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Anglo American says Chile Los Bronces mine project will not harm glaciers, biodiversity

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FILE PHOTO: The Anglo American logo is seen in Rusternburg October 5, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko/File Photo SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Anglo American said on Friday it had submitted an environmental impact study for a $3 billion project seeking to maintain output from its flagship Los Bronces copper mine in Chile. The overhaul proposes to move part Read More

Spain struggles to regulate renewable energy gold rush

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MADRID (Reuters) – Spanish authorities fear that a speculative rush threatens to hold back the development of renewable energy, saying coveted rights to connect to the national power grid are being secured with the sole aim of selling them on for a profit. FILE PHOTO: Power lines connecting pylons of high-tension electricity and a billboard-sized Read More

At least 1 dead, scores injured as Japanese anime studio goes up in flames

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At least one person has died and over thirty have been injured after fire engulfed a three-story building in western Japan that houses a famed animation studio. An alleged arsonist was taken into custody. Police have detained a male suspect who allegedly poured gasoline at the Kyoto Animation’s 1st Studio before setting it on fire. The Read More

California settles decades-long lawsuit over lead paint, but outcome is bittersweet

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OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) – When Californian counties and cities first sued paint makers in 2000, they wanted the companies to pay billions to remove dangerous old lead paint from hundreds of thousands of homes. Ashley Avila, 11, plays with her nephew Alexander Avila, 3, outside of their home where Alexander was lead poisoned by lead-based Read More

Delphi Energy Corp. Announces Extension of Credit Facility

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CALGARY, Alberta, July 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Delphi Energy Corp. (“Delphi” or the “Company”) announces that the annual borrowing base redetermination of its senior credit facility has been finalized. The amended credit facility has a borrowing base of $100.0 million reducing to $90.0 million upon the earlier of September 30, 2019 and the completion Read More

Baghdad cabinet approves Iraq-Jordan oil pipeline

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London — Iraq’s cabinet approved a plan to build a pipeline to send the output of oil fields in Rumaila to Aqaba in Jordan, according to a Wednesday statement from the country’s oil ministry. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The pipeline will have a capacity of Read More

Golden asteroid story ‘complete BS’ spread by bitcoin bulls to pump up crypto, Peter Schiff tells RT

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The trending story about the golden asteroid Psyche 16 that allegedly contains massive amounts of precious heavy metals is a “whole bunch of nonsense,” says Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital. He explained that the story is being circulated by crypto enthusiasts to spread panic among gold investors to get them to buy bitcoin instead. Read More

U.S. trade, services industry data point to slowing economy

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. trade deficit jumped to a five-month high in May as imports of goods increased, likely as businesses restocked ahead of an increase in tariffs on Chinese merchandise, overshadowing a broad rise in exports. FILE PHOTO: Ships and shipping containers are pictured at the port of Long Beach in Long Beach, Read More

U.S. trade deficit at five-month high; labor market slowing

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. trade deficit jumped to a five-month high in May as imports of goods increased, likely as businesses restocked ahead of an increase in tariffs on Chinese merchandise, overshadowing a broad rise in exports. FILE PHOTO: Ships and shipping containers are pictured at the port of Long Beach in Long Beach, Read More

Scientists left ‘speechless’ by young Arctic fox’s amazing journey from Norway to Canada

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Despite its tender age, an Arctic fox has made headlines, broken records and baffled scientists who tracked its blistering 2,176-mile trek from Norway’s Svalbard islands to Canada in a mere 76 days. While 15-year-old Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff’s Wimbledon win over Venus Williams was undoubtedly impressive, this one-year-old Arctic fox may have made the most impressive Read More