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Sri Lanka: Colombo Port City To See $15 Billion In Investments

The Colombo Port City when completed would see investments of US$ 15 billion. The land filling stage of the project has now been completed. Once completed the city can accommodate a population of over..
Eurasia Review - Published

News24.com | Australian state to pump oxygen into rivers as fish die

An Australian state government has announced plans to mechanically pump oxygen into lakes and rivers after hundreds of thousands of fish have died in heatwave conditions.
News24 - Published

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Crowd Cheers in London's Parliament Square After May's Brexit Vote Defeat [Video]Crowd Cheers in London's Parliament Square After May's Brexit Vote Defeat  00:13

Anti-Brexit demonstrators cheered as the defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal with the European Union was broadcast on a big screen in Parliament Square, outside the House of..

Storyful Studio - Published

If Shutdown Persists, Colorado Farmers Could Be In Trouble [Video]If Shutdown Persists, Colorado Farmers Could Be In Trouble  01:44

Federal employees may be the hardest hit by the government shutdown, but there is growing concern among Colorado farmers. 

CBS 4 Denver - Published

Day 24 Shutdown: WH Invites Dems To Border Meeting, But No One RSVPs [Video]Day 24 Shutdown: WH Invites Dems To Border Meeting, But No One RSVPs  01:56

On day 24 of the partial government shutdown, the White House tried a new tactic. They invited moderate Democrats to a border security meeting, but as Liz Cook tells us, none of the Democrats RSVP'd.

CBS 5 SF KPIX - Published

FAA recalls thousands of inspectors amid safety concerns [Video]FAA recalls thousands of inspectors amid safety concerns  01:46

The aviation safety inspectors were furloughed during the government shutdown before they were called in on Tuesday.

WCVB - Published

Denmark to build nine artificial islands off the coast of Copenhagen [Video]Denmark to build nine artificial islands off the coast of Copenhagen  00:47

The Danish government and greater Copenhagen mayors have revealed plans to build artificial islands using surplus soil from construction projects, according to a report by New Atlas.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me - Published

Denmark to build 'Silicon Valley' on artificial islands off its coast [Video]Denmark to build 'Silicon Valley' on artificial islands off its coast  01:37

COPENHAGEN , DENMARK — The Danish government and greater Copenhagen mayors have revealed plans to build artificial islands using surplus soil from construction projects, according to a report by New..

TomoNews US - Published

10% quota in higher education from academic year 2019-20: HRD Minister [Video]10% quota in higher education from academic year 2019-20: HRD Minister  01:20

HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar said the Central Government has announced that the 10 percent quota for economically backward upper castes will be implemented in all educational institutions from the..

Hindustan Times - Published

Alpine Bank Helping Furloughed Federal Workers [Video]Alpine Bank Helping Furloughed Federal Workers  00:40

Alpine Banks of Colorado is helping federal employees affected by the partial government shutdown.

CBS 4 Denver - Published

Coast Guard Service Members Go Unpaid As Government Shutdown Drags On [Video]Coast Guard Service Members Go Unpaid As Government Shutdown Drags On  02:02

An admiral of the U.S. Coast Guard has confirmed in a letter to all service members that they will not be receiving their next paycheck.

CBS4 Miami - Published

Valley residents in dire situations during government shutdown [Video]Valley residents in dire situations during government shutdown  02:01

Some Valley residents are in dire situations during the government shutdown and may force some out of their homes.

Rumble - Published

 

Albania’s Rama Slams ‘Garbage’ Voice Of America After Exposé

By Gjergj Erebara Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, already under fire from international media watchdogs over restrictive media legislation, has accused the US Congress-funded Voice of America of..
Eurasia Review - Published

Prices of China’s new homes grow at the weakest pace in eight months as purchase curbs bite hard amid a slowing economy

Prices of China’s new homes grew at the slowest pace in eight months in December, as the government’s curbs on speculation dampened sentiments amid a slowing economy, their impact particularly..
S.China Morning Post - Published

Top 10 Reasons Not To Love NATO – OpEd

Judging by comments in social media and the real world, millions of people in the United States have gone from having little or no opinion on NATO, or from opposing NATO as the world’s biggest..
Eurasia Review - Published

Asian Markets Mixed After Brexit Deal Defeat

Asian stock markets are mixed on Wednesday following the overnight gains on Wall Street and as investors digested news that the UK House of Commons has voted down Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit..
RTTNews - Published

Royal commission to examine aged care

The key details of the federal government's royal commission into the aged care sector which opens in Adelaide on Friday.
SBS - Published

Factbox - How will the confidence vote in UK PM May's government work?

