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January 12, 2012 2:02 by Eva Fernandes
Hatred of bankers is one of the world’s oldest and most dangerous prejudices says The Economist. So is this a crime the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement is guilty of?
“A typical day would start with meeting the bodyguards, getting into the armoured car, and zooming off to one of the ministries. A place with so much violence – but with such hospitable people – is intriguing”–no these are not the words from a James Bond novel, but from chartered accountant Adam Bates who specialises in forensic accounting for KPMG, and was on the trail of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s missing oil-for-food millions in Baghdad.
Ten years of Guantanamo
From pictures of prisoners arriving in Guantanamo, to the protective measures in place at Camp X Ray, this gallery from Reuters provides a chilling look at life through the years at Guantanamo.
Maybe you missed this short video that was up on Gulf News documenting the rehabilitative process for some prisoners at a Dubai. Focusing on a TV chanel made for, about and by prisoners alone, this video provides an interesting looking at life in a UAE prison.
Is it true you’d choose professional training over a bonus? That’s what our exclusive survey with over 1,500 drones in the UAE and KSA says! Check out the what else the drones had to say..
Motorola’s Droid Razr MAXX Almost Achieves the 24-Hour Battery
What is this, an android phone maker that giving much needed attention to extending the unfortunately small battery life. So what will does Motorola’s Razr MAXX look like? Take a look at this article for more.