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Colombia bans aerial spray on cocaine fields

The active ingredient in the aerial spray could be carcinogenic, according to WHO report. The Colombia government has decided to stop the spraying of weed killers in the coca fields of southern Colombia.   Colombian police planes have sprayed the fields with a powerful weed killer from 1994...

El Niño: A Serious Threat

Farmers, commodity traders and experts on climate expect significant fluctuations in the weather this year and the potential damage to agriculture and the mining industry in different countries due to the activation of the natural phenomenon El Niño for the first time in five years, writes the...

Paris Agreement could determine the fate of the Caribbean Islands

The 15 member island Caribbean Community is fighting an existentialism threat: unless countries the world over commits to a legally binding agreement so as to substantially check the rise of human induced global temperatures, storms and sea surges caused by Climate Change and Global Warming could,...

UnitedHealthCare kicks off its Do Good. Live Well. with Arizona’s Diamondbacks

UnitedhealthCare’s volunteers will pack food so as to support, Kitchen on the Street’s ‘Bags of Hope’ program, which is aimed at fighting childhood hunger. UnitedHealthCare and its employees have chosen the one and only Nick Ahmed, Arizona Diamondback’s shortstop along with Chase Anderson, its...

Russia Turns to China Instead of Europe

Xi Jinping’s visit in Russia turned out to be very fruitful: a number of documents on deepening cooperation in trade and economy were signed, including gas. However, an agreement on the Eurasian Economic Union and trans-Eurasian project "Economic Zone Silk Road" joining has become a landmark of the...

The US and Europe: On the Threshold of GMO War

The United States accuses Europe of trying to undermine food security in the world; the EU proposes new rules that would allow any of the 28 members to abandon the Brussels' decision on the "open road" cultivation of genetically modified crops. In an interview with the Financial Times, Tom Vilsack,...

Van Gogh Painting Fetches $66m at Sotheby's

Yesterday Sotheby`s trading in art Impressionist and Post-Impressionist auction house brought the total revenue of $ 368 million. In November last year Sotheby`s earned at the artists of the same circle auction $ 422 million - the record amount for the auction house in its history. The current...

China's Game of Chess in Antarctica

China is making great strides in the Antarctic, as the country is trying to get the maximum level of influence on the last unclaimed piece of land, tells The New York Times. Despite the fact that Beijing set up its first research base in Antarctica only in 1985, China's attempts to expand its...

How These Industrial Giants Are Attracting Overseas Investors

The surprising takeoff of Rolls-Royce's (LSE: RR) CEO, John Rishton, a week ago has started hypothesis that the organization could soon be a takeover target. Also, in the wake of accepting its biggest request to date, worth £6.1bn, to supply motors for 50 Emirates A380 planes, Rolls-Royce has...

US Presidency New Candidates: Former CEO and Neurosurgeon

Carly Fiorina, 60 years old, has been HP’s executive director in 1999-2005; under her leadership, HP has become the largest computer manufacturer in the world. She retired from HP after the dismissal of tens of thousands of employees and a sharp fall in share prices. Former executive director of...
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