Global Media

At the same time, Mnuchin warned, "There is the potential of a trade war". If viewed this way, US agriculture and the stock market would be the infantry, in the trenches taking shots on the front line. Secondly, traditional American industries such as defence and agriculture, are facing serious problems. China already has been looking for alternative soy sources in places like Brazil, Canada and Russian Federation, and the tariffs could help reduce Chinese dependence on USA suppliers, said ...
  • Stifel Nicolaus Analysts Give RSP Permian (RSPP) a $49.00 Price Target

    Global Media

    A total of 1,719,161 shares exchanged hands during the intra-day trade contrast with its average trading volume of 3.85M shares, while its relative volume stands at 0.93. New York-based Boothbay Fund Mngmt has invested 0.1% in RSP Permian, Inc . (NYSE: RSPP ) or 62,500 shares. 4/2/2018-KLR Group was Downgraded by analysts at KLR Group from a "Buy " rating to a " Hold" rating.
  • Suspected Toronto serial killer charged with 8th murder

    Suspected Toronto serial killer charged with 8th murder

    Global Media

    McArthur was already charged with the first-degree murders of Skandaraj Navaratnam, Abdulbasir Faizi, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi, Dean Lisowick, Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman. Another alleged victim was homeless, smoked crack cocaine and worked as a prostitute. Police said at the time believed the man was one of McArthur's victims and requested the public's help in learning who he was.
  • Binghamton University Confirms Student Stabbed to Death On Campus

    Binghamton University Confirms Student Stabbed to Death On Campus

    Global Media

    Sunday in a residence suite on the campus near the Pennsylvania state line. The unidentified attacker fled on foot from Windham Hall, leaving Souza for dead. The university also said in a statement, "Investigators from multiple agencies have been interviewing numerous people throughout the night". The school, one of the four university centers in New York's sprawling state university system, canceled classes on Monday due the 'tragic event.' Counseling was being offered to students and ...
  • Labour says Windrush generation treatment

    Labour says Windrush generation treatment "unacceptable"

    Global Media

    The global development secretary told the BBC there is "no question of their right to remain" in the UK. Were they subject to immigration controls? The Home Secretary said high commissioners would have an opportunity to raise any such cases with her at their meeting later this week.
  • Child's body found week after family's auto plunged into river

    Child's body found week after family's auto plunged into river

    Global Media

    Officials later learned it matched the description of the Thottapilly's maroon Honda Pilot. The Thottapilly family were on a spring break road trip from Portland to San Jose when they lost contact with relatives on Thursday, April 5. The Humboldt County Sheriffs Office also assisted with the use of their jet boat with side scan sonar system. The teams covered 12 miles of the riverbank on Tuesday and Wednesday but did not find the Honda or the family members.
  • Turkey distances itself from Iran, Russia and U.S. on Syria

    Turkey distances itself from Iran, Russia and U.S. on Syria

    Global Media

    Brunson, who has lived in Turkey for 23 years, rejects the accusations. Monday's court session will be attended by North Carolina senator Thom Tillis and USA envoy for religious freedom Sam Brownback. The indictment says the charges are based on evidence obtained from Brunson's phone, as well as information from witnesses. If convicted, he faces up to 35 years behind bars.
  • Thousands protest Sarksyn's PM bid in Armenia, several hurt in scuffles

    Thousands protest Sarksyn's PM bid in Armenia, several hurt in scuffles

    Global Media

    The demonstrations started oat 8am when the Opposition MP, Nikol Pashinyan closed one of the main streets of Yerevan- the Baghramyan Avenue, by lying down in front of the buses. The number of protesters has grown to thousands in recent days with protesters blocking the center of Yerevan, capital of the former Soviet republic.
  • Telegram Block Begins in Russia, Says Regulator Roskomnadzor

