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Businesses in Europe worst hit by US Iran sanctions


Companies and countries with commercial deals with Iran would have either 90 or 180 days to wind down those activities, depending on the type of products being sanctioned. "We will find the right way and at the right time to respond to this", he warned. Those that rely heavily on imported oil (e.g., India and China) will be pressured, while emerging market oil-producing nations such as Saudi Arabia , Nigeria, and Colombia could be winners. Read More »

Killed In Kenya After Heavy Rain Bursts Indian-Origin Farmer's Dam


There are apparently four other dams in the area that are posing danger to those still living near the water reservoirs. According to Kenya's Red Cross, which along with the Nakura County disaster management teams rescued 41 people from under the mud on Thursday, close to 500 families have been displaced from the disaster in Solai town and the expansive Nyakinyua Farm. Read More »

Boeing's $9.5 billion Iran deals now dead


The second most hit would be European aircraft maker Airbus , which stuck a $19-billion deal to supply 100 aircraft to IranAir. The Trump administration moved Tuesday to reimpose sanctions on the Islamic Republic that had been lifted as part of a multinational nuclear pact negotiated during the Obama administration. Read More »

Sri Lanka yet to raise furnace oil prices


Fuel prices have been increased in line with the expectations of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Soon after the initial statement by Dr. Amunugama people began queuing at petrol stations, this increased exponentially soon after Minister Senaratne made the announcement. Read More »

Flammable gas moved from plant near oozing lava


The movement of the molten rock has opened space for lava at the summit of the volcano to drain underground, reducing the height of a lava lake at the summit , said USGS research geophysicist Ingrid Johanson. The plant, which is owned by Ormat Technologies of Reno, Nevada, is across the highway from where lava has been erupting. Authorities had previously ordered almost 2,000 residents to leave Lanipuna Gardens and the neighboring Leilani Estates area, both located in the mostly ... Read More »

Jury to be picked for Greitens' trial stemming from affair


The Legislature also is to convene in special session May 18 to consider whether to try to impeach Greitens. A special House committee investigating Greitens has so far conducted almost all of its work in secret while publicly releasing two reports containing allegations against Greitens of sexual misconduct and misusing charity resources for political purposes. Read More »

Recibe Díaz-Canel a secretaria ejecutiva de la Cepal

Permítanme darles la bienvenida a nuestro país, que se honra en acoger este 37 período de sesiones con la presencia de todos ustedes. La Cepal , comisión regional de las Naciones Unidas , ha reconocido el progreso de Cuba que trabaja en la actualización de su modelo económico, y en sus esfuerzos por implementar la Agenda 2030 de la ONU para el desarrollo sostenible. Read More »

Seven found dead in rural Western Australia


Police sources have confirmed they are treating the deaths are a murder-suicide. But WA Police commissioner Chris Dawson this morning told a press conference he could not confirm that. "These tragedies have a lasting impact", Commissioner Dawson said. Police found the bodies of four children and three adults. It is mostly rural, consisting of vineyards and farmland properties. Read More »

UPS Unveils New Electric Trucks That Look Straight out of a Cartoon


The courier trucks have a reported zero tailpipe emission and a battery range of 150 miles, "which is significantly higher than other EVs now in service". The windshield design is similar to the one in the electric delivery vans used by the Royal Mail, which is no coincidence since Arrival also helped develop those vehicles. Read More »

Prince Charles keeps his head as Greece pleads for Elgin marbles


The three-day visit comes as the Prince's Trust International, an initiative founded by Charles that has helped almost 900,000 disadvantaged youths in the United Kingdom, expands its skills training activities to Greece. It is the first time an heir to the throne has visited the country on an official visit. But this is just his second official visit to the country of his father's birth. Read More »

Seven people found dead in house at Australian holiday town


The bodies of two additional adults were located a short distance away. Upon arrival, 4 children and 3 adults were found deceased. "It is still very early in this investigation, but we do know it is a significant tragedy", he said. Detectives are now investigating a tragedy northwest of Margaret River that left seven people dead. "Homicide squad detectives from Perth are assisting local police in investigating the circumstances around this tragedy". Read More »

CJP Nisar summons CEOs of all airlines including PM Abbasi


Usually regarded as the owner of Airblue, Abbasi founded the airline in 2003. Moreover, the court was informed that degrees of 24 pilots were discovered as fake. During the hearing, Civil Aviation Authority Director Nasir Ali Shah informed the court that the authority has received the reports on pilots' degrees from Shaheen International Airline and Serene Air today in Karachi, while the report of Airblue was received on Wednesday. Read More »

Bangladeshi nationals arrested at Agartala rail station


We checked the Aadhaar cards online and found they were fake. After detaining them from the railway station, they were brought to MTF cell of Agartala and interrogated by senior police officials. However, MTF handed over them to the police authorities of Badharghat Railway police station for further interrogation. Choudhury said some cash, a few mobile phones and identity cards issued by a madarsa were recovered from them. Read More »

Iran nuclear deal: AU expresses deep concern over U.S. withdrawal

Following President Trump's decision on USA withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, which he terms "defective", will the other signatories be able to ensure the agreement's viability? Britain, a signatory to the 2015 deal, said it remained committed, with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urging Washington "to avoid taking action that would hinder other parties from continuing to make the agreement work". Read More »

APC shifts Ekiti governorship primary to May 12


However, party elders shelved the direct primary idea, "given the extent of planning and logistics involved and the closeness of the deadline for the conduct of primaries by all political parties as well as submission of names of candidates to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC )". Read More »

