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Bits and Pieces in Dinarland Tuesday Night 3-28-17


Samson:  Prime Minister's Office: Abadi and Sisi discussed economic cooperation

Prime Minister2017/3/28 22:03

Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who is currently visiting {Jordan}, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi economic cooperation between the two countries.

A statement by the Prime Minister 's Office, received by the agency {Euphrates News}, a copy of it, that Abadi "received on Tuesday on the sidelines of the Arab summit, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt , Abdel - Fattah al- Sisi, was discussed during the meeting ways to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries, especially in economic fields and trade and the fight against terrorism and the victories achieved on the terrorist Daesh gangs. "

A Second Passport Is Like An Insurance Policy 

Notes From The Field  By Simon Black
March 28, 2017   En Route to the United States 

This Guy Has  Eight Passports

A few weeks ago I caught wind of a guy who has citizenships from eight different countries. 

This “octa-citizen” has passports from Canada, UK, Ireland, Belize, Grenada, Dominica, St. Kitts, and Cape Verde. 

Let’s be honest-- that's probably way too many. But the concept of acquiring multiple nationalities is completely sound.