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Business - 5 Apps for Maintaining a Successful Product Launch

Launching a new product or an app is one of the nicest feelings in the world of business, there is so much anticipation that accompanies a new idea, so much creative energy that is dying to come outside and manifest itself. Even if things don`t always go as planned, there is so much learning opportunities to be had for every product that we do...

Thursday, April 23, 2015  08:36


Middle East - Open Source: As War Grinds On, Yemenis Share Their Anguish Online

Online dispatches from Yemeni bloggers and activists were filled on Wednesday with despair over the growing toll of the conflict.

Thursday, April 23, 2015  02:09


World - Nobel writer Vargas Llosa backs Islam critic Hirsi Ali

Nobel-winning writer Mario Vargas Llosa on Sunday praised Somali-born Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a women`s rights advocate and leading critic of Islam, calling her `one of the most valuable` adversaries of `Islamic fanatics`. In a column in top-selling Spanish daily El Pais, the Peruvian hailed Hirsi Ali`s latest book `Heretic` in which she argues for a major overhaul of Islam, akin to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. `Islamic fanatics wanted to bring her to an end and they have not managed to do so, it is not impossible that they will keep trying as she is one of the most articulate, influential and valuable adversaries which they have in the world,` Vargas Llosa wrote. Hirsi Ali left the Netherlands for the United States in May 2006 following a bitter row which broke out when she admitted lying about her age and name in her Dutch asylum request.

Sunday, April 19, 2015  16:53


World - Yemeni foreign minister rejects peace talks call from ex-president

By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON (Reuters) - Yemeni Foreign Minister Riyadh Yaseen on Sunday rejected a call for peace talks issued by former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and said a Saudi-led military campaign against Iran-allied Houthi fighters opposed to his government had not ended. `These calls are unacceptable after all the destruction Ali Abdullah Saleh has caused. Saudi Arabia said last week it was ending a month-long campaign of air strikes against the Houthis, who seized large areas of Yemen, and that it would back a political solution to bring peace to its war-ravaged neighbor. `There will be no deal with the Houthis whatsoever until they withdraw from areas under their control,` such as the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

Sunday, April 26, 2015  18:38


World - Yemen minister rejects peace talks call from ex-president

Yemeni Foreign Minister Riyadh Yaseen on Sunday rejected a call for peace talks issued by former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and said a Saudi-led military operation against Houthi militia had not ended. `These calls are unacceptable after all of the destruction Ali Abdullah Saleh has caused. Saleh, whose loyalists have been fighting alongside Iranian-allied Houthi rebels who toppled the central government, on Friday called on all Yemenis to return to political dialogue to find a way to end the country`s spiraling conflict. Yaseen was speaking after air raids, naval shelling and ground fighting shook Yemen on Sunday in some of the most widespread combat since the Saudi-led alliance intervened last month.

Sunday, April 26, 2015  18:02


Business - Oil falls on strong dollar and as Saudi output remains near record high

By Himanshu Ojha LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices fell towards $62 a barrel on Monday on a strong dollar and as Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said production would stay around 10 million barrels per day (bpd) in April. Brent crude was trading down $1.20 at $62.25 by 1147 GMT, down from an intraday peak of $64.34. The dollar was up 0.47 percent against a basket of currencies , denting the price of crude oil. Production in the world`s biggest crude exporter would stay near record peaks around 10 million bpd in April, Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi told Reuters on Monday in Seoul, where he is due to attend a board meeting of the state oil firm Saudi Aramco [SDABO.UL].

Monday, April 20, 2015  13:12


World - Australia brokers intelligence-sharing deal with Iran

Australia and Iran will share intelligence to track foreign fighters working with the Islamic State group in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Monday, as lawmakers urged caution. In the first trip to Iran by an Australian minister in more than a decade, Bishop said it would be an informal arrangement. Her comments came after a meeting with Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif, President Hassan Rouhani and Ali Akbar Velayati, foreign affairs adviser to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Monday, April 20, 2015  06:55


World - Ferguson wants to see his Manchester United record broken

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson insists he wants another boss to surpass his astonishing haul of silverware at Old Trafford. The Scot oversaw the arrival of 38 trophies in his 27 years in charge of United before retiring in 2013 and, having also won 11 more competitions during his preceding career in Scotland, Ferguson is the most successful manager in British football history. First there was the great Sir Matt Busby (who rebuilt United in the years after the Second World War and led the club to its first European Cup triumph in 1968) and then there was me.

Sunday, April 26, 2015  12:00


World - Seventeen bodies found at Everest base camp, injured rescued by helicopter

By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Seventeen bodies have been recovered at the base camp on Mount Everest where hundreds of climbers are stranded after an earthquake in Nepal on Saturday triggered an avalanche on the world`s highest peak, a mountaineering official said. The first injured were helicoptered out in the morning, Romanian climber Alex Gavan tweeted from base camp. U.S. climber John Reiter said dozens of people had suffered critical injuries, many of them with head injuries. Seventeen bodies were recovered after part of Everest base camp was engulfed by the snowslide, Ang Tshering Sherpa, president of the Nepal Mountaineering Association, told Reuters.

Sunday, April 26, 2015  06:01


Sports - Baltimore baseball fans urged to stay in stadium due to protests: social media

(Reuters) - A message on a scoreboard at a Baltimore baseball game has asked fans to stay at Camden Yards as protests continue outside the stadium, according to social media. The scoreboard said the city`s mayor and the police department had asked `all fans to remain inside the ballpark until further notice,` according to photos posted to Twitter and a report from local television station WBAL. (Reporting By Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles; Editing by David Gregorio)

Sunday, April 26, 2015  03:20

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