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OPEC agrees on oil output cut, markets cheer deal

OPEC agrees on oil output cut, markets cheer deal

According to a report by Goldman Sachs , OPEC's output limitation will drive up oil prices in the short run. Russian Federation produces over 11 million barrels a day, while USA shale gas producers have also increased their output. Saudi Arabia's unravelling public finances, however, are a more pressing problem now. A global glut of oil supply caused oil prices to crash over the last two years. Read More

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Saudi Arabia condemns passage of U.S. 9/11 law

Just because Congress has allowed September 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia over claims it had a role in the terror attacks doesn't mean such a case will ever go before a jury. That is why the President, the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency have expressed their opposition to JASTA as it has been drafted. Read More

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China in touch with India, Pak to bring down tensions

The Pakistani officials met with senior officials of the World Bank to insist on early appointment of the judges and empanelment the court, it said. "The World Bank will be deciding the issue in the next few days", it added. The treaty was inked in 1960 by the India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and then Pakistan President Ayub Khan, which allocates 80 percent of water to Pakistan from the six-river Indus Water System, including Beas, Ravi, Sutlej, Indus, Chenab and Jhelum that ... Read More

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Gabbard: Halt Saudi Arms Sales

Gabbard: Halt Saudi Arms Sales

That is a much higher number than I expected, and it does show that there is a significant bloc in the Senate that questions the wisdom of U.S. policy in Yemen and views the U.S. "It is a message". Rand Paul and Democrat Sen. It was also led by Republican Representative Mick Mulvaney. "I knew from the beginning that this was not becoming law", Murphy told Politico. Read More

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African elephants 'suffer worstdecline in 25 years'

According to reports, the number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade. - file picJOHANNESBURG, Sept 26 - The number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade, a new report released yesterday at the Johannesburg conference on the wildlife trade said, blaming the plummeting figures on poaching. Read More

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N. Korea air show thumbs nose at looming sanctions

North Korea has warned the United Nations that it is preparing for "nuclear war" after USA supersonic bombers were flown near its borders. The minister also blamed the USA for making the peninsula one of the world's most risky hotspots for a nuclear war by conducting multiple military exercises with South Korea to try and topple the leadership in Pyongyang. Read More

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Dutch probe: Missile brought from Russian Federation downed Malaysia Airline plane over Ukraine

Dutch probe: Missile brought from Russian Federation downed Malaysia Airline plane over Ukraine

Now families of the victims of the disaster say they have been given "irrefutable proof" that the BUK was sacked from a Russian-backed area, Sky News reports , and that it was transported to the Ukrainian village of Snizhne from Russia. The board held a news conference to describe its findings. The JIT said many private calls were intercepted during the investigation process and the recordings were made evidence of the findings. Read More

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Ban says Aleppo is worse than 'slaughterhouse'

A generator was destroyed in the other. He said government forces had briefly taken over some positions there but were forced to withdraw. United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon says the situation in rebel-held parts of Aleppo is worse than a "slaughterhouse" and implicitly accuses Syria and Russian Federation of committing war crimes. Read More

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A Timeline Of Trump's Debate Night Waffling On Paying Taxes

In the debate's final stretch, Trump charged that "she doesn't have the stamina". We have our criticisms of Donald Trump, too. "That in the contrast of kind of an avalanche of personal insults from Hillary Clinton that must have been created to elicit something from Donald Trump that they believed to be there but just simply isn't", Pence, the Indiana Governor, told CNN . Read More

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Jordan Signs $10 Billion Israeli Leviathan Gas Deal

Jordan Signs $10 Billion Israeli Leviathan Gas Deal

Gross contract revenue is estimated to be about $10 billion. Actual revenue will be affected by various factors, including the volume of gas NEPCO actually buys and Brent prices during the period of the contract. NEPCO put the validating reasons behind the deal as part of its strategy to diversify energy resources in light of disruption in Egyptian gas supply to the country. Read More

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Kurdish rebel attacks on soldiers in Turkey kill 10

Kurdish rebel attacks on soldiers in Turkey kill 10

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey Six Turkish soldiers were killed and one was injured on Monday in clashes with militants in the largely Kurdish southeast, security and hospital sources said. (1608 GMT) and 7.20 p.m. (1620 GMT), Anadolu Agency reported. The figures could not be independently verified. In March 2013 the PKK declared a unilateral ceasefire, which held until July 2015 when the autonomy-seeking group began attacks again. Read More

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Mall shooting suspect caught

A man who was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries died overnight, Francis said in a statement early on Saturday morning. The social media profiles for the alleged killer in a Burlington, Washington shooting spree depict a young man fascinated by guns, video games, and serial killers. Read More

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Leicester bank on Slimani experience against Porto

Leicester bank on Slimani experience against Porto

We have a lot of respect for Porto , they are a more experienced team in Europe than us. "The referees speak about not a new rule, it's something we're used to doing". Cakir has issued 11 yellow cards and one red in his last two domestic games and has previously sent off Steven Gerrard for England against Ukraine and Chelsea's John Terry against Barcelona in the Champions League. Read More

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Lea Michele: I'm 'pretty comfortable' being naked

DeGeneres' wanted to know what inspired her to do the cover and Michele said that she had seen Chrissy Teigen's cover the previous year and thought it was really cool. It's hard to believe Michele is the first person to say those words, and she likely won't be the last. DeGeneres kicked off the game of Who'd You Rather with John Stamos V.S. Read More

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IS militants killed in Iraqi operation

The HIMARS allows US forces to provide mobile artillery support to ISF troops as they advance against the enemy, a crucial advantage that has played a large role in recent victories over ISIS. It's a sensitive issue. If confirmed, it will have been the first use of mustard gas against USA troops since World War I. None. Iraqi and Kurdish fighters are going to fight for the city when they're damned good and ready, and not before. Read More

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