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European Breweries To Up Their Brewing Innovation Amid Green Legislations

As the customers turn towards responsible drinking and the regulatory body continue to introduce environmental laws, the Breweries in Europe sees being “pro-active” is the way to go. Brewers of Europe feel that they might have to present the environmental impact along with their beer’s taste to...

‘Frequent’ Shootings Causes China To Issue Travel Advisory Against US To Its Citizens

A travel advisory to the United States for its citizens was issued by China which is applicable till the end of the year even as the two countries escalate the trade war they have been engaged in for more than a year.   According to the official Xinhua News Agency, the advisory was issued by...

Facebook’s appeal to stop ECJ data case rejected in Irish Supreme Court

A legal suit aimed to stop referring a case related to the validity of EU-US data transfer channels to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) was dismissed by the Supreme Court of Ireland. The case was filed by the social media company Facebook.   In October last year, the case was initially...

Trump: Japan to buy 105 F-35 fighters from the USA

Japan plans to buy 105 US F-35 fighter bombers. This was stated by US President Donald Trump, reports AFP. According to Trump, who is on a state visit to Tokyo, Japan "has just announced its intention to acquire 105 new F-35 stealth aircraft." "This purchase will give Japan the largest F-35 fleet...

Theresa May to resign on June 7

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will resign on June 7. She will leave the post of leader of the Conservative Party of Great Britain and will remain as Prime Minister until a new leader is elected. “Today I announce that I will resign as the leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party...

The Earth Is ‘Not On Track’ To Tackle Global Warming: The U.N. Secretary General

During a “Pacific tour focused on climate change”, Guterres shares his concerns about the fight against the rising temperature of our planet, besides showing solidarity to the “Christchurch attacks” victims. During a visit to New Zealand, António Guterres, the Secretary General of the United...

Is Finland’s aging population turning the country into Japan?

Three weeks ago, parliamentary elections were held in Finland. The winner was the Social Democratic Party, led by Antti Juhani Rinne. According to most experts, the victory of the Social Democrats brought a promise to carry out major changes in the political system of the country. Now Rinne to...

The United States will impose new duties on Chinese goods on Friday

US duties on Chinese goods totaling $ 200 billion will be raised from 10 to 25% on Friday from 00:01 Washington time, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told reporters. He noted that the increase in duties was caused by China’s attempts to revise the trade agreement draft. "During the last...

Jyrki Katainen: EU is not a milk cow

Jyrki Katainen demanded from Warsaw a more substantial contribution to the future of Europe. Poland should stop treating the European Union as a money making mechanism. Warsaw should make a more substantial financial contribution to the community, said European Commission Vice President Jyrki...

Oil lobby and the planet's future

According to the Influence Map report, the five largest oil companies are BP, Shell, Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Total. From 2015 until today, they have spent one billion euros to block or weaken climate change legislation. At the same time, they are in favor of switching to alternative energy...
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