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ECB unlikely to signal stimulus end, despite French optimism

FRANKFURT, Germany Europe’s strengthening economy dodged a banana peel when a pro-EU candidate won the first round of the French presidential election. That won’t be enough, however, to make the European Central Bank signal an end to monetary stimulus program on Thursday.

Walter Abendroth

Florida. Walter Robert Abendroth, 86, beloved father, husband, grandfather, uncle and friend, departed this life on April 21, 2017 at his home in Merritt Island, Florida. Walt was born May 9, 1930, in Mason City, Iowa, to Carl and Emma (Graf) Abendroth and raised by Alfred and Arvilla Benbow in Fort Madison, Iowa.

Around Town – April 25

Orchids to … • Nathan Shockley for his kindness to a disabled person. • Debbie and Tiffany Ortega for the great job on the 2017 Relay for Life Euchre Tournament. • sponsors for the nice gift given at the 2017 Relay For Life Euchre Tournament. • Brandon Andress for his compassion for doubters, from a lifelong seeker.

Report: N. Korea conducts large-scale artillery drills on anniversary

Citing an unidentified South Korean government source, Yonhap reported that there were signs North Korea's military was carrying out large-scale, live-fire drills in areas around the east coast city of Wonsan. South Korea's defense ministry could not immediately confirm the report, according to ....

Fresno Police Department via CNN

(CNN) - A black man accused of fatally shooting three white men in what police are calling a hate crime said that he "snapped" after thinking "about all the injustice and the atrocities that my people go through." Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, allegedly shot at the men at random in downtown Fresno, California on April 18.

AGF’s membership of SGF probe panel divides Lawyers

The inclusion of the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami SAN, as a member of the three-man investigation panel constituted by President Muhammadu Buhari last Wednesday to probe the allegations of violations of the law and due process against the....

After insurgency: Lawyers returning to Yobe Court – AG

What is Yobe State government doing about prison congestion? Prison congestion is a general problem, but varies in states because each has its own peculiarity. In our case, part of the problem we are having with prison congestion is lack of prison in the state capital. We do not have prison facility in Damaturu.

Residents tasked on welfare of prison inmates

Residents of Kuje have been urged to reach out to prison inmates and collaborate with the government in ensuring that they have the best of care and livelihood. A representative of iRestore Life Foundation, Mrs. Favour Umade Thompson, who made the call on Saturday, during the group’s medical....

Judiciary, Police synergy necessary to curb crimes – IGP

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris has said the judiciary and the Nigeria Police Force must synergize to curb crimes and ensure progress in the nation. He said this yesterday during a courtesy visit to the Chief Judge (CJ) of the High Courts of the Federal Capital Territory, Justice Ishaq Bello.

Tension in Minna over Babangida Aliyu’s arraignment today

Tension rose in Minna, Niger State, yesterday over the planned arraignment of former Governor Muazu Babangida Aliyu by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) today. The EFCC formerly filed six-count charge bothering on fraud and abuse of office against Dr.

Trending Now Report: N. Korea conducts large-scale artillery drills on anniversary

by: Bob D Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: Apr 25, 2017 - 1:06 AM North Korea conducted large-scale artillery exercises on Tuesday to coincide with the 85th anniversary of its army’s foundation, South Korea's Citing an unidentified South Korean government source, Yonhap....

Close to 100 people gathered to bid farewell to boy who died after being hit by goal post

SINGAPORE - Close to 100 relatives and friends turned up to say goodbye to Muhammad Hambali Sumathi, who died yesterday after a goal post fell on him at school. The 12-year-old's body arrived at around 2pm on a rainy Tuesday at his aunt's Eunos Road home, after a six-hour wait.

HSE must stop ‘brain drain’ from Irish health system, says FF

Fianna Fáil’s health spokesperson is calling on Minister Harris to find ways of keeping doctors and nurses in the Irish health service. Billy Kelleher says there is a “brain drain” of young medical professionals who are training here in Ireland and then choosing to work overseas.

Crackdown? What crackdown? The truth about home loan rates

But data collected by research group Canstar shows that, despite a series of rate hikes from the banks in response to the regulatory change, interest rates on many interest-only and investor home loans are still significantly lower across the big four banks compared with a year ago.

Before you go hating the rich, get facts straight

When we read that there are none too few millionaires paying no tax it rightly makes us stinking mad. Of course it is possible to earn an enormous amount and have heaps of deductions. People, like companies, can have years when their expenses exceed their income. In a company's case it's called making a loss.

