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08:51 | 0 | Emg, weforum.org
The 41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closed today on a note of hope, progress and optimism. On the final day of the meeting, the Co-Chairs of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011 expressed broad optimism that the global economy will grow, but not without some
09:11 | 0 | MIA
Stocks across the Middle East are tumbling as regional markets open back up following a weekend of violent protests in Egypt.
13:39 | 1 | Tanjug
Riots in Egypt could trigger changes which will undermine American foreign political goals and make the position of Washington in the Near East weakest in last half a century, today Wall Street Journal writes on Monday.