• Khamenei says Iran to continue to cut nuclear deal commitments
    Reuters

    Khamenei says Iran to continue to cut nuclear deal commitments

    Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Tuesday Iran would continue to reduce its commitments under its nuclear deal, accusing European partners of not fulfilling their obligations. "According to our foreign minister, Europe made 11 commitments, none of which they abided by.

  • Lawyers Argue Over Questioning at S. African Probe: Zuma Update
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    Lawyers Argue Over Questioning at S. African Probe: Zuma Update

    (Bloomberg) -- Former South African President Jacob Zuma is testifying for a second day before a judicial panel that’s investigating whether he consented to and benefited from widespread looting during his nine-year rule.Key DevelopmentsZuma has labeled the corruption allegations against him a conspiracy

  • What first-hand government reports say about conditions at migrant detention centers
    USA TODAY

    What first-hand government reports say about conditions at migrant detention centers

    USA TODAY assembled accounts from government officials as well as pediatricians who have toured border facilities. Here's what they said.

  • Power tools firm Husqvarna CEO sees battery restraints for another decade
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    Power tools firm Husqvarna CEO sees battery restraints for another decade

    The head of Husqvarna, the world's biggest gardening power tools maker, said it could take another decade before batteries on the market have enough range to electrify some of the company's still petrol-driven products. The Swedish company, whose products range from lawn mowers and trimmers

  • Here's Why Middle-Aged Workers Need to Worry About Healthcare in Retirement
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    Here's Why Middle-Aged Workers Need to Worry About Healthcare in Retirement

    High costs plus inflation equals a potentially unpleasant surprise for future retirees.

  • Binance is in talks to establish a local entity in South Korea
    The Block

    Binance is in talks to establish a local entity in South Korea

    Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, is in talks to establish a local entity in South Korea, according to sources familiar with the matter.The post Binance is in talks to establish a local entity in South Korea appeared first on The Block.

  • Czech stud farm makes UNESCO's World Heritage list
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    Czech stud farm makes UNESCO's World Heritage list

    A Czech stud farm founded 440 years ago to breed and train ceremonial horses to serve at the Habsburg emperor's court has been added to UNESCO's World Heritage list, acknowledging the significance of a tradition that has survived for centuries. The National stud farm, located in the town of

  • Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays
    Reuters

    Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays

    Ryanair remains confident in the Boeing 737 MAX and believes the plane will be "warmly welcomed" by customers, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday after he was forced to half the airline's 2020 growth plans due to the plane's grounding. "As soon as we can reasonably

  • No More Czars: An Open Russian, Part II
    National Review

    No More Czars: An Open Russian, Part II

    Editor’s Note: The below is an expansion of an article that appears in the current issue of National Review. Part I was published yesterday, here; Part II is the final installment.Some prisoners emerge untouched by their experience, or essentially untouched. They are in balance. They are without mental

  • Don’t Compare the Situation on the Border to the Holocaust
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    Don’t Compare the Situation on the Border to the Holocaust

    As the number of U.S.-bound migrants from Central America continues to overwhelm the ICE officials tasked with detaining them, many Americans — Jewish and non-Jewish alike — have invoked the Holocaust. They’ve described holding facilities as “concentration camps,” used “never again” as a cry of protest

  • Dems in Disarray
    National Review

    Dems in Disarray

    Among Democrats these days, it’s a Hobbesian war of all against all. No, that’s not quite right. It’s more of a Seinfeldian war of imagined slights and peevish insults, a slap-fight of grievance and innuendo, a “you-started-it-no-you-started it” toddlers’ rodeo.  It’s Mad Max beyond Blunderdome.To recap

  • Yet Another Study Finds Trigger Warnings May Be Harmful. It’s Time to Do Away with Them
    National Review

    Yet Another Study Finds Trigger Warnings May Be Harmful. It’s Time to Do Away with Them

    Yet another study has found that trigger warnings are useless at best -- and harmful at worst -- and I’m ready to say that it is time to do away with them altogether.The new study was conducted by Harvard psychologists Payton Jones, Richard McNally, and Benjamin Bellet. It represents a continuation of

