The Algerian presidential election, set for 17 April, appears to have been rigged in favour of the ruling president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, according to local activists and trade unionists. Bouteflika is seeking a fourth term in office despite his poor … Continued
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Today in America a chief executive earns 273 times more than the average worker. Everyone from the 99 per cent to President Barack Obama now sees that growing inequality stymies economic growth and diminishes every society. Yet the richest … Continued
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