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Archive for February 10th, 2017

Observations of an Expat: Trump’s Aim

Joe Raedle/AFP   By Tom Arms   What is Trump’s Aim?

In setback for Trump, U.S. judges reject travel ban

David Ryder/Reuters   By Dan Levine and Mica Rosenberg President Donald Trump suffered a legal blow on Thursday when a federal appeals court refused to reinstate his executive order temporarily banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

Interview with Actress Stefanie Powers

Photo/David Hartley   By Hazel Speed It was such a great honour that actress Stefanie Powers kindly agreed to answer twelve questions which I put to her for publication in Tuck Magazine.

Dump Jubilee, ditch NASA, go ‘small’ and elect the man from Turkana

Georgina Goodwin/AFP   By Joe Khamisi Two observations Kenyans have often shared relate to the political domination of certain tribes in the leadership of the country and associated concerns over the growing build-up of ruling dynasties.

Poetry

Paul Sakuma/AP   By Michael Marrotti

Fiction: How Much We Have Become

By Chinua Ezenwa-Ohaeto

Classic Money Laundering

ANP photo   By Ricardo Swire Rabobank N.A is one of the Netherlands’ largest financial institutions. Fiscal specialists allocate a “Triple A” rating to the influential entity in Europe, the Bank’s assets worth more than US$550 billion.

Speaker John Bercow: No Confidence motion tabled by Tory MP

PA photo   By Hazel Speed This latest news does not surprise many. The only wonder was its timing, no doubt delayed so as not to affect the important outcome of the Brexit Vote on Wednesday.

Poetry

Lee Friedlander   By Bob Eager