Opening Bell: Workers favour startups, AIB's summer flotation, Trump threat to Irish pharma

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has moved to allay fears that the snap UK election in June will delay AIB's stock market flotation. Speaking at the inauguration of the Central Bank's new docklands HQ in Dublin yesterday, Mr Noonan insisted the timeframe for the bank's return to the stock market had not changed.

Three killed in Venezuela protests

Three people were killed in Venezuela on Monday in renewed violence, raising the death toll in three weeks of massive demonstrations against leftwing President Nicolas Maduro to 24, officials said. Several others were seriously injured and “between life and death,” said public defender Tarek William Saab.

Obama ignores Trump in Chicago

Barack Obama, making his first major appearance since leaving the White House, made no mention on Monday of his successor, Donald Trump, but urged young people to get more involved in their communities at a time of stark political divides. “What’s been going on since I’ve been gone?” joked the....

‘University of Africa to export nurses to other countries’

Simon Utebor, Yenagoa. The newly established Africa International University, Toru-Orua in Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, has boasted that exporting nurses to other countries of the world will be one of the core priorities of the institution.

Prominent tax protester convicted of federal charges

PORTLAND — A prominent tax protester has been convicted of issuing fake financial documents to banks and the U.S. Treasury, and failing to file tax returns. Winton Shrout declined comment after Friday’s verdict at the federal courthouse in Portland, Government lawyers said Shrout tried to cheat....

Chobani yogurt company sues right-wing radio host Alex Jones

BOISE — Greek yogurt giant Chobani filed a lawsuit Monday against right-wing radio host Alex Jones, accusing the conspiracy theorist of publishing false information about the company. Chobani says that Jones and his InfoWars website posted fabricated stories earlier this month that linked Chobani....

Albertsons reportedly eyes Whole Foods takeover bid

AUSTIN, Texas — Supermarket chain Albertsons is exploring a possible takeover of Whole Foods Market, the Financial Times reported Monday, citing unnamed sources. Albertsons, which operates about 2,200 stores, is controlled by buyout group Cerberus Capital Management.

Briefly Northwest

Seafood processor agrees to air pollution penalty. ANCHORAGE — A Seattle-­based seafood processor that operates in Alaska would pay a $1.3 million civil penalty under a proposed settlement of clean air violations. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Westward Seafoods also would be required to spend $1.

After scandal, Wells Fargo’s board faces a contentious re-election vote

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — The scandal at Wells Fargo over the creation of millions of fake bank accounts cost more than 5,300 people their jobs, many of them tellers and other low-level employees. The bank then clawed back tens of millions of dollars in pay from its retired chief executive and fired the former head of the retail operation.

Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer to rake in $186 million after sale

SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo shareholders will vote June 8 on whether to sell the company’s Internet businesses to Verizon Communications for $4.48 billion. A yes vote, which is widely expected, would end Marissa Mayer’s largely unsuccessful five-year effort to restore the Internet pioneer to greatness.

Oslo, London lead push for greener transport: study

OSLO/FRANKFURT Oslo, London and Amsterdam are leading a shift by major cities to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from transport, helped by new technologies that will curb climate change and reduce air pollution, a study showed on Tuesday. European cities filled eight of the top 10 spots, along....

RPT-From Trump to Brexit, politics drive firms into insurers' arms

(Repeats Monday item) * Political risk insurance high margin and growing * Dramatic policy changes in U.S., Europe have global impact * Brexit showed sometimes the unthinkable happens - broker * Some firms prefer to shoulder risk themselves By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi and Carolyn Cohn ZURICH/LONDON,....

Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict Islamic State from Mosul

MOSUL, Iraq, Iraqi forces are using siege and stealth tactics to drive Islamic State militants out of Mosul's Old City, a Iraqi general said, as his forces sought to minimize casualties among hundreds of thousands of people trapped in the cramped, historic neighborhood.

Reports of North Korea artillery drill as U.S. submarine docks in South

SEOUL North Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military, media reported, as a U.S. submarine docked in South Korea in a show of force amid growing concern over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs. The port call by the USS Michigan came as a U.S.

Exclusive: Vivendi to accelerate expansion in video games and advertising - sources

PARIS French media giant Vivendi will accelerate acquisitions in video games and advertising this year to allay investor concerns about its strategy, mixed results and poor share performance, two sources close to the matter told Reuters. Advertising group Havas and video games maker Ubisoft are....

German stocks - Factors to watch on April 25

FRANKFURT, April 25 The DAX top-30 index looked set to open 0.3 percent higher on Tuesday, according to premarket data from brokerage Lang & Schwarz at 0625 GMT. The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks: CONTINENTAL Indicated 0.5 pct higher Continental held talks with U.S.
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