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If US wants to enter Hormuz Strait, it must talk to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards – FM Zarif

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If the US seeks to operate in the Hormuz Strait, the Persian Gulf’s major trade route, it must talk to those who defend it, FM Zarif said, referring to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, which the US has declared ‘terrorists’. Anyone who enters the Strait of Hormuz has to work with regional powers providing security for the Read More

Wall Street set for flat open after Boeing, Caterpillar earnings

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(Reuters) – Wall Street was set to open flat on Wednesday after a record-setting rally in the previous session, as investors assessed quarterly reports from industrial bellwethers Boeing and Caterpillar. FILE PHOTO: A trader speaks to a floor official on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 23, Read More

Sri Lanka attacks could signal new international campaign of terror

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By Deborah Haynes, foreign affairs editor The carnage in Sri Lanka, one of the worst terrorist atrocities this century, could signal the start of a new campaign of “spectacular” attacks around the world. There have long been warnings that Islamic State militants, many trained in explosives and guns after time spent fighting in Syria and Read More

‘I lived in Russia for ‘14 f*****g years!’ Guardian’s DILL expert totally sure what’s in a BORSCH

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The Guardian’s Eastern Europe reporter has sparked a lively discussion on Twitter by posting photo of a plate of borsch garnished with what he said was dill which he had specifically said he didn’t want in his soup. Twitter is the go-to place for journalists to debate policies, gain followers and clash with opponents from Read More

Trump’s LNG push is helping power German green cruise liner boom

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By Brian Parkin, William Wilkes and Vanessa Dezem on 4/20/2019 BERLIN and FRANKFURT (Bloomberg) — President Donald Trump’s bid to dump a glut of liquefied natural gas on Europe is getting an unlikely boost: stringent regulations on shipping emissions that are prompting the continent’s shipyards to hunt for alternatives to high-polluting diesel (gasoil). The International Read More

Turkey embraces Russia’s national payment system credit card Mir

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The largest banking chain in Turkey, along with the country’s 10,000 online retailers, have started accepting Russia’s Mir cards, according to the CEO of Russia’s national payment system (NSPK), Vladimir Komlev. “We would like to announce that today is a great day. Mir cards are now accepted in Turkey. Yesterday, the testing was finalized,” the Read More

Oil prices inch up on signs of tighter global supply

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil futures edged up on Thursday as a drop in crude exports from OPEC’s de facto leader, Saudi Arabia, and a draw in U.S. drilling rigs and oil inventories supported prices. FILE PHOTO: An oil well pump jack is seen at an oil field supply yard near Denver, Colorado, U.S., February Read More

‘Fossil hunter’ flogs baby T. rex for $2.95mn on eBay, angering scientists (PHOTO)

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A 68-million-year-old baby Tyrannosaurus rex fossil is up for sale on eBay for a jaw-dropping $2.95 million. The bones belong to a four-year-old dinosaur whose owner sparked controversy by suddenly flogging them online. The rare fossilized skeleton was uncovered in Montana in 2013 and has been on loan to the University of Kansas Natural History Read More

Canada’s United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney vows to fight harder for energy industry

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By Kevin Orland on 4/17/2019 Photo: United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney. CALGARY (Bloomberg) — Alberta has made a made a conservative move by electing Kenney premier after he vowed to fight harder for the Canadian province’s beleaguered energy industry. Kenney defeated center-left incumbent Rachel Notley, 55, whose New Democratic Party snapped four decades of Read More

Wall Street opens higher after encouraging China data, earnings

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FILE PHOTO: Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 9, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (Reuters) – U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday, as upbeat economic data from China and a jump in Qualcomm shares sparked gains in chipmakers, with sentiment also lifted by largely positive earnings Read More