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Uganda launches gold refinery, amid fears of dirty minerals
KAMPALA, Uganda | A gold refinery primarily owned by a Belgian investor was launched in Uganda Monday amid concerns about the source of its minerals. | The African Gold Refinery, worth $15 million and... (photo: WN / prajkta) Atlanta Journal
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Toronto Stock Exchange Canadian stock market closes lower for first time in nine sessions
TORONTO, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- Canada's main stock market in Toronto ended a run of eight consecutive days of increases, as losses in Materials and Energy stocks outpaced g... (photo: Creative Commons) Xinhua
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi speaks during the opening of the first bilateral working group meeting on the "Belt and Road" with Hungary at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. China Believes In Future Opportunities For Six-Party Talks With North Korea
| On Friday China said they still had hope for diplomatic relations with North Korea to help prevent Pyongyang from advancing their weapons program in violation of United... (photo: AP / Ng Han Guan) WorldNews.com
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Scott Pruitt, President-elect Donald Trumps nominee to run the Environmental Protection Agency, testifies at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017. The nomination of Pruitt, currently Oklahomas attorney general, to lead the EPA is being fiercely opposed by environmental groups that point to fundraising ties with corporations he has sued to protect. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) Climate Change Skeptic Scott Pruitt Confirmed To Lead Environmental Protection Agency
| After years of being a vocal critic of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt was approved by the Senate on Friday to take the helm of the national agency, a... (photo: AP / J. Scott Applewhite) WorldNews.com
Climate Change   EPA   Photos   Scott Pruitt   Wikipedia: Scott Pruitt  
Gerard Farco follows stock prices at the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016, in New York. The DOW is close to the 20,000 mark Overnight Markets: US stocks down after seven-day rally
US stocks fell from record levels on Thursday as financial and energy companies slumped and technology stocks pared earlier gains. | The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose... (photo: AP / Mark Lennihan) Citywire
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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif addresses journalists during a news briefing in Athens, Greece, on Thursday, May 28, 2015. Head of U.N. Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Continuing Commitment to Deal
| The head of the UN atomic energy watchdog group said Tuesday Iran continues to carry out implementation of its part of the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and... (photo: AP / Yorgos Karahalis) WorldNews.com
Iran Compliance   Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action   P5+1   Photos   Wikipedia: Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action  
Distant view of the Las Vegas Strip from a residential neighborhood on the east side - taken on a rainy day. Solar power plant commissioned to serve Las Vegas Valley
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Officials have flipped the switch on a solar power plant southeast of Las Vegas. | NV Energy on Monday said the project, dubbed Boulder Solar II, has rea... (photo: Creative Commons / Nandaro) The Washington Times
Boulder Solar II   Las Vegas   Photos   Solar Power   Wikipedia: Solar energy  
Panama Paper Leak Panama paper's Mossack & Fonseca founders held on corruption charges
PANAMA CITY | The two founders of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca were arrested on Saturday, the attorney general's office said, after both were indicted on charges o... (photo: AP / Arnulfo Franco) Petroleum World
Mossack Fonseca   Odebrecht   Panama Papers   Photos   Wikipedia: Mossack Fonseca  
Mining in Canada - Liquid metals - Worker pouring gold into molds . Liquid battery could last for over 10 years
Modern batteries aren't hampered so much by their capacity as their long-term lifespan -- a lithium-ion pack can easily become useless after a few years of heavy use. Tha... (photo: Creative Commons / Agnico-Eagle) Engadget
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Nigeria's presidency says no cause for worry about Buhar
Ease of Doing Business: Presidency Mandates N’Assembly to
Culture, your most potent strategy
President Akufo-Addo Delivers State of the Nation Address
FILE- In this Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, file photo, Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh arrives for a summit to address a seminar on security during an event marking the centenary of the unification of Nigeria's north and south in Abuja, Nigeria. Gambian activists and politicians have called on West Africa's economic body to take actions against Gambia for its brutal crackdown on rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly in the run-up to elections later in the year. The calls come as Amnesty International released a report Thursday, June 2, 2016, that says amid opposition protests, peaceful demonstrators and bystanders were beaten and arrested in April and May.
Gambia Detains Jammeh's Former Head of Intelligence Over Reports of Torture
Kenya and UN sign deal to promote environ- mentally sustaina
Oil & Gas Market Energy Market
Propel to Partner Foreign Firm in oil Bunkering Business
Russia Overtakes Saudi Arabia as World’s Top Crude Oil Pro
Nigeria: FG Still Subsidizing Petrol
Nigeria: Petrol Subsidy Back - Sources
NNPC Clarifies N23.4bn Oil Export Supervision Debt to FG
Shell’s New LNG Forecast Rekindles Confidence in Brass LNG
FG Threatens Telecom Firms, Asks Them to Get Listed on Stock
Barcelona police open fire to stop stolen gas truck
Electricity Business
FG Threatens Telecom Firms, Asks Them to Get Listed on Stock
Electricity Tariff increase: Matters arising
Nigerians starved of electricity access turn to solar
Nigerians starved of electricity turn to solar
Free education promise in Ghana despite budget hole
Again, PCNI Budgets N60m to Fell Trees
Ease of Doing Business: Presidency Mandates N’Assembly to
NNPC Clarifies N23.4bn Oil Export Supervision Debt to FG
French Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron visits the Jewish quarter of the Bologhine cemetery in Algiers, Tuesday Feb. 14, 2017. Macron ends his two-day visit to Algeria.
Emmanuel Macron: the French outsider who would be president