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France Ignores 39 Arrest Warrants for Genocide Suspects

The Rwanda National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) today repeated it’s frustration at France’s continued disregard for arrest warrants issued for suspects who took part in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and fled there. CNLG has cond
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France Ignores 39 Arrest Warrants for Genocide Suspects

The Rwanda National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) today repeated it’s frustration at France’s continued disregard for arrest warrants issued for suspects who took part in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and fled there. CNLG has condemned in the strongest terms the latest action – the recruitment of Genocide convict and fugitive Charles […]

Parents Petition Norwegian Government over Uganda Arrests

A group of parents of Rwandan nationals arbitrarily arrested by Uganda intelligence agencies have written to the Norwegian government asking for intervention. The letter addressed to Norwegian Embassy is written by a group of Parents whose sons were arrested
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Parents Petition Norwegian Government over Uganda Arrests

A group of parents of Rwandan nationals arbitrarily arrested by Uganda intelligence agencies have written to the Norwegian government asking for intervention. The letter addressed to Norwegian Embassy is written by a group of Parents whose sons were arrested in December 2017 as they headed for rebel recruitment. The 43 young men were recruited by […]

Why Ugandan President Museveni is Insulting Rwanda’s War Dead

There’s nothing infuriating than someone taking credit for your work. We’ve all had this happen at one point or another: you share an idea with a colleague and then hear them repeat it in a meeting; you stay late to finish a presentation yet your team mem
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Why Ugandan President Museveni is Insulting Rwanda’s War Dead

There’s nothing infuriating than someone taking credit for your work. We’ve all had this happen at one point or another: you share an idea with a colleague and then hear them repeat it in a meeting; you stay late to finish a presentation yet your team member accepts all the praise; you lead a long […]

Arinaitwe: Uganda Intelligence Source from Butabika Mental Facility

The Uganda based propaganda website SoftPower.com this week published a story about an intelligence agent who fled the country fearing for his life. After fleeing the country Furaha Arinaitwe wrote a letter to president Museveni in which he claimed that he wa
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Arinaitwe: Uganda Intelligence Source from Butabika Mental Facility

The Uganda based propaganda website SoftPower.com this week published a story about an intelligence agent who fled the country fearing for his life. After fleeing the country Furaha Arinaitwe wrote a letter to president Museveni in which he claimed that he was on the run because Rwandan agents wanted to kill him. Arinaitwe, an intelligence […]

Tribert Rujugiro: The Story of the Rwandan Billionaire

Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa is a controversial name that evokes both success and fraud in equal measure. If the measure of success is how fat one’s wallet is, then Rujugiro certainly features. However if success is the aggregate sum of an individual’s chara
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Tribert Rujugiro: The Story of the Rwandan Billionaire

Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa is a controversial name that evokes both success and fraud in equal measure. If the measure of success is how fat one’s wallet is, then Rujugiro certainly features. However if success is the aggregate sum of an individual’s character, then the aging tycoon scores a flat F. One great writer put it […]

Australian PM declines to offer Trump any advice on gun control

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declined to offer U.S. President Donald Trump any advice on gun control days after the latest mass shooting at a U.S. school, despite Australia's success in cutting gun violence.
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Australian PM declines to offer Trump any advice on gun control

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declined to offer U.S. President Donald Trump any advice on gun control days after the latest mass shooting at a U.S. school, despite Australia's success in cutting gun violence.

Corporate partners cut cord with NRA as gun control debate rages

Half a dozen U.S. companies have cut ties with the National Rifle Association as gun safety activists on Friday intensified calls for a boycott in the wake of last week's Florida high school massacre.
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Corporate partners cut cord with NRA as gun control debate rages

Half a dozen U.S. companies have cut ties with the National Rifle Association as gun safety activists on Friday intensified calls for a boycott in the wake of last week's Florida high school massacre.

Bridge collapses into flooded creek in Port Bruce, Ont.

A transport truck driver was stranded inside the cab of his vehicle when the bridge he was travelling over in Port Bruce, Ont. collapsed Friday into rushing flood waters.
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Bridge collapses into flooded creek in Port Bruce, Ont.

A transport truck driver was stranded inside the cab of his vehicle when the bridge he was travelling over in Port Bruce, Ont. collapsed Friday into rushing flood waters.

Provincial power plays: B.C. and Alberta test the boundaries in pipeline debate

At the heart of the cooling dispute between Alberta and B.C. were two provinces flexing their muscles, testing the limits of their powers.
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Provincial power plays: B.C. and Alberta test the boundaries in pipeline debate

At the heart of the cooling dispute between Alberta and B.C. were two provinces flexing their muscles, testing the limits of their powers.

