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Trump is amazing. Here’s the science to prove it

Trump is amazing. Here’s the science to prove it

This column is really good. Actually it’s amazing. In less than 650 words, it will explain the success of President Donald Trump – and also show how to beat him.

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People who eat more organic foods may be slightly less likely to develop certain cancers, a French study suggests.

Khashoggi case has put MbS right where Erdogan wants him

Khashoggi case has put MbS right where Erdogan wants him

At about noon today two regional leaders are due to make landmark addresses. In Riyadh, the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, Mohamed bin Salman (MbS), will open an investment showpiece declaring the kingdom open for business.

New trade pact leaves most US industry at Mexico courts’ mercy

New trade pact leaves most US industry at Mexico courts’ mercy

The new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many US businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico’s court system.

Saudi story of  ‘fistfight’ that went wrong not convincing

Saudi story of ‘fistfight’ that went wrong not convincing

This is where truth and realpolitik collide. Saudi Arabia’s belated, incomplete and highly tendentious explanation for the death of Jamal Khashoggi is barely credible, and will certainly be dismissed by critics of the Saudi regime and by the journalist’s friends ...

Burning farms herald pollution season in Delhi

Burning farms herald pollution season in Delhi

Harpal Singh struck a match and watched his fields burn, the acrid smoke drifting towards New Delhi where a lethal smog cocktail is once again intensifying over the world’s most polluted megacity.

Are Britons really softening on immigration?

Are Britons really softening on immigration?

In the United Kingdom, the new conventional wisdom is that attitudes toward immigration are softening. A headline in the Financial Times this July stated that “negativity about immigration falls sharply in Brexit Britain.

Organised sports help kids develop healthy bones

Organised sports help kids develop healthy bones

Young adults who played in organised sports as children and teens have stronger bones than peers who were less active as kids, a new study suggests.

Banking system in Qatar ‘capable of facing risks’

Banking system in Qatar ‘capable of facing risks’

HE the Governor of Qatar Central Bank, Sheikh Abdullah bin Saoud al-Thani, affirmed that the banking system in Qatar can easily face unfavourable circumstances because the banks operating in the country, both local and foreign, enjoy high capitalisation that enables ...

Qatar well on course to be region’s highly competitive economy

Qatar well on course to be region’s highly competitive economy

Qatar’s calibrated plans to join the elite club of ‘10 most competitive economies in the world over the next 10 years’ have been endorsed by the global community through a report released last week.

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