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Russia goes after Nestle after discovery of GMO in its breakfast cerealsFood & Health News

Russia goes after Nestle after discovery of GMO in its breakfast cereals

Russia’s consumer rights protection watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has filed an administrative violation case against Nestle Russia after finding genetically modified papaya
US firms ‘warned’ against Chinese UAVsBig Brother

US firms ‘warned’ against Chinese UAVs

The US Department of Homeland Security has reportedly warned US firms against using Chinese-made drones, saying they give Beijing “unfettered
Federal judge upholds Congress subpoena for Trump financial records, Trump will appealMore News

Federal judge upholds Congress subpoena for Trump financial records, Trump will appeal

In a landmark move, a federal judge has ruled that the firm that handled Donald Trump’s finances before he became
Russia’s gold production sees year-on-year surge of 13%Economy & Money

Russia’s gold production sees year-on-year surge of 13%

Gold output in Russia increased by 12.6 percent from January through March this year compared with the same period a
Google to force advertisers to declare abortion stance as debate rages in USInteresting News

Google to force advertisers to declare abortion stance as debate rages in US

After it was revealed that Google had inadvertently given over $150,000 of free advertising to pro-life groups engaging in unscrupulous
Tesla stock continues to crash as Morgan Stanley adds fuel to the fireRandom News

Tesla stock continues to crash as Morgan Stanley adds fuel to the fire

Shares of Tesla continued to nosedive on Tuesday after Morgan Stanley cut its worst-case scenario for the automaker’s stock to
War with Iran could send oil prices to $250 per barrelWar News

War with Iran could send oil prices to $250 per barrel

As tensions between Iran and the US continue to escalate, analysts have begun to consider the likelihood and consequences of
Zimbabwe’s economy pronounced ‘DEAD’ & plunge another 20% this yearEconomy & Money

Zimbabwe’s economy pronounced ‘DEAD’ & plunge another 20% this year

The spiraling economic meltdown in Zimbabwe is expected to worsen in 2019, partly due to the out-of-control inflation, the country’s