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India's Narendra Modi indirectly compared his country with China during a Davos address, according to one expert.
Davos "is very efficient for people like myself because all our clients are here," said Martin Gilbert, co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Rappler's case "is a tragic reminder to Facebook of the central role it plays in shaping political discourse," said a human rights lawyer.
Hoping to generate youth interest in state finances, Singapore's finance ministry paid 50 users to post on the annual economic blueprint.
The daily average density of ultra-fine dust stands above 50 micrograms per cubic meter, widely considered harmful.
"If there are difficulties, Ireland can be part of the solution for passporting," says an official at Ireland's finance department.
"Otherwise you have to get off the train across the border and then find another train, it just doesn't make sense."
"They should know that train and bus carrying our delegation to the Olympics are still in Pyongyang."
Americans "are operating in completely different information universes," the former president said in an interview with David Letterman.
The U.S. made a move this week to strengthen its relationship with Taiwan, raising eyebrows in China.