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Criminal Dark Side Of Sunshine Paradise Islands

Caribbean islands are not the relaxing, sun-kissed paradise destinations most travellers dream about. The truth is crime against tourists is out of control on islands like The Bahamas, St Lucia and Honduras, according to the US State Department. The US government...

Islamic State Receives Millions In Bitcoin Donations

The Islamic State is rumoured to be banking a massive hoard of Bitcoin, the controversial cryptocurrency only available online. Outside of the control of governments and central banks, Bitcoin is tough to track online and makes shifting money easier for...

How You Know If You Are In A Midlife Crisis

So you have hit the midlife crisis and are ready to splash some cash to boost your self-confidence – but is having a good time worth it at the expense of your pension? The latest research shows a third of...

QROPS for Australia Residents Still Possible

Australia QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme) may have been blitzed by new UK tax rules, but there are still options for expats who want to switch their pension away from Britain. For those who are unsure about what to...

Russian Air Strikes Prop Ailing Assad Forces

Strikes by Russian fighters against militants in Syria have added a new dimension to the toxic mix of civil strife and politics in the Middle East. Russia has spent recent weeks building up a presence at Moscow’s only Mediterranean base...
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Nigel Green The Man at the Forefront of the Financial Industry

Budding entrepreneurs and those with the ambition to formulate their own brand of success in any field, should look no further than Nigel Green for inspiration. As the head of deVere Group, Green has built the world’s largest global financial...

Bail Out Voters Vent Their Feelings At The Polls

Alexis Tsipras was sworn in for a second time as the prime minister of Greece this year despite an astonishing U-turn on his bail-out election pledges of just a few months ago. It does not seem long since the will...

Apple Acknowledged The Third Problem In iOS 9.

IPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus are selling like hot cakes today, but the case is not same with iOS 9. First, there were download failures, then upgrade problem and now third problem is on the rise. Apple has...

Youtube Announces New Subscription Service Format

It is known that YouTube wanted to unveil an ad-free subscription from a very long time. The information is true but the cost and details of this feature are not clear yet. According to the Recode report, the launch could...

50 Pakistani Websites Hacked In Response Of Kerala Gov. Website Hacking

On Sunday, the world woke up to the news of Pakistani hackers hacking official website of Kerala government (www.kerela.gov.in). The website displayed pictures of burning Indian flag and messages like “Pakistan Zindabad”, “Security is just an illusion” and “We...

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Historic Ban For Helmet Attack NFL Player

The longest ever national Football League suspension has been handed out to Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett after a shameful attack on an...

Plugging Into The World’s Fastest Broadband

Britain’s Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is pledging to open the internet to every home in the UK by offering free superfast broadband - but...

Governments Worried Sick Over Heathcare Spending

Healthcare spending is a big issue for voters around the world - but which countries spend the most? The big surprise is the United States...

Is It Possible For Any Politician To Tell The Truth?

It’s fast becoming impossible for ordinary voters to know which politicians to believe. The days of honest statesmen brokering deals behind closed doors in smoke...