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Equinor ASA: Annual general meeting approved dividend of USD 0.26 per share for fourth quarter 2018

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On 15 May 2019, the annual general meeting (AGM) of shareholders in Equinor ASA (OSE: EQNR, NYSE:EQNR) approved the annual report and accounts for Equinor ASA for 2018, as proposed by the board of directors. The annual accounts and the annual report for Equinor ASA and the Equinor group for 2018 were approved, and a Read More

Oil remains a key driver of Angola’s economy, capital spending

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5/10/2019 LUANDA — In an exclusive video statement provided to Africa Oil & Power, Angola President H.E. João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço reaffirmed the role of oil and gas as a key driver in attracting domestic and foreign private investment into Angola. He invited investors to attend the Angola Oil & Gas 2019 Conference taking place Read More

Scientists warn a million species at risk of extinction

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PARIS (Reuters) – Relentless pursuit of economic growth, twinned with the impact of climate change, has put an “unprecedented” one million species at risk of extinction, scientists said on Monday in a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilization to the natural world. FILE PHOTO: Greenpeace activists demonstrate outside the Palais des Congres Read More

Strong-arm tactics and foreign backing keep Maduro in power

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By Stuart Ramsay, chief correspondent, in Caracas The Venezuelan opposition are calling for two days of action on the streets starting with rallies outside military bases on Saturday. The attempted coup this week that started with an early morning call to the security services to join the people in a mass uprising, by the opposition Read More

Yanis Varoufakis defends Jeremy Corbyn against anti-Semitism ‘slander’

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Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis offered a ringing defense of UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on social media, dismissing accusations of anti-Semitism as “slander.” “Anti-Corbyn plotters are getting desperate,” Varoufakis wrote on Twitter. “To perpetuate their antisemitism slander they are lambasting Jeremy for writing, in a blurb to JA Hobson’s Imperialism’s new edition, that Read More

Heathrow expansion clears latest hurdle as High Court rejects legal challenge

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LONDON (Reuters) – The expansion of London’s Heathrow Airport inched closer on Wednesday when a High Court judge rejected legal challenges from environmental campaigners opposed to the building of a third runway. FILE PHOTO: An aircraft takes off at Heathrow Airport in London, Britain January 8, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls Judge Gary Hickinbottom said he did Read More