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Israel Opens Borders for International Students

The State of Israel announced that new international students would be permitted to enter the country in order to commence their academic studies during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Israeli mining tycoon Dan Gertler on the U.S. blacklist will benefit from Tesla’s Cobalt deal

Tesla signed a deal last month to buy 6,000 tons of cobalt from Glencore, which is obligated to pay Gertler 2.5 percent of all its revenues from Congo's mines.

Mysterious Mass Death of Elephants in Botswana

70% of the elephants drop dead near waterholes. Botswana’s government is yet to test the bodies in what has been described as a ‘conservation disaster’.

Edgars is Going up for Auction after 91 Years of Trading

By Contributing Author Edgars needs buyers to put up a few binding offers, ideally by the end of June 2020. This is the only way...

Africa is preparing for the worst locusts in history

"We hope countries around the world will help us deal with the situation, otherwise civilians will just starve" - The last 70 years

Coronavirus-triggered recession will change how we live, do business and invest

Green: "We can expect this recession to be deep but short. The slowdown will be temporary because it’s not caused by deep-rooted problems and imbalances in the economy.

Global market sell-off will ease with some investors set to ‘make a fortune’

“All assets - even safe-haven ones such as gold and Treasuries - were being shed in order to shore up cash reserves to meet margin requirements. This was a temporary phenomenon," says deVere CEO, Nigel Green 

15 MILLION People will Die from Coronavirus In First Year, study predicts

Research by Australian National University claimes in the worst case, the global death toll could reach a 68 million and deep recessions

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