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    The Falkland Islands Government, FIG, has issued a public consultation document covering the taxation regime for oil companies operating in the Falkland Islands and their associated supply chain partners. This consultation will be open until Friday 6 April 2018 for responses from interested parties, which will be summarized and fed
    Falklands second commercial air link: “Flight route is done deal” believes Tim Miller U.S. companies distance themselves from NRA as pressure mounts US companies cut ties to NRA after school shooting 
    EU leaders have agreed to spend more on common defense and security policy in their next long-term budget, said European Council President Donald Tusk. Leaders of 27 states were meeting in Brussels to shape the 2021-27 budget.
    European leaders boost Sahel anti-extremist funding EU leaders agree to spend more on migration, defense, security Gazprom tries to reduce gas losses 
    Beijing has cracked down on insurance and financial giant Anbang, taking control of the conglomerate and prosecuting the firm's head. Wu Xiaohui, who was already detained by authorities last June, is to face prosecution for "economic crimes".
    Who's likely to field strong figure skating team in Beijing? Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears Chinese government now controls Ritz-Carlton, Montage, Loews Santa Monica 
    UN chief Antonio Guterres was criticized on Thursday by a watchdog group for failing to condemn Syria’s election to a committee charged with working towards decolonization. UN Watch called on US Ambassador Nikki Haley, and European ambassadors to condemn the world body for handing Bashar Assad’s regime what it called
    #BoycottFacebook: Social media giant criticized for ‘tone deaf’ VR shooter game at CPAC In Syria, the World’s Democracies Failed Us A secret business: Russian mercenaries in Syria 
    The lack of rain triggered by the La Nina weather phenomenon has prompted the Rosario Exchange to cut its forecast of Argentina’s 2017/2018 corn and soybean crop by 12% and 10%, respectively, making it one of the most bearish analysts in the market.
    Corn Ui Mhuiri final postponed after serious injury to young player The “tango connection”: more arrests made in Argentina and Russia in cocaine through diplomatic luggage sting Mexico buying more Brazilian corn over concern with NAFTA negotiations 
    The following was published in the Penguin News, “Your Letters” section in response to the Falklands government last week’s release titled “Progress made towards establishing a second commercial Falkland Islands air link”
    FBI Wiretap Arizona Sean Miller NCAA basketball corruption Smith, Miller lead UNC Greensboro over Chattanooga 72-51 VIDEO: Flight attendant helps mother of three calm down toddler on late-night flight 
    In the early 1990s, Robert Mueller had just left one of the most powerful posts in America's criminal justice system: assistant attorney general for the criminal division of the Department of Justice. Taking his experience into private practice, he was making well into six figures at a high-profile Washington law
    Former Trump adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty to two charges Ex-Trump aide Gates pleads guilty, cooperating in Mueller probe The life and career of Robert Mueller 
    President Trump at CPAC discussed protecting America's schools after tragedy in Florida, defending the Second Amendment and sweeping new sanctions against North Korea.
    More US Companies End Marketing Programs With National Rifle Association Nigel Farage: Trump needs to keep up the momentum from CPAC Trump pledges action after Florida shooting 
    Author: AFPSat, 2018-02-24 03:00ID: 1519436838175147900MIAMI: A police officer will be stationed at every public school in Florida, the state’s governor announced Friday as part of a plan to improve security following last week’s deadly high school shooting.President Donald Trump repeated his call, meanwhile, for arming some of America’s teachers and claimed the
    'Something's going to happen,' caller told FBI tip line weeks before 17 people were killed at Florida school NRA faces corporate backlash after Florida school shooting Florida shooting: NRA-linked firms hit by consumer boycott - BBC News 
    South America's most prestigious club tournament will follow the European model in 2019 and have a single final match at a host city still to be chosen       
    Libertadores final to be one match at neutral venue... Pep wants League Cup as springboard for title No live telecast for S'pore viewers 
    They were little girls with dreams of Olympic gold when they started in gymnastics. Now they're women with lifelong injuries, suffocating anxiety and debilitating eating disorders. They are the other victims of USA Gymnastics. Thirteen former U.S. gymnasts and three coaches interviewed by The Associated Press described a win-at-all-cost culture rife with
    Aussies in medals at World Cup gymnastics US gymnasts tell AP sport rife with verbal, emotional... Grooming is still rife in Britain says report into abuse 

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