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LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Saudi Aramco cut its key oil prices for Asia for January, as had been expected, but the key question is whether the drop is big enough to tempt refiners to buy more crude. Aramco (2222.SE), the world's largest crude exporter, trimmed the official selling...
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In some ways, a masked millionaire managing to even out-do conspiracy theorists by saying, ‘I love Hitler’ is so outright absurd, that it could be funny. But when I watched Kanye West go on his latest antisemitic rant on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’s podcast, in which he claimed to be a good...
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Died Suddenly Why do we never believe them? For centuries, the global elite have broadcast their intentions to depopulate the world - even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never seem to believe them. The Stew Peters Network is proud to present DIED SUDDENLY, from the award...
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Meghan Markle ‘imposed’ her ‘Hollywood narrative’ on Prince Harry Meghan Markle has been accused of imposing her ‘Hollywood narrative’ on her ‘compliant’ husband Prince Harry by an...
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ACCRA, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Ghana will launch a domestic debt exchange on Monday, its Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said, expressing confidence that the move would help restore macroeconomic stability and end the West African country's worst economic crisis in a generation. Ofori-Atta said in a...
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LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 5 (Reuters) - When faced with a myriad of uncertainties the most sensible path is often to sit back and see how events unfold. That is what OPEC+ has chosen to do with the crude oil market. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies including Russia...
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*Southgate admits playing reigning champions France will be difficult African champions, Senegal, failed to end the jinx against African teams that have met England on the global stage in football as Three Lions devoured the Teranga Lions to set up a quarter final clash with reigning champions...
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The Netherlands is expected to formally apologise for its role in 250 years of slavery but the planned move is threatening to cause a split in the country, with some critics calling it “complete nonsense”. The prime minister, Mark Rutte, will deliver a public message on 19 December that will aim to...
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Morioka was the seat of a clan of samurai warriors centuries ago, before a castle was built in the 1500s; with it long since destroyed by fire or knocked down, officials keen to resurrect the building need help ascertaining its appearance. ......
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SAO PAULO: The World Cup is a big deal in Latin America, with cities across Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and elsewhere brought to a standstill whenever their respective national teams are on the pitch. But for one segment of society in particular, the 2022 tournament hosted by Qatar is particularly...

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