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terça-feira, 5 de abril de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Afghan Spy Agency Arms Villagers to Fight Islamic State

IRELAND NEWS-THE IRISH TIMES- Grehan used law firm to shield assets from Nama

ZERO HORA-NOTICIAS-(SOMOS BONECOS NAS MÃOS DE POLITICOS-OU DANÇAMOS OU MORREMOS COM SUAS LEIS)

UKRAINE NEWS-KYIVPOST-Fox News: Poroshenko says he doesn't trust Putin

OGLOBO-BRASIL-(CUNHA CHAMA CARDOSO DE MENTIROSO) VEJA AQUI.

EL PAÍS-SPAÑA-La repetición de las elecciones favorecería la abstención y al PP


Afghan Spy Agency Arms Villagers to Fight Islamic State

In an opium heartland in eastern Afghanistan, the country’s spy agency is recruiting villagers to defend villages recaptured from Islamic State. in a day

Global Stocks Fall as Gold, Yen Gain

Global stocks fell while gold and the yen gained, as lower oil prices and an uncertain global economic picture kept investors cautious. in a day

New Rules on Tax Inversions Threaten Pfizer-Allergan Deal

The Treasury Department imposed tough new curbs on corporate inversions, shocking Wall Street and throwing into doubt the $150 billion merger between Pfizer and Allergan, which was on track to be the biggest deal of its kind. 242in a day

Disney’s Succession Plan in Disarray With Executive’s Departure

Succession planning at the world’s largest media company fell into disarray as Tom Staggs, Walt Disney’s operating chief and the heir apparent to CEO Robert Iger, unexpectedly said he would step down. in a day

ELECTION 2016

What to Watch for in the Wisconsin Primary

After a difficult week for Donald Trump, and unfavorable demographics for Hillary Clinton, challengers Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders look set to have a strong night in Wisconsin. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains. in a day

Ted Cruz Confident of Wisconsin Win

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz speaks at a press briefing on Monday in Madison, Wis.
As Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump finished campaign sprints across Wisconsin on Monday, the Texan appeared on the verge of his first primary victory in more than a month over the Republican presidential front-runner. 84in 21 hours

Panama Papers: Big Banks Are Top Users of Offshore Services

According to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, some of the world’s biggest banks were the heaviest users of services provided by Mossack Fonseca. in a day

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