Top Universities turn money management into gift that keeps giving
13 December 2018 | 8:28 am
Top Universities are offering money management services for donors looking to give away funds to charity and reaping the benefits of the returns.
16 Mar 2021
Students at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) are demanding the resignation of Director Adam Habib after he used the N-word in an online meeting. Habib claims people have "rushed to judgment."
27 Mar 2021
The medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says its staff have been attacked and some witnessed Ethiopian soldiers killing at least four men in the war-torn northern Tigray region. Also, Burundian radio stations broadcasting over the border from Rwanda have been ordered to shut down. Conditions set by Gitega for the resumption of relations with Kigali mean bad news for exiled journalists. And finally, Scotland's University of Aberdeen will return a controversial bronze sculpture to Nigeria, after a review found that it had been looted.
30 Mar 2021
Several major banks are set to lose billions of dollars over links to the hedge fund Archegos, after financial troubles at the firm sparked a massive sell-off of shares. Nomura and Credit Suisse have said they will suffer significant losses, which caused their share prices to plunge on Wall Street on Monday. Archegos was backed by former star trader Bill Hwang. Also today, we look at how the wine industry in Argentina has seen rising sales during the pandemic.
24 Apr 2021
The German Constitutional Court's decision paves the way for Berlin to ratify the EU's €750 billion recovery fund. Judges said they had not found any indication that the approval was unconstitutional.
30 Apr 2021
Nigerians for the reformation of the Nigerian Police force, has thrown up the Police Trust fund which is primarily tasked with raising money to help in training and retraining of police personnel.
26 Apr 2021
The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu says strong efforts must be made to address insecurity problems affecting agricultural productivity in the country.
28 Apr 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.
1 Jun 2021
In the wake of the devastating fire in the Jagger Library in Cape Town, restorers are trying to save what they can. So far the salvage has been a success.
13 Jun 2021
Thousands took to the streets in opposition to the expensive project as soaring debt to China and Prime Minister Viktor Orban's overly friendly attitude toward Beijing anger many.
26 Jun 2021
The European Commission has given the green light for France's request for €40 billion from the bloc's coronavirus recovery fund. More than half the money will be used for green transition and digital investments. Also in the show: on the five-year anniversary of the Brexit referendum vote, British businesses reflect on what's worked and what hasn't.
4 Jul 2021
Dentists and researchers at the Khon Kaen University designed the equipment which they claim prevents the spreading of virus through aerosols by 99.99 per cent.
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Russia has released the US basketball player, who had been serving a 9-year sentence in a penal colony, in exchange for a notorious arms dealer. US President Biden has said Griner is "on her way home."
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German police conducted nationwide raids and arrested 25 people suspected of belonging to a far-right "terrorist cell." Investigators believe some of them were plotting to overthrow the government.
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Russia is expanding its attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine. At the start of winter, there are hundreds of thousands of people without electricity or heating. DW reporter Jan-Phillipp Scholz met some of them.
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A Mozambican court on Wednesday found a former president's son and 10 other people guilty on charges related to a $2 billion "hidden debt" scandal that crashed the southern African nation's economy, sentencing them each to more than 10 years in prison.
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Tourism in Turkey made a comeback in 2022. The low value of the Turkish lira has attracted tourists, yet citizens are struggling due to inflation.
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Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani, the right-hand man and ex-boyfriend of company founder Elizabeth Holmes, is planning to appeal an almost 13-year prison sentence for fraud. Prosecutors argued he played an essential role in defrauding investors of $900 million. Theranos falsely claimed it could run blood tests with a single prick of a finger.