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Irishman killed on Everest and another missing in huge queues

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By Emily Mee, news reporter An Irish man is among eight people who have been killed scaling Mount Everest in the last week, while another Irish climber is missing Kevin Hynes, 56, died in his tent in the early hours of Friday at a height of 7,000m, after deciding to turn back before reaching the Read More

One Irishman killed on Everest and another missing

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By Emily Mee, news reporter An Irish man is among eight people who have been killed scaling Mount Everest in the last week, while another Irish climber is missing Kevin Hynes, 56, died in his tent in the early hours of Friday at a height of 7,000m, after deciding to turn back before reaching the Read More

Control of armyworm crucial for China’s grain output targets: ministry

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BEIJING (Reuters) – The prevention and control of armyworm is crucial to China’s ability to hit annual grain output targets and maintain economic and social stability, the agriculture ministry said on Friday. The destructive worm has spread to 14 provinces and regions and has been found in 92,000 hectares of farmland in China after it Read More

Who will cash in on US trade wars & how to get around the tariffs? RT’s Boom Bust has the answer

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While the trade dispute between the US and China is leaving scores of companies in a state of confusion and uncertainty, some beneficiaries are emerging. RT’s Boom Bust talked to Richard Wolff, a professor emeritus of economics at the University of Massachusetts, to find out which nations may capitalize on the trade turmoil, and if Read More

Russia boosting gold reserves at a time of impending US dollar crisis – Peter Schiff

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The global gold fever, led by Russia which is diversifying its foreign exchange reserves, is the right thing to do as the US dollar’s value is being diminished, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital Peter Schiff told RT. The greenback’s role as a reserve currency is going to be questioned soon, according to Schiff. “I think Read More

Shell starts production at Appomattox in the GOM

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5/23/2019 HOUSTON — Royal Dutch Shell announced that production has started at Appomattox floating production system months ahead of schedule, opening a new frontier in the deep-water U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Appomattox, which currently has an expected production of 175,000 boed, is the first commercial discovery brought into production in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico Read More

Energy, commodities policy continuity seen as Modi-led alliance nears India election win

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Singapore — India’s National Democratic Alliance inched closer Thursday to be elected for a second term, a sign that the series of reforms in the energy and commodities sector undertaken during their first term in power would continue in the same direction, analysts and market participants said. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes Read More

Germany eases curbs on shooting wolves, in nod to farmers

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s cabinet agreed on Wednesday to loosen tight restrictions on shooting wolves to help tackle the growing threat they pose to livestock after a year-long row within Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition. FILE PHOTO: A wolf is seen in the wildlife Park Schorfheide near Gross Schoenebeck, Germany, March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt/File Photo Read More

China’s other nuclear option in trade war with US – Rare earth materials

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Beijing has yet another economic weapon to use against Washington in the escalating trade row – a possible embargo on vital rare earth metals needed to make everything from high-tech devices to fighter jets. A routine visit by President Xi Jinping to a Chinese rare earths facility earlier this week came amid rising tensions between Read More

Auto industry will never let Tesla drive at high speed, analyst tells RT’s Boom Bust

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Tesla’s stock has been under serious pressure over the past week, at times dropping below $200 per share. Even though shares have pared some of the losses so far, the stock is still down 3.11 percent to $205.08. The company has taken many attempts to remedy the tense situation. Earlier this week, Tesla said it Read More