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  • The End of an Era in Zimbabwe

    The Robert Mugabe Dossier

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    Robert Mugabe once said that he would rule the southern African nation until “God says come.” Yesterday, however, it was not the hand of death but his own hand (following a military coup) that finally deposed the autocrat.

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    Protesters demonstrate outside the Embassy of Zimbabwe in London to call Robert Mugabe to resign on November 18.
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    The former judge, who has twice been removed from Alabama’s Supreme Court for defying federal orders, shows no signs of stepping aside.

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    Beverly Young Nelson (L) alleged during a press conference on November 13, 2017, that Roy Moore sexually assaulted her when she was a minor in Alabama without her consent.
  • What the Paradise Papers Reveal

    The Paradise Papers Dossier

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    The so-called Paradise Papers — a reference to the scenic locales that double as the world’s most tax-friendly jurisdictions — are a massive trove of over 13 million leaked financial records that reveal the offshore activities of some of the world’s most powerful people and companies.

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    The offices of Bermuda-based law firm Appleby are pictured in Douglas on the Isle of Man, a low-tax island off of the west coast England. Appleby, which specializes in offshore finance, is at the centre of the Paradise Papers leak.