Iranian authorities arrested the deputy governor of the Central Bank Ahmed Araghji

On Sunday, the Iranian authorities arrested the deputy governor of the Central Bank for Foreign Currency Affairs, Ahmed Araghji, after being ousted from office, another official and four foreign exchange traders, in parallel with the growing anger in the street against the economic and foreign policies of the mullahs' regime.

Iran is approaching the abyss

Iran is approaching the first batch of US economic sanctions, and with it the fire is raging under the ashes amid fears of a complete collapse of the country's economy.

Iranians in fresh protests in Tehran and most parts of the country, and long rows of cars in front of a gas station in the city of Khammam to supply oil, amid fears of rising prices crazy, against the backdrop of the continued collapse of the dollar exchange rate and the continued deterioration of the economy.

Names, Hollywood stars involved in the largest network of brothel "Nexium"

The FBI has dismantled the largest sex trafficking network under the cover of a "religious sect," based in Albany, called Nexium, which was founded and operates under the guise of women's rights advocacy, and includes groups of Hollywood movie stars and models.

The head of the network, Keith Ranier (57 years), was arrested in Mexico in March 2018, after the Federal Intelligence Service gathered information and evidence confirming that he was the operator of the network.

China boosts economic war against America in South Africa

As part of China's economic crackdown on African countries, Beijing will launch $ 14 billion in investment projects in South Africa, President Cyril Rumphosa said after talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Pretoria on the eve of a BRICS summit.

Ramavosa said investment would focus on infrastructure, agriculture and technology.

Xi Jinping said his country would "take effective measures to increase its imports from South Africa in support of the government."

Successful business tips in the world

Businessmen: Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg, Chief Executive Officer of Facebook, and Warren Buffett, Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, give you tips if you want to become rich

* Work for your personal account

The rich are people who have rejected the job, often establish a project and work for their own. On the other hand, the middle income earns a steady monthly salary from the job so that they can enjoy stability in their lives.

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world

According to the Bloomberg Pioneers Index, the chairman of Amazon Electronics Group Jeff Bezos is the richest person in the world with a $ 150 billion fortune ahead of Microsoft founder Bill Gates with $ 95 billion, according to Bloomberg.

Bill Gates' fortune reached $ 100 billion in 1999, a ceiling that has made Bezos, 54, much more.

Cristiano Ronaldo causes Fiat factory strike in Italy

Italian car maker Fiat belongs to the family of Aniele, owner of Juventus, who signed a deal to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid.

The deal prompted the Fiat trade union to call for a strike to protest against its value, which amounted to more than 100 million euros.

A meeting between Alwaleed bin Talal and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and discussed economic issues, the future of the private sector and his role in the success of the Kingdom's Vision 2030. He stressed that Kingdom Holding Company will be the largest supporter of vision through more than one investment sector.

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