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Iran ready to resume direct flights to US

This is an update from January of 2014 when Iran had hinted direct flights to America were on the agenda.

Iran is ready to resume direct flights to the United States, a department head at Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization, Mohammad Hada Karmi said.

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Politics

China News | Immigrants

Shanghai debuts new work permit relaxing experience requirements for international students
  • The chuangye is one of a series of visa reforms recently rolled out to attract and retain foreign talent in Shanghai.
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Nationality + Migration

IMF warns Japan over its staggering national debt

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Japan’s debt will be three times the size of its economy by 2030 unless the government acts now to control spending, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

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Politics

U.S. Feature | Guest Workers

The Low Tide of Slavery

The low-skilled counterpart to the U.S.’s highly promoted H1-B program, the H-2 visa program brings guest workers to the U.S. to fill low- or unskilled labor positions, including farm work, construction, household maintenance, and elements of the food harvesting supply chain. 69 more words

Law & Politics

Zimbabwean inventor unveils amazing new prototypes |This is Africa

 Zimbabwean inventor Sangulani Chikumbutso defied at least three laws of physics with his invention of a “self powered generator” reports Malcolm Meja of Zimbabwe’s Business Connect… 192 more words

African
Published on Feb 3, 2015

In this episode of the Keiser Report back in London, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Greek situation and that a nation is not what it thinks it is but what others attempt to hide about that nation – like the fact that it is bankrupt.
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Business & Economics