Report: U.S.A Now Has More Oil than Saudis, Russians
Jul06

Report: U.S.A Now Has More Oil than Saudis, Russians

A global study was released showing the United States now leads Saudi Arabia and Russia in recoverable oil reserves thanks in large part to Texas. Rystad Energy, a Norwegian consulting firm, noted in its July 4 announcement that nearly half of the untapped shale oil in America’s reserve is in Texas alone. Overall, the United States can claim 264 billion barrels of crude, compared to Saudi Arabia’s 212 and Russia’s 256 billion. The...

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US complains to Russia over harassment of diplomats
Jun28

US complains to Russia over harassment of diplomats

U.S. and other western diplomats in Russia have reported a surge in harassment from Russian intelligence services, prompting Secretary of State John Kerry to complain to Moscow, the State Department says. U.S. and other western diplomats in Russia have reported a surge in harassment from Russian intelligence services, prompting Secretary of State John Kerry to complain to Moscow, the State Department says. Spokeswoman Elizabeth...

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IKEA to recall millions of dressers in US after 3 toddler deaths
Jun28

IKEA to recall millions of dressers in US after 3 toddler deaths

Swedish furniture retailer IKEA has issued a massive recall in the United States for dressers that could tip over and have been blamed for the deaths of three children. The recall applies to at least 27 million dressers, including the company’s popular Malm line, according to US media reports on Monday (Jun 27). The Malm dressers have already been pulled from IKEA’s US website. Responding to queries from Channel NewsAsia, IKEA...

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Shop Sells More than 30,000 Riffles after Killing in Orlando, USA
Jun24

Shop Sells More than 30,000 Riffles after Killing in Orlando, USA

The shop Hunter’s Warehouse, which sells arms online, sold more than 30,000 riffles AR-15, as the one used in the killing in Orlando, United States. According to spokespeople for the shop, located in Bellevue, Pennsylvania, this type of riffle became popular amid buyers after the killing, in which an armed man killed 50 people and injured 53. Tom Engle, owner of the shop, said that although the shooting do not encourage the sale...

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Analogic Corp. to pay over $14 mln to resolve U.S. bribery probes linked to Russia
Jun23

Analogic Corp. to pay over $14 mln to resolve U.S. bribery probes linked to Russia

Massachusetts-based  technology company Analogic Corporation will pay a total of $14 million to resolve probes into whether its subsidiary BK Medical ApS violated the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), according to U.S. Department of Justice. An ultrasound equipment manufacturer BK Medical ApS entered into a non-prosecution agreement with the U.S. authorities in order to stop investigation into its activities in Russia and...

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