Chess SPLM boycotts elections in north

South Sudan's main party has said it will boycott this week's parliamentary and municipal elections in most of northern Sudan.The Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) said it would refuse to participate "on all levels" in 13 of the 15 northern states


Chess Messi hits four as Barca sink Arsenal

UEFA Champions LeagueVenue: Camp NouDate: Tuesday, 6 April Kick-off: 1945 BSTCoverage: BBC Sport website, BBC Radio 5 live and Live on Sky SportsBarcelona will be without key striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg-tie aga


Chess Australian regulator extends Rio-BHP review

Competition regulator extends its probe into the $116bn iron ore production joint venture between the miners for a second time


Chess Kazakh threat to expel expat oil workers

Kazakhstan turned up the heat on a foreign consortium led by UK's BG Group and Italy's Eni that is developing one of the country's biggest oil fields, threatening to deport expatriate workers for allegedly breaching immigration laws


Chess How To Make Money From Blogging With Chris Brogan

This question comes up a lot especially amongst small business owners and entrepreneurs:  How do I make money from blogging? The bottom line is there are TONS of ways to make money directly and indirectly from your blog including selling a product or service, spon


Chess Rio-BHP tie-up comes under fresh scrutiny

The latest setback for the two companies' proposed iron ore joint venture came when the Australian competition authority extended its probe into the tie-up for the second time


Chess Bulgaria’s Capital City Hall Launches Official Blog

The first official blog of the City Hall of Bulgaria's capital Sofia was launched on April 1, the municipal press center informs Tuesday. On the internet address blog.sofia.... Source


Chess Bulgaria Requests Answers from Siemens over ID System Glitches

Bulgaria's Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has requested an urgent phone conversation with a high-ranking employee of the German company Siemens over software problems with the biometric ID system. The information was reported by the Interior Ministry's pres


Chess Comedians Henry and French split

Comedians Lenny Henry and Dawn French are to separate after 25 years of marriage, a spokesman for the couple has said.Neil Reading said the couple made the decision six months ago but had continued to live together in "constant discussion". The couple's s


Chess Bulgaria PM Reveals New Fraud in Energy Sector

Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, declared a probe is investigating violations in insurance policies of State energy companies and in contracts of the National Electric Company (NEK). Borisov, who spoke Tuesday, warned the result of the probe in 5-year ins


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