Karnataka voter I cards recovery: EC defers decision


EVEN AS the recovery of almost 10,000 voter identity cards from an apartment in Rajarajeshwari Nagar constituency of West Bengaluru on Tuesday night triggered a political blame game, the Election Commission , according to sources, is unlikely to accept the BJP's demand for countermanding polls in the area. Read More »

City appeals two National Energy Board decisions on Trans Mountain pipeline


In addition to billboards, the "Keep Canada Working" will appear on television, radio, search engine marketing, online display and social media. She declined to provide any details. "So we must deploy this tool with a cool hand, not an angry one". The Federal Court of Appeal previously rejected appeals from the city and from the provincial government in March. Read More »

John Bolton on Iran deal pullout: United States not relying on "paper promises"


Analysts said the soaring prices were the result of an expected fall in Iranian oil exports. Ali Akhbar Salehi, president of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran , stands to the right of the President. They said they would work with the other signatories to the agreement - Russian Federation and China - to stress continuing support for the accord. Read More »

Oil jumps 3 percent after U.S. quits Iran deal, United States stock drawdown


UBS said: "The presence of political risk in oil prices is "situation normal" and we'd argue the past 2-3 years where it has not obviously been an influence are the outlier". On the other hand, Trump's repudiation and attempt to reassert USA hard power could have the opposite effect as it alienates allies and United States public opinion - over 60% support the Iran deal. Read More »

National Basketball Association roundup: Rockets eliminate Utah


The betting odds favoring Golden State came despite its two losses to Houston in the two teams' three regular season meetings where the Warriors were odds on picks to prevail. I think we probably did better than a lot of people expected. The Warriors are playing out of their minds right now, and every key piece looks healthy and energized. Read More »

EPS for Pretium Resources Inc. (PVG) Expected At $0.09 on May, 11

The Illinois-based fund Anchor Bolt Capital Lp holds 3.49 million shares or 1.44% of their fund portfolio. CQS Cayman LP boosted its position in Pretium Resources by 39.1% during the 1st quarter. Automobile Association owns 1.52 million shs. Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management owns 125 shs. (NYSE:PVG) has 6 ratings reports on May 10, 2018 according to StockzIntelligence. Read More »

Sonam Anand reception: Is Alia approving relationship with Ranbir through Instagram?


Born on July 29 1983 in New Delhi , India, Anand Ahuja completed his education at the American Embassy School before starting an MBA from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, but he did not complete it. The wedding was preceded by a Mehndi function and a pre-mehendi party which was attended by Kapoor family's close associates. The newlywed coupled arrived at the wedding reception party together and were wearing monochromatic outfits. Read More »

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano may erupt explosively


Such blasts could grow more frequent if the receding magma in the summit chamber drops below groundwater levels, allowing steam to rush into the void and become trapped by more rock falls, causing explosive pressure buildups, scientists said. Read More »

Trump to talk about lowering drug prices Friday


During Trump's tenure, administration officials have provided some insights into how they intend to address the cost of prescription medicines . "The blueprint focuses on four major problems: high list prices set by drug manufacturers, rising out-of-pocket costs for consumers and patients, foreign governments free-riding off American innovation, and government rules preventing private plans from negotiating better deals for our seniors, especially for high-cost medications", one official ... Read More »

Canadian Minister Asked to Take Off Turban at US Airport


He said the agent agreed to perform another test, which he passed, and he was allowed to continue to his boarding gate. "I did it knowingly, as is my habit, to understand better what ordinary people are going through when they sometimes have trouble getting along with people in a position of authority". Read More »

Jpmorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) Stock Sentiment Worsens

Aviance Capital Management Llc sold 43,527 shares as the company's stock rose 0.67% while stock markets declined. It has underperformed by 12.34% the S&P500. 420,195 were reported by Element Cap Management Limited Liability Company. The New York-based Greenhaven Associates Inc has invested 11.07% in the stock. Read More »

Homeland Security Denies Report That Secretary Drafted Resignation Letter


Nielsen says in a statement that Trump "is rightly frustrated" that his administration has been prevented "from fully securing the border and protecting the American people". I share his frustration", Nielsen said. The Times reported last year that Trump called Attorney General Jeff Sessions an "idiot" to his face and said he should resign, and a source told CNN last year that Sessions offered to resign amid a series of heated exchanges with Trump. Read More »

Berlin court rules Muslim teacher can not wear headscarf


The labor court of Berlin ruled that the school administration's decision not to allow the teacher to wear a headscarf was in conformity with the "neutrality law", which prohibits public employees, including teachers, police and justice officials from wearing religious symbols. Read More »

Murad Ali Shah presents Sindh's budget of Rs11.44 trillion


The current development budget of the works and services department is Rs26 billion, but now the government has proposed Rs30 billion in the next fiscal year. The budget dedicates Rs750 million to minorities. He also stated that "The next elected government will have to get the budget for the following nine months approved by the provincial assembly". Read More »

Japan's crypto kingpin taps Manhattan for trading talent


Kano is using to his advantage the country's cryptocurrency deregulation which requires exchanges to now get licensed by the country' securities regulator, improving their credibility. In his bid for talent, Kano is sweetening the pot for recruits. BitFlyer's high end editions are only a small part of its expanding team though as the company seeks coders who regardless of educational background, as long as they have proven skills, can make $100,000 a year due in part to the countries ... Read More »

Police Officer Who Choked Ex-NFL Player During an Arrest Fired


Also on May 10, the county district attorney's office announced it dropped Marrow's felony charge of obstruction of a law enforcement official. And misdemeanor charges, including reckless and aggressive driving, are under review by the office of the solicitor general, said District Attorney Darius Pattillo. Read More »