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Sunday, April 30, 2017

International

U.S. raises duties on South Korean oil tubing, cites steel subsidies

The U.S. Commerce Department said on Tuesday that it increased anti-dumping duties on oil and gas drilling pipes from South Korea, applying new legal...

Chinese inflationary pressures remain weak

Chinese consumer price inflation remains weak, and it looks like the rebound in factory-gate prices is now also past its peak. According to figures released...

Brexit poses a serious threat to economic prosperity

Ireland’s failure to invest sufficiently in infrastructure and its inability to tackle the under-resourcing of the education sector pose risks to the country post-Brexit,...

Risk of mass starvation rapidly rising in Yemen, Somalia, two others...

The risk of mass starvation in  northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen is rapidly rising due to drought and conflict The United Nations refugee...

Stockholm attack: Prosecution authority seeks further detention of suspect

Sweden prosecution authority has asked a judge to remand the 39 year old suspect of the Stockholm attack in custody. The prosecutor made the plea...

Charleston church shooter pleads guilty to separate murder charges

A white supremacist Dylann Roof has pleaded guilty to separate state murder charges, after a federal court had sentenced him to death for the...

San Bernardino Community mourn victims of school shooting

Members of the San Bernardino, California community hold a prayer vigil to mourn the victims of a school shooting that claimed the life of...

G7 rejects sanctions on Russia after ‘ Syria chemical attack’

The G7 group of nations have failed to reach an agreement over threats of new sanctions against Russia and Syria. Foreign ministers were seeking a...

US’ unemployment rate drops to its lowest in March

Unemployment rate in the U.S. fell to its lowest in  March, showing the best record in ten years. U.S. employers  were  reported  to  have added...

Oil rises toward $56 on Libyan field shutdown, Syria

Oil rose toward $56 a barrel on Monday, supported by another shutdown at Libya's largest oilfield over the weekend and geopolitical tensions following last...
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