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Hong Kong's richest citizen calls to stop violence and unrest in the city

The richest person of Hong Kong Li Ka-shing called on people and authorities of Hong Kong to stop the riots and acts of violence. “Love China, love Hong Kong and love yourselves”. This is his appeal on the front pages in the advertising sections of leading Hong Kong newspapers. He, subscribing as...

UK railway operators exit Interrail system

UK railway operators will leave the Interrail scheme, which allowed traveling by train around Europe at a fixed price without restrictions, The Guardian reports. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents the industry, has announced that it will stop participating in the scheme from January 1,...

Dozens of British Airways flights canceled or delayed due to computer malfunction

A major malfunction occurred on Wednesday morning in the British Airways computer system, British media reported. According to them, as a result of malfunctions, dozens of flights in Europe were canceled or delayed, mainly at London airports. In total, the failure affected several thousand...

China keeps importing Iranian oil in spite of US sanctions

Tankers related to the Chinese state-owned company China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) continue to supply Iranian oil to China despite sanctions against Iran, the United States discovered. This was reported by the Financial Times with reference to a person familiar with the situation and...

Marijuana legalization: Did Canada benefit from cannabis boom?

Almost a year ago, Canadian authorities legalized marijuana use. What did they achieve, and why, despite hopes of the business, the legal production of cannabis is not growing so fast? Medical use of cannabis became legal in Canada in 2001. And since October 2018, Canada has become the first major...

Republicans and Democrats focus on carbon pricing

With carbon tax bills, the changing wave has caught on to the Congress in the U.S. From both sides congress members are presenting “competing bills” with the aim of introducing a “tax on carbon”. The Democrats as well as the Republicans are under the pressure of their respective constituents for...

Iran Hints It May Swap Seized Tankers With The UK

If the United Kingdom agrees to release an Iranian tanker that was seized by it earlier this month off the coast of Gibraltar, Iran would also let go of the British-flagged vessel it seized last week, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani apparently suggested.   "If Britain steps away from the...

China launches anti-dumping investigation into U.S. propanol

Propanol is typically used as a printing ink solvent for food packaging and to make antibiotics. On Tuesday, according to a statement from China’s Ministry of Commerce, an anti-dumping investigation has been launched on imported propanol from the United States.   Propanol is typically used...

France announces new tax for air fares

The Minister of Transport of France, Élisabeth Borne, announced her intention to introduce an environmental tax on all flights of aircraft departing from France starting from 2020. Borne told about this at a press conference on Tuesday, July 9. The amount of tax that will be included in the price...

Europe Concerned Over Iran Move To Breach Uranium Enrichment Cap

The latest decision of Iran to violate the 2015 nuclear accord by exceeding the allowable levels of uranium enrichment according to accord has not been taken well by European powers who have urged Tehran to reverse that decision. The European powers, some of which were also signatories to the 2015...
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