Articles by Daniel Tovrov

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Irish Birth Rate Soars Over Rest Of Europe

According to the Economic and Social Research Institute's latest Perinatal Statistics Report, Ireland's birth rate increased nearly 30 percent over the past ten years, equating to about 17,000 more births in 2010 than ten years prior.

Can Morsi Heal And Unite A Fractured, Post-Mubarak Egypt?

Morsi inherits an Egypt that has become crestfallen since the revolution as the democratic process stalled and the military seized control. His first tasks will be rebuilding the economy, increasing security and fostering social unity so that this great and patient people could reap the fruits of its sacrifices.

Syrian Pilot Gets Asylum In Jordan

Jordan has agreed to shelter the pilot, identified as Col. Hassan Hammadeh, while the Syrian government has called him a fugitive from the service, a traitor to his country and to his military honor.

Syria: Red Cross Waits For Homs Truce

The Syrian government and rebels have agreed to a temporary truce in the city of Homs in order to allow the International Committee of the Red Cross to evacuate civilians from the city.

UK Ministers To Boycott Euro 2012 Quarterfinal

British officials will boycott the nation's Euro 2012 quarter-final against Italy in Kiev on Sunday because of concerns over human rights in Ukraine, in particular the continued imprisonment of former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko.

Iraq Camp Relocation Problematic For Iran's MEK

The State Department on Tuesday warned Iranian exile group Mujahideen-e Khalq, or MEK, to comply with its relocation from Iraq's Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriya if it hopes to be removed from the United States' list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations.



The Tax Filing Platform Catering to America's Growing Expat Community

With tax season in high gear as millions of Americans navigate the complexities of the tax code, one segment of the population is often overlooked for the unique challenges they face when filing their tax returns. American expats living across the globe whether it be for work, pleasure or family obligations, contend with the same tax requirements as their fellow citizens living stateside except in some cases they often have to file additional paperwork as well as a more costly filing process.

US House Republicans Launch Investigation Of Manhattan DA In Trump Probe

U.S. House of Representatives Republicans went on the offensive on Monday against a possible criminal indictment against Donald Trump, launching an investigation into the New York City prosecutor who is probing allegations that the former president paid hush money to a porn star ahead of the 2016 election.