Here Are Seven Ways Argentine Debt Crisis Could Get Fixed
www.bloomberg.com

For the second time in 13 years, Argentina is in default on foreign-currency debt. Government talks with holdout creditors from its original 2001 default, including Paul Singer's Elliott Management Corp., aimed at averting the crisis ended without …

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5 things to know about Argentine debt crisis
americasmarkets.usatoday.com

The country saw five presidents in two weeks, the government stopped payment on more than $100 billion in debt – the world's largest sovereign default, and by the end of the crisis the country's economy had shrunk by a fifth. U.S. hedge fund managers …

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Does religious bias begin with your CV?
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“There has been a privatisation of religion,” said Michael Wallace, a sociology professor at the University of Connecticut and co-author of the recently published studies. “We're perfectly willing to acknowledge the right to religious freedom, but we …

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Religion has taken center stage in America's political debates
www.latimes.com

There are many more Muslims in the world and a fair share of them feel compelled to enforce their version of religious truth. The Taliban in Afghanistan, the army of militant Sunnis in Syria and Iraq and numerous radical, religiously motivated factions …

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The Global Religion Crisis
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The U.S. State Department's annual report on international religious freedom released this week makes for bleak reading. Violent repression of religious believers the world over, whether at the hands of governments or of unchecked thugs, is creating …

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Harley Pasternak: Losing Weight Quickly Can Actually be Healthy
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Successful long-term weight loss is all about permanently replacing unproductive habits with positive habits. How about the ASAP factor? I see my clients regularly lose 5 pounds in 5 days. And no, it's not anywhere near as grueling as walking for 8 …

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Power Plant Bombed In Gaza Is Insured By U.S. Government
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WASHINGTON — As lawmakers on Capitol Hill scrambled to approve increased military funding for Israel this week, a little-noted federal agency across town prepared to spend as much as $84 million to compensate an American company for losses sustained …

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China Says Pro-Government Imam Murdered in NW
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Official reports said police killed dozens of the assailants, who reportedly first attacked police and government offices before turning on civilians. More details haven't been released and the precise death toll remains unknown, although China called …

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