for Detection and Prevention of Money Laundering.”  Also read: Korea’s Largest […]

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Bitcoin Price Watch; $4,000 Back In Play

September 26, 2017 Samuel Rae 0

It’s Tuesday morning and it’s time to set up our strategy for the day’s trading in the bitcoin price in Europe. Action overnight was pretty good to us in the sense that we were able to jump in and out of the markets not just for a nice breakout trade but also for a breakout … Continue reading Bitcoin Price Watch; $4,000 Back In Play

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