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NYT | Today's Headlines | November: World

Most To  Mobwembefr Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Sunday, November 30, 2014 World In Comeback Stride, Sarkozy Wins French Party Leade rship NYT |  Tloday's  Headlines  By AURELIEN BREEDEN With a preliminary total of 64.5 percent of the votes, former President Nicolas Sarkozy gained control over the center-right opposition and established a steppingstone in his attempt to run the country again. Pope Brings Message of Interreligious Peace to Istanbul By SEBNEM ARSU The pope's visit to Turkey is considered a message of solidarity with the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the Orthodox Church, which represents nearly 300 million Orthodox Christians worldwide. Taliban Overrun an Afghan Army Base By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN and ROD NORDLAND The insurgents killed as many as 14 soldiers in one of their deadliest attacks against Afghan soldiers this year, local of

The Economist Insights | Weekly Digest:How risky is 'small' data? Originally Published on November 28, 2014

Weekly Digest Issue #55 Analysis A lack of data is putting retail banks at greater risk. This  Economist Intelligence Unit  report, sponsored by SAP, investigates how banks are using big data to improve risk-management and compliance performance. Download full report   UAE Expats and the Bottom Line Download → The future for CIOs Download → The new silk road Read more → The future of healthcare in Africa Read more → View all analysis >> Opinion Mental health is everyone’s business “ In the UK, despite the fact that one in six workers is experiencing depression, anxiety or stress, many do not feel able to discuss this at work or seek support. ” Sue Baker,  Director , Time to Change Read the full article>> Closing in on microbiome therapy Read more → Don't underestimate the socio-economic impact of depression Read more → Greening our cities Read more → Rethinking leadership Read more →