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10 gunmen killed in Egypt Sinai operation: MENA CAIRO: Egyptian security forces killed 10 "terrorist" gunmen and captured 20 in an operation in the Sinai Peninsula over the past 48 hours, state news agency MENA reported on Sunday."Security operations carried out by the armed forces and police in north Sinai to hunt down armed terrorists... (resulted) in the liquidation of 10 of these armed terrorist elements," the agency said, citing a security source.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2013

China orders nationwide government debt audit BEIJING: China's National Audit Office will conduct an audit of all government debt at the request of China's State Council or cabinet, it said in a statement on Sunday, underlining concern over rising debt levels in the world's second biggest economy.The audit office, responsible for overseeing state finances, made the announcement in a one-sentence item on its website, but gave no details on the audit.The official People's Daily newspaper said separately on its website, citing ...

Small Indian retailer locked in trademark fight with Gap NEW DELHI: An Indian recycling company which uses junk to create accessories is fighting a legal trademark suit launched by US clothing giant Gap Inc demanding that the firm change its name.Green the Gap, an Indian company which runs three stores in the country, mainly sells accessories and home decor items made out of waste including beer cans, rubber tyres and fruit cartons.Vimlendu Jha, founding owner of the firm, which also sells clothing for other ...

Obama cheers 'victory' in Korean War on 60th anniversary WASHINGTON: The US president, marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War, said Saturday the armistice that left a sharp division between the communist north and capitalist south was not a "tie" but a "victory."Barack Obama's remarks are a counterpoint to a ceremony in Pyongyang, where North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un unveiled a renovated Korean War museum with a US-baiting centerpiece in the form of the spy ship USS Pueblo, captured in ...

US expressed 'deep concern' over Egypt 'bloodshed': Kerry WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday he has expressed Washington's "deep concern" about the "bloodshed and violence" in Egypt that has killed scores.In a statement, Kerry also said Egyptian authorities have "a moral and legal obligation to respect the right of peaceful assembly and freedom of expression."Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2013

South Africa controversial Malema launches party SOWETO: Populist politician Julius Malema launched South Africa's newest party Saturday to take on the ruling African National Congress, whose youth wing he once headed, in polls next year.Malema's leftist Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) held its first general assembly in Soweto, the Johannesburg township which was a hotbed of resistance against white minority rule."We are in the opposition" Malema told journalists. The party will push for land to be expropriated without compensation and nationalisation of ...

Kuwait votes with turnout key amid opposition boycott KUWAIT CITY: Kuwaitis voted on Saturday in the Gulf emirate's second parliamentary election in eight months with a less than moderate after the opposition urged a boycott.Polling began slowly in the morning but increased slightly later to drop again at around noon.Turnout in some districts was under 20 percent by 02:00 pm (1100 GMT), according to state-run Kuwait Television.Turnout was higher in some constituencies, especially in tribal areas, but no official figures were provided.Polling stations ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
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