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Peyto Posts 19th Consecutive Year of Profits While Lowering Costs

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CALGARY, Alberta, March 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Peyto Exploration & Development Corp. (“Peyto” or the “Company”) is pleased to report operating and financial results for the fourth quarter and 2018 fiscal year. A 72% operating margin1 and 20% profit margin2 was achieved in 2018, despite the 37% drop in natural gas prices, allowing Peyto Read More

'Highly likely' GRU hacked UK institute countering Russian fake news

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The National Crime Agency is leading an investigation into a suspected cyber attack on a British institute that seeks to counter Russian disinformation, Sky News can reveal. Whitehall sources said it is highly likely that Russia’s military intelligence service carried out the hack-and-leak of files from the little-known Institute for Statecraft. The move may have Read More

Huawei or highway: Chinese giant to sue US government over tech ban

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The Huawei row between the US and China has apparently taken a new turn as the company has reportedly decided to sue the US government itself. While the case appears to be a no-go, it could still be detrimental to Washington. Chinese tech giant Huawei has seemingly opted to retaliate against the scaremongering campaign launched Read More

200,000 or 10,000? WaPo deletes inflated Venezuela Aid Live attendance figure from its website

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Modeled on Live Aid, Richard Branson’s charity concert was meant to unite the world behind the cause of delivering aid to Venezuela (which its government doesn’t want). But the endeavor would look vainglorious if few turned up. The hastily planned five-hour affair at a Colombian-Venezuelan border crossing was scheduled to start at 11am local time Read More

Japanese space probe fires ‘bullet’ into asteroid following safe landing

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A Japanese space probe on a data-collecting mission has shot a sampling ‘bullet’ into the surface of the Ryugu asteroid, hoping to retrieve organic material that could clue scientists in to how life was first seeded on Earth. The Hayabusa2 probe used a device called a sampler horn to fire a tantalum projectile “bullet” at Read More

Take that! Japanese probe Hayabusa2 fires ‘bullet’ at asteroid in bid to discover how life began

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A Japanese space probe on a data-collecting mission has shot a sampling ‘bullet’ into the surface of the Ryugu asteroid, hoping to retrieve organic material that could clue scientists in to how life was first seeded on Earth. The Hayabusa2 probe used a device called a sampler horn to fire a tantalum projectile “bullet” at Read More

Pope urges church to 'listen to cry of young' at sex abuse summit

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Pope Francis has urged the Catholic Church to “listen to the cry of the young, who want justice”, as he opened a landmark summit on preventing sex abuse. More than 30 years since the first abuse scandals erupted within the church, he told 190 leaders of bishops conferences and religious orders that they had an Read More

Swedish and Estonian watchdogs open joint Swedbank probe

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sweden’s and Estonia’s financial watchdogs have opened a joint investigation following a media report linking Swedbank to a Baltic money laundering scandal involving Danske Bank, they said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: Swedbank’s logo is pictured on its Lithuanian headquarters in Vilnius, Lithuania, in this May 10, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo Read More