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Malaysia threatens WTO challenge to EU's move to drop palm biofuel

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Land that has been cleared is pictured at an oil palm plantation in Johor, Malaysia February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia on Saturday threatened to bring a World Trade Organization challenge if the European Union goes ahead with recommendations to phase out palm oil from transport fuel used in the bloc. Read More

Aussie Senator gets EGGED after comments blaming Muslims for NZ mosque shooting

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A teenage protester has egged the Australian senator under fire for his recent statement lashing out at Muslim immigration as a reason behind Friday’s mass shooting in New Zealand. Queensland Senator Fraser Anning made the controversial statement after 49 people were killed and more than 40 injured at two Christchurch mosques on Friday. Stating that Read More

North Korea mulls renewing tests after ‘gangster-like’ stance by Pompeo and Bolton – Deputy FM

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Pyongyang may freeze talks with the US and renew missile and nuclear tests after senior US officials torpedoed President Trump’s talks with Kim Jong-un in Vietnam, a top North Korean diplomat said. The Hanoi summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un wrapped up ahead of schedule and with no deal, Read More

RigNet Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2018 Earnings Results

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Quarterly revenue of $60.2 million; net loss of $49.7 million or $2.62 per share Full year 2018 revenue of $238.9 million; net loss of $62.5 million or $3.34 per share Quarterly and full year results include a $50.6 million non-cash charge, net of previous accruals, for the Phase I interim GX ruling (the GX Charge), Read More

Rio Tinto talking to Apple on next step of carbon-free aluminum project

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WEIPA, Australia (Reuters) – Rio Tinto is in talks to move into the next phase of an agreement with Apple, Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said on Friday, as the miner looks to transition its aluminum business to tap a low-carbon economy. Workers talk at Rio Tinto’s Amrun bauxite mine in Cape York, on the north-eastern Read More

S*** got real! Cops pelted with FECAL BOMBS during Yellow Vest protests in Marseille (PHOTO)

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The Yellow Vest protesters have apparently adopted an unconventional weapon against the French law enforcement – fecal bombs. At least three policemen have been already affected by them during the most recent protest. The criminal police (BAC) officers came under the excrement attack in the city of Marseille on Saturday, getting heavily stained by fecal Read More

China February factory activity shrinks to three-year low, export orders worst in a decade

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BEIJING (Reuters) – Factory activity in China contracted to a three-year low in February as export orders fell at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis, highlighting deepening cracks in an economy facing weak demand at home and abroad. A man works at a workshop of a machinery manufacturing company in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, Read More

Air France-KLM shares slump on surprise Dutch stake buy

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AMSTERDAM/PARIS (Reuters) – Shares in Air France-KLM fell sharply as the Dutch government amassed a 14 percent stake in the airline to counter French influence, in a surprise move highlighting tensions over the company’s strategic direction. Air France-KLM shares closed 11.7 percent lower in European trading on Wednesday, as analysts said the tug of war Read More