U.S. Treasury lifts sanctions on Deripaska firms

The U.S Treasury has removed the sanctions it imposed on three firms linked to President Putin’s ally, Oleg Deripaska. In April 2018, Trump’s administration placed sanctions on three firms controlled by Deripaska as punishment for Russia’s interference in the last presidential election. According to reports, these companies had benefited from a Russian state engaged in […]

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Smithsonian feels the heat of the government shutdown as $1 million gets wiped off its purse every seven days

Days are turning into weeks and the United States Government is still on lockdown. Federal workers are unable to get their pay slips and agencies are losing money. The Smithsonian Institution is one of the many agencies feeling the heat of the shutdown. Right now, 19 of Smithsonian’s museums are not accessible and this has […]

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Mexico Pipeline Explosion: Death Toll Rises To 85

The number of people who died in Friday’s explosion has jumped to 85 and authorities say the figure may increase. The Mexican Health Minister Jorge Alcocer revealed that the explosion that occurred on Friday night has claimed dozens of lives with 58 persons receiving treatment in the hospital and many others still missing. The victims […]

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Tesla Plans To Make Affordable Electric Cars In 2019

Electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla has revealed that it will be making cheaper Model 3s this year. Recently, Tesla announced that they will be laying off about 7% of their employees and the CEO of the company, Elon Musk disclosed that the reason for the reduction was because the electric cars were still too costly for […]

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