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Fishermen in Rapu-Rapu face bleak future due to mining woes

RAPU-RAPU ISLAND. An aerial photo of Barangay Poblacion Rapu-Rapu, Albay. Photo by Rhaydz Barcia/Rappler. ALBAY, Philippines – Jose Balingit sat on the breakwater after towing his boat. He could not head out to sea that day, as there were huge wages caused by Amihan. Balingit, 54, has been a fisherman in Rapu-Rapu island for 3 decades.

Prison awaits Fayose in October: Fayemi

Fayemi, right, addresses a rally in Ado Ekiti: says prison awaits Fayose after leaving office. Governor Ayodele Fayose will spend many years in jail after leaving office in October, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, his predecessor said. Fayemi who is now Minister of Mines and Steel Development, and wants to seek....

UN mission in Mali gets deadlier after fresh attacks

UN peacekeepers in Mali: assignment gets more dangerous. The death toll of UN peacekeepers in Mali is on the rise again after two fresh daring attacks on Saturday by Jihadists. The Militants disguised as U.N. peacekeepers exploded two suicide car bombs and fired dozens of rockets at the French and....

Gardaí appeal for information on Tallaght murder

Gardaí are appealing for information on the murder of a man in Tallaght in Dublin. 49-year-old Ioan Artene Bob was found with serious injuries at Sean Walsh Park on Friday morning. He died from his injuries later that day in hospital. The Romanian national was last seen in the Moore Street area in....

It's because of an application for 385 homes in Hatton

Derbyshire's biggest secondary school looks set to take on an even higher number of pupils because of homes that will be built in Hatton. The 385-home plan from Bellway Homes was previously approved by South Derbyshire District Council in January 2017, but came back to its planning committee so they could decide on minor changes.

SC wonders why probe agencies make so many prosecution witnesses

The Supreme Court has wondered as to why investigating agencies “always believe in quantity” and make hundreds of prosecution witnesses to prove their charges before the court of law. The apex court, which was dealing with a case related to the 2008 Gujarat serial blasts, noticed that the prosecution has named over 1,500 witnesses in the matter.

Income tax department seizes Rs 440 crore dividend income of Cairn Energy Apr 15, 2018 11:22 IST

(Photo: Cairn Energy website) business The Income Tax (IT) department has seized a further Rs 440 crore of dividend income due to Cairn Energy Plc to recover a part of the Rs 10,247 crore tax demand it had raised on the British firm using a retrospective tax legislation.

Afghans register to vote in long-delayed elections amid violence Apr 15, 2018 12:01 IST

Afghanistan began registering voters across the war-torn country this weekend, as it seeks to ensure long-delayed legislative elections in October are seen as credible and fraud-free. Over the next two months authorities hope to register as many as 14 million adults at more than 7,000 polling....

There's Still A Place For Diesel, Says Daimler To Critics

b. EURO 6d-Temp certification. The rapid replacement of the base with vehicles certified to Euro 6d-Temp is a very effective way of further reducing NOx emissions in road traffic. Many models with this certification will be launched over the coming months.

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Short-term priorities mar prospects for 800m poor people: UN

ISLAMABAD: In a report released ahead of the G20 and the spring meetings of the World Bank and IMF, the United Nations has warned that prospects for around 800 million of the world’s poorest people remain dire. The global economy is experiencing a moderate upturn, and momentum around sustainable....

Trump once wanted out of Syria, but now he’s drawn back in

WASHINGTON – In heated exchanges with his national security team in recent weeks, President Donald Trump repeatedly made clear he saw little incentive for the United States to be involved in Syria’s intractable civil war. Then he pushed the U.S. military back into the quagmire.

Chaos, consultation: Inside Trump’s decision to strike Syria

WASHINGTON – For the second time in his presidency, President Donald Trump stared, horrified at pictures of children killed in a chemical attack in Syria. And for the second time in his presidency, those visceral images helped propel Trump toward military strikes in a country he sees as a trap for the United States.

Certain of gas attack, allies struck Syria before U.N. report

WASHINGTON – The United States, Britain and France opted to strike Syria for its apparent use of chemical weapons without waiting for a report from U.N. inspectors because they were convinced that the Assad government had used chlorine and sarin nerve gas against a rebel-held Damascus suburb, American officials said Saturday.

In Syria strikes, U.S. blurs red line for intervention

WASHINGTON – With the latest U.S. missile strikes, President Donald Trump appears to have reset America’s red line for military intervention in Syria over the use of chemical weapons. What’s unclear is where that red line now stands. The United States said its strikes were a response to President....

Myanmar takes back single Rohingya family despite UN concerns

Bangkok : Myanmar has accepted what appears to be the first five among some 700,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled military-led violence against the minority group, even though the United Nations says it is not yet safe for them to return home. A government statement said on Saturday that five....