    Telegram Block Begins in Russia, Says Regulator Roskomnadzor

    Global Media

    There are some of you guys who might be familiar with the Telegram messaging app. " Roskomnadzor has received the ruling of (Moscow's) Tagansky court to block Telegram's services on Russian territory". The Russian telecommunications watchdog has issued an order to internet providers restricting access to web resources used by Telegram messenger, which lost a court battle with the authorities over encryption .
  • British Jets Take off from Cyprus Base Before Hitting Targets in Syria

    British Jets Take off from Cyprus Base Before Hitting Targets in Syria

    Global Media

    In the televised address, Mr Trump said the allies would continue their response until Bashar Al-Assad, the Syrian president, ceased its use of chemical weapons. When asked if Syria's Assad could remain leader as long as he refrained from further use of chemical weapons, May said: "This was about, as I have said and you have recognized, this was specifically about the use of chemical weapons".
  • Chemical watchdog the OPCW convenes as Syria mission begins

    Chemical watchdog the OPCW convenes as Syria mission begins

    Global Media

    The strikes targeted three facilities associated with Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, including a scientific research facility around Damascus, a chemical weapons storage facility around Homs alleged to be used for sarin gas and a nearby command post, according to the Pentagon.
  • Authorities responding to situation at Lee Correctional Institution

    Authorities responding to situation at Lee Correctional Institution

    Global Media

    The fighting began at the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville at 7:15 p.m. ET Sunday. The department of corrections says all law enforcement officers who responded to the prison are safe and accounted for. In March, inmates at the prison held an officer hostage after taking control of a dorm room, The State reported. Officials have not released the names of the seven inmates killed in the riot, not have officials commented on the condition of the 17 injured inmates.
  • 7 inmates killed in SC prison violence

    7 inmates killed in SC prison violence

    Global Media

    He said 17 of the injured required medical attention outside the prison. He said multiple fights broke out at 7.15pm on Sunday evening. He said no officers were wounded. Lee Correctional is a maximum security facility - 55 miles east of Columbia - housing over 1,000 of South Carolina's most violent offenders. Four inmates were killed by a pair of prisoners in the state's Kirkland Correctional Institution a year ago.
  • Key quotes from ex-FBI director Comey's interview

    Key quotes from ex-FBI director Comey's interview

    Global Media

    Comey, fired by Trump in May previous year, was anxious the president may be open to blackmail by Russian Federation given claims he was present when prostitutes urinated on each other during a 2013 Moscow visit. Asked to address the fierce criticism he received for the move, Mr. Comey said Americans would benefit from stepping into his shoes and considering the options he had.
  • Congress President Begins His 3 Day Visit To Uttar Pradesh

    Global Media

    In Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district, an eight-year-old Muslim nomadic girl was allegedly abducted, drugged, gangraped, tortured and killed. His questions come after a video of Ghulam Ahmad Mir went viral saying that the local population of Jammu had left the real culprit was left unharmed.
  • 'Enough is enough': Boris Johnson defends Syria air strikes

    'Enough is enough': Boris Johnson defends Syria air strikes

    Global Media

    The United Kingdom is now not considering further attacks on Syria linked to Damascus' alleged use of chemical weapons, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Sunday. On Friday night the US, Britain and France launched air strikes against Syrian chemical sites after obtaining "proof" that poisonous gas was used last weekend in Douma, killing 41 civilians.
  • US, UK, France bomb Syria over chemical attack

    Global Media

    May said the aim was to deter the Syrian authorities from further use of chemical weapons and to send a message to the wider world that it was unacceptable to use such weapons. May held an emergency cabinet meeting to discuss possible action on Thursday and there had been calls for the British parliament to be consulted before any air strikes.
  • Woolworths hit by nationwide technical outage

    Woolworths hit by nationwide technical outage

    Global Media

    Shopper Sharni was among those asked to leave her groceries behind at the Hampton Park store in Melbourne. "Registers are offline so customers are standing in queues with baskets of food that they can't buy", she said. "We apologise for the inconvenience this caused our customers", the spokesperson said. Shortly after 4pm, the issue began affecting all registers across the country.