Wagner Group is deeply involved in parts of Africa

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The Wagner Group, a mercenary army with business connections, nearly reached Moscow in what many believed was a coup attempt to oust Russian President Vladimir Putin before abruptly turning around last week.     But the Wagner Group has been involved in several African countries since 2017, according to Council on Foreign Relations. The council added that…

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Barbados’ Prime Minister said poor countries need more help in fighting climate change

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Signs hanging outside the Paris Conference on Climate Change greeted attendees with strong words.  The signs said “End Fossil Finance†and “Make Polluters Pay,” promoting the conference, which was held in Paris. Leaders from more than 80 countries attended the meeting, which ended Friday. Mia Mottey, Barbados’ Prime Minister who cosponsored the conference with French…

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Michael Jordan has a new set of wealthy partners

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Basketball is a team sport, and Michael Jordan, the owner of the Charlotte Hornets, has added two wealthy owners to the team and it cost them a reported $3 billion. Jordan recently announced that Gabe Plotkin, the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Melvin Capital, and Daniel Sundheim, the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of…

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