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There is a palpable sense of shame in Hong Kong

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By Diana Magnay, news correspondent, in Hong Kong Protest movements over time, just as crowds do, ebb and swell – gathering momentum only to deflate again as if heaving a collective sigh. Tuesday night at the airport by all accounts was a moment where a mob – albeit small – turns monstrous, gripped by adrenaline Read More

‘Back-loaded’ hurricane season in store for U.S. Gulf of Mexico

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By Brian K. Sullivan on 8/15/2019 BOSTON (Bloomberg) – Don’t be lulled by a quiet June and July, the real Atlantic hurricane season is about to kick off. The hurricane season generally runs from June 1 to the end of November. But the next six weeks — “the season within a season” — is regularly Read More

Wakey wakey, rise and shine! Black hole begins flashing, scientists baffled

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A supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way just woke up and is flashing 75 times brighter than ever observed, after being quiet for more than 20 years, baffling astronomers. Sagittarius A*, a supermassive blackhole that weighs about 4 million solar masses, is normally low key with minimal fluctuation in brightness. Recently, Read More

Why Hong Kong’s uprising could be doomed

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By Stuart Ramsay, chief correspondent, in Hong Kong The motorway to Hong Kong airport shouldn’t have anyone walking on it, but today they did in their thousands. We stopped and asked where they were going. “Away,” was basically the reply. Some of them had been at the airport for four days, protesting, demonstrating, singing and Read More

Kyrgyz special forces storm former-president’s compound: How a sleepy village became a warzone

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It was a typical evening at ex-president Almazbek Atambayev’s mansion, with supporters milling about his yard, hoping to meet their revered ex-leader. Minutes later, the serene compound would be turned into a bloody battlefield. Also on rt.com Special forces storm ex Kyrgyz president’s compound again, after Wednesday raid left one dead That was Wednesday. By Read More

Angola’s Nemba crude hits record high on gasoil demand in Mediterranean, NWE

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London — Angola’s gasoil- and naphtha-rich Nemba crude, supported by 0.1% gasoil demand in both Northwest Europe and the Mediterranean, has hit its highest value since S&P Global Platts began assessing the grade in July 2009. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now That was despite ongoing lackluster Read More

Suspect arrested after brutal SWORD murder CAUGHT ON CAMERA in Germany

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German police have arrested a man suspected of carrying out a brutal murder in the streets of the quiet southern city of Stuttgart. The alleged killer is believed to have repeatedly stabbed his victim with a sword. The shocking act of cold-blooded murder took place in broad daylight on Wednesday, reportedly after a dispute broke Read More

Tesla needs more time to turn profit; founding engineer steps down

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(Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) on Wednesday pushed back its profit timeline once again after missing financial targets in the second quarter, while announcing that the pioneer of the company’s electric batteries, J.B. Straubel, was stepping down from his role as chief technology officer. FILE PHOTO: A Tesla logo on a Model S is photographed Read More

Ukraine’s Zelensky gains parliamentary faction in snap election

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The party of Volodymyr Zelensky entered Ukraine’s parliament on the back of his popularity, giving the president a much-needed faction in the legislature. Now he needs to walk the walk and deliver on his campaign promises. Zelensky is a professional comedian who entered politics last year to successfully defeat his predecessor, Petro Poroshenko, in April Read More

Number of financially distressed oil, gas companies increasing: S&P Ratings

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Highlights Some companies may not escape financial trouble this year To lower costs, some companies have struck merger deals Houston — The number of oil and natural gas companies in financial distress is starting to rise as investors lose interest, access to more credit is throttled, and companies struggle to live within cash flows, S&P Read More