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Apple and Samsung's patent dispute continues

Apple and Samsung are returning to court to establish how much the South Korean firm must pay in damages for infringing patents. Their patent dispute dates back of August of last year, when a jury found Samsung guilty of infringing

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Apple and Samsung’s patent dispute continues

Apple and Samsung are returning to court to establish how much the South Korean firm must pay in damages for infringing patents. Their patent dispute dates back of August of last year, when a jury found Samsung guilty of infringing

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Once the world's 7th richest man is now going bankrupt

Brazilian former billionaire Eike Batista has filed for a second bankruptcy protection this year. His shipbuilding firm, OSX Brasil, has filed for bankruptcy protection, with an estimated debt of about USD 2.3bn. This comes only two weeks after its sister

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Once the world’s 7th richest man is now going bankrupt

Brazilian former billionaire Eike Batista has filed for a second bankruptcy protection this year. His shipbuilding firm, OSX Brasil, has filed for bankruptcy protection, with an estimated debt of about USD 2.3bn. This comes only two weeks after its sister

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Supreme Foundation opens computer lab for disadvantaged students in Kabul

Supreme Foundation, a registered charitable trust established by the global supply chain solutions provider Supreme Group, has recently opened a computer lab to support the education of 2,000 disadvantaged students attending Khushal Khan #1 High School in Kabul. The project

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First bus station opened in Sheberghan city

Sheberghan city’s first bus station was inaugurated today after 5 months of construction work. The facility is funded by Regional Afghan Municipalities Program for Urban Populations (RAMP UP). “The project consists of two phases. The first phase is completed and

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WFP provides food to displaced families in Kabul

The UN-World Food Program (WFP) will begin distribution of winterization package in December to nearly 5,000 displaced families living in Kabul Informal Settlements (KIS). Most of these families have migrated from Helmand, Uruzgan, Kapisa and several other provinces escaping war

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Where are US dollars going to in Afghanistan?

According to findings by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), as many as 43 companies based in Afghanistan are linked to terrorist networks. A notable example given in the report is a road construction company partly owned by

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