Strings attached: classic guitars caught in crackdown on scarce wood

Since new trade rules took effect in 2017, guitar makers have complained about long delays in getting permits to import rosewood and export finished instruments that contain it. Warehouses have filled with unsold instruments, and a bagpipe maker in New Hampshire went so far as to ask the governor to intervene after a permit application was lost.

Memorable shows of sportsmanship have restored Australia's reputation

Commonwealth Games Federation president Louise Martin says a 2032 Olympic bid would not be out of reach for Queensland while GOLDOC chairman Peter Beattie says this event has gone a long way to restoring Australia's battered sporting reputation. They were among the messages at a final briefing from....

'Russia should not allow it': Turnbull takes aim at Putin over Syrian gas attack

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has taken aim at Russia for its complicity in Syria's alleged chemical weapons attack on its own people, saying Vladamir Putin should have stopped it from happening and must bring his ally into line. Speaking in the wake of US, British and French missile strikes....

Q&A: Taking stock of the missile strikes on Syria

The US, UK and France launched strikes on Syria a week after US President Donald Trump said there would be a "big price" to pay for the apparent use of chemical weapons by President Bashar al-Assad's forces in the town of Douma, an attack that killed scores of civilians.

The Time Machine: Back to the future with a vision of horror

This demanding one-man show by playwright Frank Gauntlett is based on that 1895 work and stays faithful to the tale. Our unnamed time traveller enters as the very model of a then-modern Victorian man of science. Confident and patrician in sombre frockcoat and gold brocade waistcoat, he takes to a podium as if delivering a lecture.

Banking overhaul seeks to shut Latvian money laundromat

Eurozone member Latvia is scrambling to reform its banking sector after US authorities accused its third largest lender of large-scale money laundering with connections to North Korea’s nuclear weapons development programme. Desperate to restore credibility, Riga is eliminating deposits in US....

Vigils, marches, prayers for fourth anniversary of Chibok kidnap

Parents of the missing Chibok schoolgirls on Saturday marked the fourth anniversary of their daughters’ kidnapping by Boko Haram, renewing calls for their release and thousands of others seized in the bloody conflict in northeast Nigeria. Mothers and fathers were among several thousand people who....

Guests Enjoy Batelco Hospitality at the BIC's Paddock Club

Manama, Bahrain: Batelco Chairman Shaikh Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, along with members of Batelco ’s Board of Directors and executive management, were delighted to have the opportunity to welcome overseas and local business clients to enjoy Batelco ’s hospitality in the prestigious setting of....

Dubai X-Stadium Will Establish Dubai as a Premier Destination for Digital Video Gaming Competitions

Government of Office The Government of Office and TECOM Group have jointly announced Dubai X-Stadium, the region’s first dedicated esports stadium, which will establish Dubai as a regional and global hub for hosting video gaming events. This joint initiative was endorsed by His Highness Sheikh....

Morpheus Network Adds Charlie Shrem as Advisor and Announces Public Token Sale

The Morpheus Network, a global, automated supply chain platform with an integrated cryptocurrency payment system, announces today that it has appointed blockchain pioneer Charlie Shrem to its advisory team. And after raising nearly $6 million in pre-sale, the company also announces the main sale of....

The Role of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Robotics in the Future of Aerospace Manufacturing

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are powering exciting innovations across the aerospace industry, many of which are happening in the background, invisible to everyday airline customers. Local and international experts in aerospace manufacturing....

Capital Intelligence Affirms QIB Rating at 'A'

Doha, Qatar : Capital Intelligence (CI), the international credit rating agency, has affirmed Qatar Islamic Bank’s ( QIB ), Qatar’s leading Islamic Bank, Financial Strength Rating (FSR) at 'A' with a stable outlook, Long- and Short-Term Foreign Currency Ratings (FCRs) are affirmed at ‘A+’ and ‘A2’, respectively.

DAFZA To Showcase Growing Opportunities within Halal sector at the Alimentaria 2018 Exhibition

on the second day of the exhibition. It will include participation from elite decision makers and representatives of food and beverage companies at the event. The seminar will include a presentation on the economic growth in the UAE and the volume of trade exchange between the UAE and Europe.

The 'Windrush generation' have been betrayed by Britain

. The 'Windrush generation' have been betrayed by the country they helped rebuild. A huge injustice is being inflicted on some British people. They are being told they’re not British at all. In some cases it means they can’t get jobs, or face the sack from existing positions. It even means they are threatened with deportation.

PSEB Class 10, 12 Result 2018 Likely to be Delayed as Punjab Board Announces Re-Examination, Datesheet at

New Delhi, April 15 : The result date for the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) Class 10 and Class 12 examination will now be delayed as the Board will be conducting the re-examination for the papers which were earlier cancelled. This re-examination will only be held for those centres where the....
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