Tonight's EuroMillions jackpot in £154million

The mystery Briton shared the £154million jackpot with a Spaniard, the National Lottery said. The winning numbers were: 10, 17, 18, 28 and 47 with the Lucky Star numbers being 03 and 07.
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Tonight's EuroMillions jackpot in £154million

The mystery Briton shared the £154million jackpot with a Spaniard, the National Lottery said. The winning numbers were: 10, 17, 18, 28 and 47 with the Lucky Star numbers being 03 and 07.

Meghan Markle's secret diary and soul-baring blog

The anonymous internet diary was fearlessly candid. Penned in a confessional style, its author, chronicled her triumphs and tribulations in search of stardom. The writer was Meghan Markle.
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Meghan Markle's secret diary and soul-baring blog

The anonymous internet diary was fearlessly candid. Penned in a confessional style, its author, chronicled her triumphs and tribulations in search of stardom. The writer was Meghan Markle.

1 in 8 French women has been been raped, survey reveals

A shocking new survey of French women has found that roughly 12 percent of them have been raped at least once in their lifetime. Some 43 percent of respondents also said they had been sexually touched without their consent. Read Full Article at RT.com
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1 in 8 French women has been been raped, survey reveals

A shocking new survey of French women has found that roughly 12 percent of them have been raped at least once in their lifetime. Some 43 percent of respondents also said they had been sexually touched without their consent. Read Full Article at RT.com

Teachers with guns? RT debates possible ‘militarization’ of US schools after Florida shooting

RT guests have sparred over Donald Trump’s suggestion that teachers should carry firearms to protect their students from “maniacs.”  One called it an effective deterrent, while another said it would “militarize” schools. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Teachers with guns? RT debates possible ‘militarization’ of US schools after Florida shooting

RT guests have sparred over Donald Trump’s suggestion that teachers should carry firearms to protect their students from “maniacs.”  One called it an effective deterrent, while another said it would “militarize” schools. Read Full Article at RT.com

Earth’s first artists? Oldest known cave paintings created by ‘sophisticated’ Neanderthals (VIDEO)

More sophisticated and closer to modern humans than previously thought, Neanderthals were the world’s first artists, according to new research which has uncovered cave art in Spain thought to be some 65,000 years old. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Earth’s first artists? Oldest known cave paintings created by ‘sophisticated’ Neanderthals (VIDEO)

More sophisticated and closer to modern humans than previously thought, Neanderthals were the world’s first artists, according to new research which has uncovered cave art in Spain thought to be some 65,000 years old. Read Full Article at RT.com

Philippines summons US envoy to clarify ‘threat to democracy’ black mark on Duterte

The US envoy in Manila has been summoned in anger and the Phillipines' embassy in the US told to give an «accurate picture» of their country to US intelligence, after a report flagged the Filipino leader as a threat to democracy. Read Full Articl
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Philippines summons US envoy to clarify ‘threat to democracy’ black mark on Duterte

The US envoy in Manila has been summoned in anger and the Phillipines' embassy in the US told to give an «accurate picture» of their country to US intelligence, after a report flagged the Filipino leader as a threat to democracy. Read Full Article at RT.com

Volkswagen Results Benefit From Strong Sales, Cost Cutting

Volkswagen, the world’s biggest car maker by sales, said net income more than doubled last year on the back of strong sales of its marques and the effect of cost-cutting at its flagship VW brand.
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Volkswagen Results Benefit From Strong Sales, Cost Cutting

Volkswagen, the world’s biggest car maker by sales, said net income more than doubled last year on the back of strong sales of its marques and the effect of cost-cutting at its flagship VW brand.

Huawei's U.K. Relationship Raises U.S. Concerns

Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese maker of smartphones and telecom gear, is seen in Washington as a potential tool of state-sponsored spying, but Britain and several other U.S. allies are embracing Huawei’s technology.
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Huawei's U.K. Relationship Raises U.S. Concerns

Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese maker of smartphones and telecom gear, is seen in Washington as a potential tool of state-sponsored spying, but Britain and several other U.S. allies are embracing Huawei’s technology.

Companies Bow to Social-Media Pressure, Sever NRA Ties

Chubb, MetLife, Symantec and Enterprise’s rental-car chains have eliminated discounts and special programs from members of the National Rifle Association after consumers took to social media to voice outrage against the gun lobby.
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Companies Bow to Social-Media Pressure, Sever NRA Ties

Chubb, MetLife, Symantec and Enterprise’s rental-car chains have eliminated discounts and special programs from members of the National Rifle Association after consumers took to social media to voice outrage against the gun lobby.