  • Divided We Fall
    National Review

    Divided We Fall

    The Democrat infighting last week pitted two kinds of power against each other. On one side, Nancy Pelosi and the leadership of the Democratic caucus wielded the traditional political power that comes with office, seniority, patronage, and long-term alliances. On the other side was “the squad” of four

  • The Selfish Actors of Illegal Immigration
    National Review

    The Selfish Actors of Illegal Immigration

    Almost every party invested in open borders proves utterly selfish, without regard for the legitimate interests of others or of the law itself. The Illegal ImmigrantThe immigrant is the pawn of Latin American governments who view him as inanimate capital, someone who represents thousands of dollars in

  • Argentina ranchers kill the fatted cow amid cash crunch, turn to China
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    Argentina ranchers kill the fatted cow amid cash crunch, turn to China

    Argentina's world-famous ranchers are culling their breeding cows at the highest rate in 30 years and tapping Chinese demand for meat in order to help pay their bills as access to credit has dried up for farmers in South American's No. 2 economy. The trend underscores how Argentina's tight

  • Samsung, SK Hynix ask Korean firm to boost chemicals supply amid Japanese curbs
    Reuters

    Samsung, SK Hynix ask Korean firm to boost chemicals supply amid Japanese curbs

    South Korea's Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix have asked a local supplier to the boost supply of a key chipmaking chemical to guard against any production disruptions, an official at the supplier said on Tuesday. The move by the two chipmakers to secure supplies of hydrogen fluoride comes after

  • N. Korea warns US-S. Korea drills will affect nuclear talks
    AFP

    N. Korea warns US-S. Korea drills will affect nuclear talks

    North Korea on Tuesday said looming US-South Korea military drills could impact the proposed resumption of nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington, and hinted that it could reconsider its moratorium on nuclear testing. It was the first statement from Pyongyang on the talks since US President

  • Khamenei vows Iran will respond to UK 'piracy' over tanker seizure
    Reuters

    Khamenei vows Iran will respond to UK 'piracy' over tanker seizure

    Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Tuesday Iran would respond to Britain's "piracy" over the seizure of an Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar. Iran has called on Britain to immediately release the oil tanker, which was seized by British Royal Marines on suspicion it

  • Turkey: EU sanctions over gas drilling 'worthless'
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    Turkey: EU sanctions over gas drilling 'worthless'

    Turkey on Tuesday rejected as "worthless" an initial set of sanctions approved by the European Union against Ankara, and vowed to send a new vessel to the eastern Mediterranean to reinforce its efforts to drill for hydrocarbons off the island of Cyprus. EU foreign ministers on Monday approved

  • Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays
    Reuters

    Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays

    Ryanair remains confident in the Boeing 737 MAX and believes the plane will be "warmly welcomed" by customers, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday after he was forced to half the airline's 2020 growth plans due to the plane's grounding. "As soon as we can reasonably

  • Exclusive: UAE plans oil trade overhaul to boost Middle Eastern clout
    Reuters

    Exclusive: UAE plans oil trade overhaul to boost Middle Eastern clout

    DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates' state-run ADNOC, long seen as one of the most conservative oil firms in the Middle East, plans an overhaul for its trading operations as it seeks to emulate the success of rival oil majors and bolster its regional influence. The company has splurged

  • DHFL's lenders willing to go extra mile to finalise rescue package: sources
    Reuters

    DHFL's lenders willing to go extra mile to finalise rescue package: sources

    Lenders to India's Dewan Housing Finance Ltd (DHFL) are prepared to accept limited haircuts as part of a debt restructuring plan being worked out for the troubled firm, said sources involved in talks. The country's fourth largest housing finance company, which warned on Saturday that its financial

  • 3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now
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    3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now

    The Oracle of Omaha has already placed his bets on Axalta Coating Systems, Amazon.com, and Restaurant Brands International, and maybe you should, too.

  • Iranian bread permanent guest at Kuwaiti tables
    AFP

    Iranian bread permanent guest at Kuwaiti tables

    Khalil Kamal makes sure he regularly visits Kuwait's popular Souq Al-Mubarakiya, where he enjoys his favourite kebab meal with onion, rocket and freshly baked Iranian bread. The smell of the bread wafts through the market as it bakes in a traditional oven at the Al-Walimah restaurant in downtown