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Zero Hedge, LiveLeak blocked, sharers warned of jail as NZ censors crack down on mosque attack video

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New Zealand police are warning citizens they’ll face 10 years in prison for sharing the Christchurch mosque attack video, and a host of websites have been blocked as censors scrub the shooter’s manifesto from the internet. Video footage of killer Brenton Tarrant’s shooting spree at a Christchurch mosque on Friday – which left 50 worshippers Read More

France to ban Yellow Vest protests in ‘worst hit’ areas if radicals spotted – French PM

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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said Paris could soon ban protests in “worst hit” neighborhoods, after radical protesters turned a Yellow Vests’ demonstration on Champs-Elysees into smashing, looting, and burning mayhem. “From next Saturday, we will ban ‘yellow vest’ protests in neighbourhoods that have been the worst hit as soon as we see sign of Read More

Deutsche Bank merger talks with Commerzbank raise job fears, lift shares

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BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank faced concerns from workers unions, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office and top shareholders on Monday after confirming merger talks. Combining Germany’s two largest banks could result in 30,000 job losses, a union warned, prompting Merkel’s chief of staff to say the government was scrutinizing the issue. The concerns underline Read More

‘I advise them to talk less’: US buzz caused tensions in oil market, Tehran says

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Washington’s comments on oil prices are to blame for problems in the oil market, the chief Iranian energy official has said, warning that the situation could become even worse if the US fails to hold its tongue. “Americans talk a lot and I advise them to talk less. They have caused tensions in the oil Read More

Flash floods kill at least 50 in Indonesia's Papua province

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JAKARTA (Reuters) – Flash floods in Indonesia’s easternmost province of Papua have killed at least 50 people and badly injured dozens of others and damaged a small plane at the region’s main airport, authorities said on Sunday. The town of Sentani near the provincial capital Jayapura was hit by flash floods triggered by torrential rain Read More

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash: Questions that remain unanswered

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The crash of the 737 MAX 8 jet in Ethiopia has rocked the world and apparently spelled hard times for Boeing. The incident itself – as well as its aftermath – has also raised some questions that need to be answered. In the wake of the tragedy, the US manufacturer struggles to contain the fallout Read More

From 'good guys' to ruthless extremists: How Washington & allies supported jihadists in Syria

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Throughout the bloody Syrian conflict that has gone on for almost 9 years, the US has always found groups on the ground it could portray as “good guys” to push its own narrative. The groups, however, rarely fit that image. Almost from the beginning of the Syrian war, Washington and its Western allies spared no effort Read More

'Let's get this party started': Warning over gunman's video

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Social media users have been urged not to share a video taken by a gunman involved in attacks on two mosques in New Zealand that left 49 people dead. The country’s national police force called on people not to spread the “extremely distressing footage” after worshippers were killed during Friday prayers. The message has been Read More

Passengers rage over disruptions at India's embattled Jet Airways

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s embattled Jet Airways put photographs of smiling women employees on social media last week for Women’s Day, using the tagline “Standing tall; touching the skies” but few passengers reacted cheerfully. FILE PHOTO: Jet Airways flight information is seen at check-in counters inside the international airport in Mumbai, India, August 13, Read More

Norway plans to expand Arctic oil exploration areas amid falling production

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Norway’s government is proposing to expand the area that will be offered for oil and gas exploration in the 2019 licensing round of acreage in mature areas, Petroleum and Energy Minister Kjell-Børge Freiberg said on Thursday. Norway plans to include a total of 90 new blocks in the so-called APA annual licensing round this year, Read More