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Last May, Opec and non-Opec members agreed to extend production cuts for a period of nine months until March, but stuck to production cuts of 1.8 million bpd agreed in November previous year. The profitability line in shale oil production in U.S. reduced to $45-50 a barrel in recent days, while it was $60 in previous years. Going into the meeting, the crude oil market appears to be underpinned so I think investors will be disappointed if nothing is accomplished.
  • Leaders clash at UN over Iran's regional activism, nuclear deal

    Leaders clash at UN over Iran's regional activism, nuclear deal

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    Mr Trump called the July 14th, 2015, nuclear accord with Iran "an embarrassment" and one of the worst ever agreed to by the US. NEW YORK • The leaders of Britain, France and Italy were to push social media companies yesterday to remove "terrorist content" from the Internet within one to two hours of it appearing because, they say, that is the period when most material is spread.
  • Kenya braces for Supreme Court ruling on polls

    Kenya braces for Supreme Court ruling on polls

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    Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu read the majority judgment said the Supreme Court judges concluded that the IEBC election transmission system was compromised and data interfered with. Mwilu said the IEBC refused a court order demanding it open its computer servers. "The (board) can not therefore be said to have verified the results", she said.
  • PM May to offer €20bn for Brexit divorce bill

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    The same newspaper yesterday quoted sources close to him suggesting he could quit the Cabinet by the weekend if he is unhappy with Mrs May's speech on Brexit in Florence this Friday. "So I contributed a small article to the pages of the Telegraph , and now everyone who had previously accused me of saying too little are now saying I am saying rather too much".
  • PM should stop 'embarrassing' Pakistan with his statements: Ex-minister

    PM should stop 'embarrassing' Pakistan with his statements: Ex-minister

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    Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday said that the Foreign Minister's remarks regarding "in-house cleaning" are completely true and he agrees with the point of view that "our own house needs to be cleaned first". VIDEO: Abbasi's predecessor was Nawaz Sharif, who suffered a major blow yesterday when Pakistan's Supreme Court dismissed a petition seeking a review of the decision that disqualified him.
  • Trump says some major portions of the world 'are going to hell'

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    Despite the forceful rhetoric, Mr Trump told world leaders the USA does not seek to impose its will on other countries and will respect the sovereignty of other nations. A unilateral USA exit from the agreement would likely have undesirable consequences for Washington, isolating it from its negotiating partners that include close European allies, and potentially forcing the U.S.to sanction them if they continue to keep with the accord's parameters.
  • Hurricane Irma, teacher evaluations, Baker Act and more

    Hurricane Irma, teacher evaluations, Baker Act and more

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    With a retention level set at $16 million, the insured losses will trigger HCI's reinsurance recoveries, as well as trigger the loss of accrued benefits and deferrals under retrospective provisions within certain reinsurance contracts. In the Upper Keys, 28 percent of the customers of Keys Electric Cooperative are still enduring power outages. On Friday, Florida AHCA said it, along with the Florida Department of Health, was continuing to call assisted living communities, nursing homes and ...
  • Resources Are Limited And For Indians First: Centre On Rohingya Stand

    Resources Are Limited And For Indians First: Centre On Rohingya Stand

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    The government, according to the News18 report, told the Supreme Court that the Rohingyas' continued presence in India would have serious national security ramifications. The community is recognised as illegal immigrants in India and the Rohingyas in India are registered as refugees with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
  • Deadly Queens bus crash caught on camera

    Deadly Queens bus crash caught on camera

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    The NY Times reports that previous year, a bus owned by Dahlia overturned while traveling to a CT casino, injuring 30 people. "It's hard to compare it to anything I've ever seen, the sheer destruction". "We want to make sure we understand what happened and prevent this from ever happening again", Lhota said. One of the company's buses was also involved in a February 2016 crash that left one person dead and 36 others .
  • Ryanair cancels hundreds of flights after 'messing up pilot holidays'

    Ryanair cancels hundreds of flights after 'messing up pilot holidays'

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    Des Manning told KCLR Live they've been busy fielding calls about it and thankfully haven't had any of their customers affected yet. Ryanair has now published on its website an updated list of cancelled flights up to October 28. The airline said that less than two percent of its flights are affected by the cancelations. If not, they would be moved to flights the day before or the day after and the airline would meet its obligations over compensation.
  • Pelosi Shouted Down by Activists Over DACA Deal With Trump

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    Pelosi was holding the conference with fellow California Democratic House members Barbara Lee and Jared Huffman to call for the passage of the DREAM Act , which would allow recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) and other undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as minors to remain in the country.
  • Police Say Dad Scared Daughter, Results In Gunshot Fired