Fraudsters set up fundraising page after girl, six, dies

Daisy Dymyd was found unresponsive at her home in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, on Monday and was airlifted to Sheffield Children's Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
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Fraudsters set up fundraising page after girl, six, dies

Daisy Dymyd was found unresponsive at her home in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, on Monday and was airlifted to Sheffield Children's Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Vicar jailed for passing abused child around 'like a toy'

Ifor Whittaker, previously Colin Pritchard, was convicted of abusing a boy from the age of 10 until he was 16. Whittaker, from south London, was jailed for 16 years after a hearing at Hove Crown Court.
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Vicar jailed for passing abused child around 'like a toy'

Ifor Whittaker, previously Colin Pritchard, was convicted of abusing a boy from the age of 10 until he was 16. Whittaker, from south London, was jailed for 16 years after a hearing at Hove Crown Court.

Ricky Vargas unseats Peping Cojuangco at POC helm

Boxing chief Ricky Vargas was elected Friday as the new head of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC), dethroning long-time president Jose «Peping» Cojuangco, Jr., according to Radyo dzBB's Manny Vargas.
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Ricky Vargas unseats Peping Cojuangco at POC helm

Boxing chief Ricky Vargas was elected Friday as the new head of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC), dethroning long-time president Jose «Peping» Cojuangco, Jr., according to Radyo dzBB's Manny Vargas.

Police bust online gambling gang

Acting on a public tip off, the Gambling Suppression and Anti-Vice Unit of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) busted an online gambling gang operating from a house in Kampong Rimba recently. More details in Sat
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Police bust online gambling gang

Acting on a public tip off, the Gambling Suppression and Anti-Vice Unit of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) busted an online gambling gang operating from a house in Kampong Rimba recently. More details in Saturday’s Borneo Bulletin. The post Police bust online gambling gang appeared first on Borneo Bulletin Online.

Suicide shocker: Three end life in past week

The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) was alarmed to record three suicide cases that resulted in fatalities in the previous week including that of a 13-year-old local girl. In a press conference held yesterday to address the issue, Assistant Commissioner of Po
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Suicide shocker: Three end life in past week

The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) was alarmed to record three suicide cases that resulted in fatalities in the previous week including that of a 13-year-old local girl. In a press conference held yesterday to address the issue, Assistant Commissioner of Police Pengiran Haji Mohd Jefri bin Pengiran Haji Abdul Hamid, Acting Director of the […] The post Suicide shocker: Three end life in past week appeared first on Borneo Bulletin Online.

Road fatalities increasing at alarming rate

WITHIN a short span of one-and-a-half months, Brunei witnessed an alarming rise in road deaths. From January to February 22 this year, the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) has recorded four cases of road accident fatalities including one case of alleged drun
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Road fatalities increasing at alarming rate

WITHIN a short span of one-and-a-half months, Brunei witnessed an alarming rise in road deaths. From January to February 22 this year, the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) has recorded four cases of road accident fatalities including one case of alleged drunk driving which ended the life of a 13-year-old local girl. More details in […] The post Road fatalities increasing at alarming rate appeared first on Borneo Bulletin Online.

Kyrgyzstan to develop medium-term program for development of regions for 2018-2023

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Prime Minister Sapar Isakov instructed governors of oblasts together with the Ministry of Economy to develop medium-term development programs for the regions for 2018-2023 at a government meeting where the results of the soci
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Kyrgyzstan to develop medium-term program for development of regions for 2018-2023

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Prime Minister Sapar Isakov instructed governors of oblasts together with the Ministry of Economy to develop medium-term development programs for the regions for 2018-2023 at a government meeting where the results of the socio-economic development of the country for 2017 and the results of two years of the country's membership in the EEU were considered. He said that in accordance with the decree of the President on the announcement of 2018 - the Year of Regional Development, the considerable efforts in 2018 will be directed to the development of regions that provide for the improvement of the well-being of the population, the economic condition of the regions, the creation of a competitive investment and business environment. Isakov also said that the economic growth in 2017 exceeded expectations. «I would like to especially note the leading positions of the republic in terms of the growth rate among the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union. Positive growth rates remain in all sectors of the economy,» the prime minister said. «According to the approved forecast, the country's economic growth in 2018 should reach 3.6%. Taking into account the results of 2017, we must maintain stable economic growth and ensure the fulfillment of all the forecast indicators,» Isakov said.

