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Archive for April 18th, 2017

Macron urges French to get rid of old generation as race tightens

Christian Hartmann/Reuters   By Michel Rose Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron urged French voters on Monday to turn the page on the last 20 years and bring a new generation to power, as he stepped up attacks against resurgent far-left and conservative rivals six days before voting day.

Is the NHS guilty of corruption?

PA photo   By Hazel Speed The NHS have been offering bribes to GPs (and who knows if others are also being similarly approached), in the hope they accept what they are being offered so that GPs will stop sending patients to hospitals, regardless of need.

Can India become a global education hub?

Mohamed Yousuf   By Bikash Mohapatra   With a proud legacy, exciting prospects and a proactive government, this is India‚Äôs best chance to make it count and become the education capital of the planet


Reuters photo   By David R Mellor

Drug Smuggling Assaults

Reuters photo   By Ricardo Swire On Wednesday April 12, 2017 US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) and Air & Marine Operations (AMO), seized 1,320 pounds or 600 kilos of cocaine.

The Death Penalty?

AP photo   By Hazel Speed Ruth Ellis was the last person to hang in England (in 1955), and even then, there are those who think she was not guilty of the crime or that at worst, it was manslaughter but then again she may have been protecting someone else, the real murderer.

Are you addicted to your sales targets?

By Siddhartha Rastogi


CP photo   By Lianne Kamp