British lawmakers will on Wednesday vote on whether they have confidence in the government, after Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal suffered a heavy defeat in parliament.
Reuters India - Published

Future Fund super proposal not govt policy

The federal government is carefully considering superannuation changes but offering everyone a government-run fund isn't its policy, the prime minister says.
SBS - Published

No losers in WA lobster plan: premier

Western Australia's premier has defended a plan for the state government to take a share in the annual rock lobster catch amid a negative ad blitz by industry.
SBS - Published

Israeli Minister Suggests Barring Abbas From Re-Entering West Bank

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan suggested barring Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas from returning to the West Bank after his next trip abroad, claiming the Palestinian Authority (PA) leader was..
Eurasia Review - Published

Political Engagement A Minefield For Religious Believers – OpEd

By Peter Welby* The quirks of the UK political system mean that the only politicians in the country who get criticized for contributing more, rather than less, are bishops from the Church of..
Eurasia Review - Published

Four Chinese tycoons just transferred US$17 billion of their wealth to trusts as government toughens up tax regime

Four Chinese tycoons transferred more than US$17 billion of their wealth into family trusts late last year, underscoring how the rich are scrambling to protect their fortunes from the nation’s newly..
S.China Morning Post - Published

Congress-led Chhattisgarh withdraws from Modi govt's Ayushman Bharat scheme

The Congress government in Chhattisgarh has decided to withdraw from the Centre's flagship universal healthcare scheme
DNA - Published

World Leaders Prepare For Davos Amid Gloomy Forecasts

By Frank Kane World leaders are preparing to head to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, amid the riskiest global backdrop in years, according to a report..
Eurasia Review - Published

First cruise ship will set sail from Puerto Penasco, Mexico, in December

The Sonora government announced the first six departure dates for a cruise that will set sail from Rocky Point and dock around the Gulf of California.
USATODAY.com - Published

Bigoted Artist Angers Christians In Israel – OpEd

A crucified sculpture of Ronald McDonald, called “McJesus,” is on display in the Haifa Museum of Art. Christians have protested, and some of them have turned violent. While the violence must be..
Eurasia Review - Published

May To Face Confidence Vote After Crushing Defeat Of Brexit Deal

By Benjamin Fox (EurActiv) — Theresa May will face a no confidence vote after MPs rejected her Brexit agreement by a landslide 230 majority on Tuesday night (15 January). MPs voted down the..
Eurasia Review - Published

Iran’s FM Zarif In Iraqi Kurdistan For Talks

After meeting with Iraqi leaders and top officials, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif started a visit to the Iraqi Kurdistan region on Tuesday. He was welcomed by the prime minister of..
Eurasia Review - Published

Florida commissioner: Rep. Rashida Tlaib might 'blow up' Capitol, has 'no place in government'

A Florida city commissioner is under fire after calling Rep. Rashida Tlaib a "danger" who might "blow up" the U.S. Capitol.
USATODAY.com - Published

Myanmar Denies Entry Of UN Human Rights Expert

By John Zaw Myanmar has refused a U.N. human rights expert entry as she visits Thailand and Bangladesh investigating abuses being committed in the country. Myanmar has barred Yanghee Lee, the..
Eurasia Review - Published

Fujitsu and EXest Use AI to Assist Tourists Visiting Japan

Fig. 1: General overview of the serviceFig. 2: Screen imageField trial set to discover hidden and unexpected needs, recommend optimal travel plans TOKYO, Jan 16, 2019 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu..
ACN Newswire - Published

Quake Minister Megan Woods seeks SSC advice on OIA payments to security firm Thompson & Clark

quake minister megan woods seeks ssc advice on oia payments to security firm thompson & clark
Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Megan Woods is seeking advice from the State Service Commission on taxpayer-funded payments by government insurer Southern Response to a private investigation..
New Zealand Herald - Published

British Lawmakers Vote Against EU Deal, Throwing Brexit Into Chaos

By Jamie Dettmer British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday suffered the biggest parliamentary reversal ever handed a sitting government, with lawmakers — including more than 100 rebels from..
Eurasia Review - Published

Brexit deal crushed in historic defeat, May to face no-confidence vote

The British PM's Brexit deal was rejected by 230 votes -- the largest defeat for a sitting government in history.
Rediff.com - Published

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