Palantir CEO Karp on Silicon Valley, ICE, 2020 election
08 September 2019 | 5:25 pm
Palantir Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Alex Karp discusses the firm's contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, co-founder and chairman Peter Thiel 's support of President Donald Trump, and the possibility of an initial public offering in 2019.
5 Apr 2019
LULAC Chief Executive Officer Sindy Benavides, Caesars Entertainment Executive Vice-President for Corporate Responsibility and Public Policy Jan Jones Blackhurst, and National Immigration Forum Executive Director Ali Noorani speak with Bloomberg’s Jackie Simmons at the Bloomberg Equality Summit in New York.
29 Apr 2019
Military spending has surged across the globe, according to a new report published by SIPRI. With new advances in defense technologies, countries are spending more to gain an edge.
8 May 2019
Four persons detained by immigration service in Katsina over illegal migration.
20 May 2019
The CEO of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe says Nigeria is at a sweet spot for a fundamental change as far as digital technology and payments are concerned. He made this remark on the side-lines of the Africa FinTech Foundry while speaking to CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa on the need to take advantage of available technology to build Nigeria’s economy.
3 Jun 2019
Lanhee Chen, director of domestic policy studies at the Hoover Institution, talks about President Donald Trump's trade and diplomatic policies.
10 Jun 2019
United Technologies has agreed to buy Raytheon in an all-stock deal that’s one of the defense industry’s biggest-ever transactions.
12 Jun 2019
Peter Arment, senior research analyst at Baird, examines the deal to combine United Technologies Inc. and Raytheon Co.
10 Aug 2019
Nearly half of the 680 people detained in the largest US immigration raid in a decade have been released pending deportation trials. Teachers have described the "devastation" of children left home alone after the raids.
4 Sep 2019
Immigration begins capture in Lagos
21 Nov 2019
The comptroller General of customs, Hammed Ali says 317 smugglers and 146 illegal immigrants have been arrested since the partial closure of the land borders.
28 Jan 2020
The US Supreme Court has allowed hardline immigration policies introduced by US President Donald Trump to take effect. Permanent residency, or "green cards," can now be denied to applicants who rely on public programs.
22 Feb 2020
The Comptroller General of Nigeria’s Immigration Service, Muhammed Babandede says Africa’s future may include a common passport and no land borders. He joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on the new visa policy and how it affects Africans.
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The first-time demographic shift could have repercussions for British unity. When Northern Ireland was founded in 1921 as part of the United Kingdom, two-thirds of the population were Protestant
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Olawale Abdulmajeed, a 32-year-old Nigerian medical student, fled Ukraine after the Russian invasion. His escape took him from Dnipro, Ukraine, all the way to Dordrecht in the Netherlands. With the sound of exploding bombs still in his ears, he is now trying to make a new life. But how did he experience the whole escape? And what difficulties is he facing now? Olawale tells his story.
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German ministers have indicated that people fleeing Russia could apply for asylum in Germany after President Vladimir Putin ordered what he called a "partial military mobilization."
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SEFE, formerly known as Gazprom Germania, could become the second German gas importer to be protected from bankruptcy after Russia cut off supplies.
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Segregation in Northern Ireland is a long-running issue in the political and social history of Northern Ireland. The segregation involves Northern Ireland's two main voting blocs—Irish nationalist/republicans (mainly Roman Catholic) and unionist/loyalist (mainly Protestant).