Archive For September 30, 2016

Nissan boss demands compensation if European Union imposes ‘post-Brexit’ tariffs

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Nissan boss demands compensation if European Union imposes ‘post-Brexit’ tariffs

Nissan could halt investment in United Kingdom auto production unless the Government provides assurances over Brexit and potential European tax tariffs.The boss of Nissan Motor Company (TYO:7201) has cautioned that Brexit uncertainty could hit investment in the UK’s biggest vehicle factory. “We want to have fair treatment and a level playing field at the end…

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Shimon Peres: Israel informó el cronograma de su ceremonia de despedida

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Shimon Peres: Israel informó el cronograma de su ceremonia de despedida

El ex presidente y estadista israelí Shimon Peres, que ganó y compartió en 1994 el premio Nobel de la Paz, falleció el miércoles en un hospital de Tel Aviv a los 93 años, dos semanas después de sufrir un derrame cerebral. Muchos de ellos tomaban fotos. El gobierno de Israel informó el cronograma de la…

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Bernie Sanders: 2016 is “not the time for a protest vote”

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Bernie Sanders: 2016 is “not the time for a protest vote”

On Wednesday, the former Democratic primary rivals teamed up in a bid to charm America’s youth, as recent polls showed Clinton’s lead slip dramatically among voters aged 18-34. Young voters fueled President Barack Obama’s victories. Bernie Sanders understands that some voters want to eschew Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and instead cast their ballots for…

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Americans need short memory in the Ryder Cup

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Americans need short memory in the Ryder Cup

A notable absentee from Clarke’s pairings was Masters champion Danny Willett, whose preparations for his Ryder Cup debut were disrupted by his brother Peter Willett’s published lampooning of USA golf fans earlier this week.Quotes from the opening foursomes session at the Ryder Cup matches between teams representing the United States and Europe at Hazeltine National…

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Ryder Cup heckler makes putt that befuddles pros

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Ryder Cup heckler makes putt that befuddles pros

Four years ago, when the tournament was last held on American soil, the Europeans pulled out a 14 1/2-13 1/2 win at Medinah Country Club in IL.The kerfuffle began when Pete Willett described USA golf fans as “fat, stupid, greedy, classless bastards” as well as a “baying mob of imbeciles”.”I don’t necessarily agree with that”,…

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‘Our hand is sort of being forced’: Alberta businesses face changes due to Saturday’s minimum wage hike

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‘Our hand is sort of being forced’: Alberta businesses face changes due to Saturday’s minimum wage hike

It’s been a bumpy road for Bumpy’s Café. Like a lot of Alberta businesses, it has felt the effects of the economic downturn and now will have to contend with extra labour costs associated with Alberta’s minimum wage increase.“Being in the food industry, we already count pennies – we don’t count dollars,” café owner John…

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Colombia, el más opcionado para el Nobel de Paz

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Colombia, el más opcionado para el Nobel de Paz

“Cuando yo digo: ‘Ojalá se abra una nueva era de cooperación, de confianza, de colaboración, de hermandad profunda entre Colombia y Venezuela’ es porque creo que es uno de los grandes beneficios de la paz que se ha firmado en Cartagena”, dijo el presidente en su programa de televisión “En contacto con Maduro“. El presidente…

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Duterte ‘happy to slaughter addicts like Hitler killed Jews’

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Duterte ‘happy to slaughter addicts like Hitler killed Jews’

The comments come after a number of shocking images emerged of three suspected drug dealers killed in another police operation in the country’s war on drugs.Rodrigo Duterte, bombastic Philippine president, decried his critics’ comparisons to Adolf Hitler but said Friday he was ready to kill drug addicts by the millions just as the German dictator…

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Saskatoon schools hope to train more teachers in treaty education

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Saskatoon schools hope to train more teachers in treaty education

A number of hands shoot into the air on a recent afternoon at Howard Coad School in Saskatoon as Donna Kayseas-Brown leads her grade two and three students through a lesson on residential schools.“That’s part of our past right? That’s Canadian history,” she said to the roughly dozen children sitting on the ground in front…

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Rutgers coach Ash faces former employer Meyer in Columbus

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Rutgers coach Ash faces former employer Meyer in Columbus

When Urban Meyer looks across the field to the other sideline on Saturday afternoon in Ohio Stadium, he’ll see several familiar faces. That’s a reason the defense is so similar. Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer speaks to the media during the Big Ten Football Media Day Thursday, July 30, 2015, in Chicago. Of course,…

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