Second UK Trade Mission will strengthen partnership between British businesses and Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. From 26 February to 1 March 2018, United Kingdom undertakes second Trade Mission to Bishkek, the British Embassy in Kyrgyzstan reported. A delegation of seven UK companies, led by the London based organization “British Exp
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Second UK Trade Mission will strengthen partnership between British businesses and Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. From 26 February to 1 March 2018, United Kingdom undertakes second Trade Mission to Bishkek, the British Embassy in Kyrgyzstan reported. A delegation of seven UK companies, led by the London based organization “British Expertise International”, will meet with the Ministry of Economy, representatives of businesses, and international organizations in Bishkek. The event is aimed at establishing stronger relations around education reforms, policy and infrastructure development, provision of media and IT solutions. The UK Trade Mission delegation consists of Crown Agents Ltd, De La Rue, Integras Technologies Ltd, Mishcon de Reya LLP, UCL Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, MMD Mineral Sizing, and Scottish Qualifications Authority. These companies bring international best practice and expertise in the provision of E-Government, identity data management solutions, supply chain, fund management, supply of mineral processing solutions, education, consultancy and policy development, delivery of engineering solutions, high end solutions in media and IT, legal services and others. The delegation arrives to Bishkek on 26 February and the official opening starts 9:30am on 27 February in Orion Hotel Bishkek. The programs will include networking reception, UK-Kyrgyz Business Forum, B2B meetings, roundtable and more. Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic Robin Ord-Smith said, “This is a great opportunity to build stronger trade and investment ties between our two countries to support economic development and contribute to the National Strategy for Sustainable Development of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Forty Steps to New Era Program and Taza Koom”.

Ombuds of Central Asia discuss human rights co-op prospects

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Kazakhstan, Askar Shakirov made a working trip to Geneva, Switzerland, to participate in the annual meeting of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, Kazinf
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Ombuds of Central Asia discuss human rights co-op prospects

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Kazakhstan, Askar Shakirov made a working trip to Geneva, Switzerland, to participate in the annual meeting of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, Kazinform cites the press service of Kazakhstan Human Rights Commissioner. The meeting agenda included the issues concerning the protection of the rights of older persons and persons with special needs. National human rights defenders from 117 countries participated in the event. There, the Kazakh Ombudsman made his colleagues familiar with the main aspects of the modernization of the state and society in Kazakhstan and shared his institution's experience. In addition, a side event on the regional partnership between the Central Asian national human rights institutions (CASINHRI) was held with the participation of ombudsmen from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, as well as representatives of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. Such format of cooperation was initiated by the Kazakhstan Ombudsman institution with the support from the above-mentioned international organizations. The first working meeting of Central Asian ombudsman institutions was held in November 2017 in Almaty, where the sides reached an agreement on developing a joint action roadmap. This meeting in Geneva has set the future lines for the cooperation. The participants agreed to regularly hold regional meetings on the protection of the rights of migrant children in Central Asia. It is worth mentioning that the intensification of the cooperation between the National Human Rights Institutions of the countries of the region is undisputedly in line with the forthcoming meeting of the leaders of the Central Asian states to be held in Kazakhstan in March this year. http://www.kazinform.kz/en/ombuds-of-central-asia-discuss-human-rights-co-op-prospects_a3163983

Economic growth in 2017 surpassed expectations - Sapar Isakov

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Economic growth in 2017 exceeded expectations. I would like to especially note the leading position of the republic in terms of the growth rate among the countries of the EEU. Positive growth rates remain in all sectors of th
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Economic growth in 2017 surpassed expectations - Sapar Isakov

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Economic growth in 2017 exceeded expectations. I would like to especially note the leading position of the republic in terms of the growth rate among the countries of the EEU. Positive growth rates remain in all sectors of the economy, Prime Minister Sapar Isakov said during a government meeting. He noted that despite the positive results of 2017, today there are big challenges for further improving the living standards of the population, creating new industries and jobs, improving the investment climate and deepening integration within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union. «The main goal of the government's policy for 2018 will be to preserve macroeconomic stability by maintaining positive dynamics of economic growth and increasing the competitiveness of the national economy. The priority task of the government will be the effective implementation of the Forty Steps to a NewEra program for 2018-2023, which consists of three main areas - ensuring the economic well-being of the population, social welfare, safe and supportive environment, and promoting high-tech projects for digital transformation and building an open and transparent state within the framework of the Program,» Isakov said. The Prime Minister noted that the government will focus on measures to develop industry, agro-industrial complex, cooperation and sustainable tourism. "Measures will be taken to reduce administrative barriers for small and medium-sized businesses, improve the quality of the economic infrastructure and provide access to cheap and long-term financial resources. The Government will pay great attention to attracting investments and improving the country's position in Doing Business,” Isakov said. Taking into account the current situation in the energy system and the existing problems in the sector, the Head of Government noted the need to take effective measures to eliminate the risk of emergencies.

