Yassine Imrani
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AstraZeneca (AZN): UK Firm Set to Buy Pearl Therapeutics For $1.15 Billion+

British drug maker AstraZeneca PLC, has announced it is buying California-based Pearl Therapeutics in a deal worth up to $1.15 billion.

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Gandhi Quote Reminds Us Peace Can Be Achieved Anywhere in the World Today

The International Day of Non-Violence is held on the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of non-violence.
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Unemployment Rate 2012: Euro Zone Unemployment Hits Record High

Unemployment in the euro zone steadily rising and hitting new records. The EU unemployment rate in August was 11.4%, a 17-year high.
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Moroccan Sahara Conflict: Why Disputed Territory Should Remain With Morocco

For all those who doubt Morocco's control of the Sahara , here's the history which proves that the Sahara has belonged to Morocco since the dawn of history.
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Morocco Rightly Rejects U.N. Secretary General Personal Envoy

Government spokesman, Mustapha El Khalfi, announced Morocco's decision to withdraw confidence in Christopher Ross, and asked for redressing the process meant to resolve this issue.
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A Country Is Not Free Without Freedom of the Press

Freedom of the press, although usually observed as an element of democracy, does not have the same meaning everywhere in the world.

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Obama Kicks Off 2012 Campaign With Speech On Saturday

On Saturday, the president and First Lady Michelle Obama will officially hold their first campaign rallies of the 2012 campaign in Ohio and Virginia.
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Millennial Job Prospects Suck: 1 in 2 New Graduates Are Underemployed

When someone is paying $50,000 a year for school, it is worth asking; what exactly am I paying for?
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Counterfeit Goods Booming in China and India: Are You Getting Ripped Off?

The production and trafficking of counterfeit goods has become a momentous industry-wide problem, and it's often represented as a matter of intellectual property stealing.
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Kentucky Bourbon Biz Helps the World Get Drunk On American-Made Alcohol

Kentucky’s signature distilling industry is responsible for nearly 10,000 jobs with an annual payroll of $442 million, generating more than $125 million in state and local taxes every year.
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Best Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Family

On April 22, the world will celebrate the 42nd annual Earth Day. Here's some easy ways you can celebrate and honor the environment with your children.

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Algeria Mourns Death of First President Ahmed Ben Bella, a Charismatic Independence Hero

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has announced an eight-day national mourning starting Thursday after the death of Ahmed Ben Bella.

100 Years After Titanic, Myths Merge With Fact

One hundred years ago, the fascinating history of Titanic, earned a eternal place among the timeless legends in the world.
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Is Somalia Descending Into Chaos? Teen Female Suicide Bomber Detonates Herself in Mogadishu

The presidents of Somalia's Olympic committee and football federation were among at least 10 people killed in a bomb attack during a ceremony.
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Polisario is stealing humanitarian aid to the Saharawi refugees in Algeria

The Polisario pockets a large portion of the donations for refugees and sells them in North African markets to raise money to purchase arms and ammunition.
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To curb adultery, Indonesian civil servants' salaries sent directly to their wives

thousands of male civil servants in northern Indonesia will no longer receive paychecks. Instead, their wives will get their salaries.

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Morocco Launches Construction of the World's Largest Phosphate Washing Plant

Morocco is set to build a phosphate washing plant, worth over $405 million.
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Toulouse Shooting Victim Buried in His Hometown in Morocco

A French soldier of Moroccan origins shot dead by a gunman with alleged Al-Qaeda links in Toulouse, was buried in his hometown in Morocco.
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Murder Rampage in France: Gunman Kills 4 Outside Jewish School in Toulouse, Adds to Terror

A string of gun attacks has sparked panic in France. In each case, the attacker is said to have been a gunman on a moped, using a weapon of the same calibre, striking in broad daylight.