    Police Say Dad Scared Daughter, Results In Gunshot Fired

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    The charges follow a Perth teen's terror at being chased and spooked after she was chased by 2.5km by three men wearing clown masks on Saturday night. Police told WYTV Barrett said his daughter was having behavioral issues and made a decision to discipline her by scaring her, as opposed to spanking her, because of what her mother did.
  • Barbuda need to be rebuilt after Hurricane Irma

    Barbuda need to be rebuilt after Hurricane Irma

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    During the week of September 5- September 9, category 5 Hurricane Irma caused destruction in multiple Caribbean islands . Download the Nigeria Today app from Play store. The government thinks it could cost roughly $200 million U.S.to rebuild - money that it doesn't have. A nursing home has also been converted to house displaced Barbudans.
  • Democrats to study every option to halt Obamacare repeal bill

    Democrats to study every option to halt Obamacare repeal bill

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    But some of the same GOP senators who blocked various stages of earlier repeal efforts are withholding their support. Democrats are warning that the bill is a serious threat. If the Senate does not vote by the end of next week, it will become almost impossible to repeal the law because the drive to kill the Affordable Care Act will lose the procedural protections that allow it to pass the Senate with a simple majority, rather than the 60 votes that would otherwise be needed.
  • Is the Trump Administration Changing Its Mind About the Paris Climate Agreement?

    Is the Trump Administration Changing Its Mind About the Paris Climate Agreement?

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    The decision to leave the agreement drew support from many Republicans, but condemnation from the other side of the aisle and around the world. Trump was criticized in environmental circles and European capitals when he announced the USA withdrawal from the Paris accord, a hard-fought agreement that brought together nearly every country in the world to confront climate change.
  • India, Australia set to resume high-scoring rivalry

    India, Australia set to resume high-scoring rivalry

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    The preparation of the players in the match India vs Australia is probably being marked. But as another series beckons, both the sides hope to get their acts right, without crossing the line. Marcus Stoinis's introduction to the attack worked nearly immediately as his nippy short ball got the better of Rohit, with the miscued pull landing safely in the hands of the fielder in the deep.
  • 4 students attacked with acid in France from Boston College

    4 students attacked with acid in France from Boston College

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    The two tourists have suffered burns and have been admitted to hospital. The spokeswoman spoke on condition of anonymity, per the custom of the French judicial system. Four young USA tourists have been rushed to hospital after being sprayed with acid in Marseilles in the south of France. Alex Daniels, a spokesman for the U.S.
  • Trump Shares Doctored Image of His Golf Ball Hitting Hillary Clinton

    Trump Shares Doctored Image of His Golf Ball Hitting Hillary Clinton

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    The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific-but stupidly, that would not be politically correct! Former Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub, who repeatedly criticized the administration about potential conflicts of interest before resigning in July , slammed Trump for the retweet and said he reported it to Twitter for violating the social media platform's rules of conduct.
  • Qatar to buy 24 Typhoon jets from UK's BAE Systems

    Qatar to buy 24 Typhoon jets from UK's BAE Systems

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    In Berlin, the emir reiterated that his country is open to negotiations with its neighbors, saying through a translator that "Qatar is prepared to take a seat at the table to solve this problem". "We support a resolution of the crisis through a brotherly manner and through dialogue", Ibrahim Kalin, Erdogan's spokesman, told reporters. The accusations were made after it emerged that Qatar and Saudi Arabia and its allies in a list of countries identified by officials as "priority markets" for ...
  • Hamas Says It Has Agreed to Key Conditions for Reconciliation

    Hamas Says It Has Agreed to Key Conditions for Reconciliation

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    The Hamas terrorist group on Sunday said it had accepted key conditions demanded by its rival, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas , including nationwide elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, to clear the way for a reconciliation deal after a 10-year rift that has left the Palestinians divided between two governments.
  • South Delhi woman slaps army jawan, arrested after video goes viral

    South Delhi woman slaps army jawan, arrested after video goes viral

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    In the complaint, the army subedar alleged that auto was driven by the accused Smriti Kalra in a zigzag manner ahead of them and despite giving horn, the vehicle refused to give them way. As the army jawans got down from the truck, the woman sped away in her vehicle. The vehicle she was travelling in during the incident has also been impounded.
  • 'Twin Peaks' actor Harry Dean Stanton has died, aged 91

    'Twin Peaks' actor Harry Dean Stanton has died, aged 91

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    And in a career spanning 60 years, he appeared in films including " Alien ", "The Godfather Part Two", and " Paris, Texas ". Science fiction fans probably remember him best as Brett, the cat-loving Nostromo crew member in the original Alien .