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Mexico’s Energy Transformation? – The Bullet

Mexico's Energy Transformation? - The Bullet

Latin America  •  February 14, 2019  •  James Neimeister When fuel prices shot up dramatically two years ago, ordinary Mexicans took to the streets. The gasolinazo, as the abrupt surge in prices was called, was a gut-punch to Mexicans’ strained finances, triggering blockades, occupations, and ransacking at gas stations across …

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The Waugh Zone Thursday February 14, 2019

The Waugh Zone Thursday February 14, 2019

Another day, another series of Commons Brexit votes.  In many ways, it ought to be a non-event, given that all but one of the amendments are non-binding (Sarah Wollaston’s tries to tie May’s hands but lacks Labour support).   The government’s approach to the Commons is to basically maintain a …

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Monarch-elect embarks on 20 bedspace hospital, maternity in Nsukka

Monarch-elect embarks on 20 bedspace hospital, maternity in Nsukka

By Chinenyeh Ozor The traditonal ruler-elect of Ugbogidi/Ozara proposed autonomous community in Nsukka local government area, Enugu State High Chief Asadu Samuel Ikechukwu (Okenwa Ogadagidi) has embarked on construction of 20 bpace free hospital and maternity for his community to alleviate medical associated problems of the community. Primetime hospital and …

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The Rafale effect: Make PMO’s primacy official?

The Rafale effect: Make PMO’s primacy official?

Too many cooks spoil the broth. That central message of the Rafale controversy also explained the uproar in the late 1980s over India’s Rs 1,437-crore purchase of 400 155-mm Howitzer guns from the Swedish manufacturer AB Bofors. Fears of scams and scandals demoralising the armed forces and affecting national security …

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Row with France could lift divided Italian coalition

ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s ruling coalition has hit fierce turbulence for the first time since taking office last June, with diplomatic crises, ideological divisions and daily dust-ups taking their toll as the economy tips into recession. France’s decision on Thursday to recall its ambassador from Rome to protest against repeated …

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