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Emigration still Growing

The number of Poles willing to leave Poland is constantly growing. Almost 7% of citizens are considering economic emigration, that is 250,000 more people than last year. 129 more words


South Africa: Violence, Rioting in Anti-Immigration and High Unemployment Area of Johannesburg

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South African hostel dwellers demonstrate against foreigners in Johannesburg, on Friday after overnight attacks between locals and immigrants. 212 more words

French president Francois Hollande's approval ratings -- 20 percent of voters approved of Hollande in most recent poll -- That's an increase

Francois Hollande. Photo: AFP/Getty

(Reuters) – President Francois Hollande’s approval rating has risen, but the vast majority of French voters remain unhappy with his performance, casting doubt on his re-election chances, said an opinion poll published on Saturday.The Opinionway survey in Le Figaro newspaper said 20 percent of voters approved of Hollande, five points up from the last such poll in October. 214 more words

Ch-ch-ch-changes! And A Life Lesson From A Little Kid

The recent solar eclipse of a super moon on the vernal equinox promised to shake up the planet. They weren’t kidding. Everywhere I turn, I hear stories of people whose lives changed abruptly and dramatically in the weeks leading up to and following this astrological event on March 20th, 2015. 720 more words


Graduating soon?


So, you’re graduating in three months or so. Some of you may already have concocted a clear plan for your grand return to Brunei. Most would just want to take things slow for a few months, years of burning the midnight oil and chasing deadlines made you weary. 597 more words


16-18/04/2015 - USD Weakening and Aussie Higher - Market Wrap Up

Aussie unemployment rate has decreased to 6.1% from consensus of 6.3% with participation rare rising and employment change being much better than expected at 37.7k compared to consensus of 15k. 31 more words

Market Wrap Up

British Election Headlines

The UK is currently enduring the general election campaigns of its political parties prior to the vote on May 7th. Needless to say this is provoking the usual raft of daily daft headlines where the balloted buffoons attempt to outdo each other in promising us endless rounds of goodies paid for with our own money. 1,263 more words