Isakov visits Military Institute of Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sapar Isakov visited today Military Institute of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic named after Lieutenant-General Kaliynur Usenbekov, the Government’s press service reported. Th
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Isakov visits Military Institute of Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, Feb. 23, 2018 / Kabar /. Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sapar Isakov visited today Military Institute of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic named after Lieutenant-General Kaliynur Usenbekov, the Government’s press service reported. The Head of Government congratulated the servicemen of the Air Defense Forces and cadets of the military institute on the Day of Defender of the Fatherland. In his speech, Prime Minister Sapar Isakov noted that Kyrgyz servicemen are the backbone and protection of the whole country. «You are the true patriots of our republic. I express deep gratitude for your valiant service and courage. You carry a difficult and responsible service in the ranks of the Armed Forces of the country and stand guard over the security of the whole society. On this day, I would like to wish prosperity to your families and friends. Let Kyrgyzstan have peace and harmony, »said Sapar Isakov. Prime Minister Sapar Isakov got acquainted with the activities of the educational institution, inspected the study rooms equipped with modern multimedia teaching aids. At the end of the visit, Prime Minister Sapar Isakov handed over the necessary equipment to the military institute and promised to continue assisting in improving the learning environment. The Military Institute of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic named after Hero of the Soviet Union, Lieutenant-General Kaliynur Usenbekov is the state educational organization of higher military professional education of the Kyrgyz Republic, fulfilling the state order in training of officers for the Armed Forces and other military formations of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Drug That Promises to Kill Flu in a Day Approved in Japan

Japan has approved a drug that its maker says can kill the flu virus in 24 hours, paving the way for what health experts believe could be a breakthrough in the way the illness is treated.
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Drug That Promises to Kill Flu in a Day Approved in Japan

Japan has approved a drug that its maker says can kill the flu virus in 24 hours, paving the way for what health experts believe could be a breakthrough in the way the illness is treated.

New England Has a Power Problem

New Hampshire’s rejection of a planned 192-mile power line from Canada to Massachusetts is the latest example of just how hard it is to build large energy infrastructure in New England, even as states struggle to meet pressing electricity needs.
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New England Has a Power Problem

New Hampshire’s rejection of a planned 192-mile power line from Canada to Massachusetts is the latest example of just how hard it is to build large energy infrastructure in New England, even as states struggle to meet pressing electricity needs.

Airlines Are Booming, So Why Are Investors Worried?

Sentiment has turned when it comes to investing in airlines, as investors fret that rising fuel prices, excessive expansion plans, and creeping costs threaten future earnings.
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Airlines Are Booming, So Why Are Investors Worried?

Sentiment has turned when it comes to investing in airlines, as investors fret that rising fuel prices, excessive expansion plans, and creeping costs threaten future earnings.

Auto Makers Race to Build a Cheaper Electric Car for India, Other Growing Markets

The world’s auto makers are vying to build an affordable electric car to target drivers in emerging economies and potentially create a competitor to Chinese-made vehicles.
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Auto Makers Race to Build a Cheaper Electric Car for India, Other Growing Markets

The world’s auto makers are vying to build an affordable electric car to target drivers in emerging economies and potentially create a competitor to Chinese-made vehicles.

General Mills, Maker of Cheerios, Now Wants to Feed Your Dog, Too

General Mills has agreed to buy Blue Buffalo Pet Products for about $8 billion, as the food giant looks for a piece of the fast-growing natural pet-food market.
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General Mills, Maker of Cheerios, Now Wants to Feed Your Dog, Too

General Mills has agreed to buy Blue Buffalo Pet Products for about $8 billion, as the food giant looks for a piece of the fast-growing natural pet-food market.

Rescue teams called out to secure Hlemmur Square hotel sign

A huge, heavy aluminium sign at Hlemmur Square hotel in central Reykjavik hung by a thread a little earlier this evening and had to be cut down by rescue team members. "There have been too many storms in Reykjavik this winter, some screws must have come l
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Rescue teams called out to secure Hlemmur Square hotel sign

A huge, heavy aluminium sign at Hlemmur Square hotel in central Reykjavik hung by a thread a little earlier this evening and had to be cut down by rescue team members. "There have been too many storms in Reykjavik this winter, some screws must have come loose," said hotelier Klaus Ortlieb, one of the hotel owners.

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