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TAP Remains US Government’s Priority

TAP Remains US Government’s Priority

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which envisages the transportation of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, remains US government’s priority, Amos Hochstein, the US Department of State special envoy and coordinator for international energy affairs, said in an interview with Greek news website Ekathimerini. “I’ve spent much more time on this …

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India Just Planted 50 Million Trees In 24 Hours

In the first real show of a $6 billion commitment to reforest India, the country planted nearly 50 million trees in under 24 hours. Suddenly, India’s goal of reducing pollution and reforesting 12% of the country doesn’t look nearly as far-fetched. The 24-hour event took place last Monday, July 11th, where …

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The Coup Failed, But Erdogan’s Wrath Keeps Investors on Edge

The Coup Failed, But Erdogan’s Wrath Keeps Investors on Edge

Fresh from an election victory that secured his party’s rule for four years, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in January assured investors in London that Turkey was a safe place for their cash. Four months later he was forced to resign and two months on from that, F-16 fighter jets bombed …

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Erdogan: Coup Over

After a night of explosions, gunfire and tanks rolling along the streets, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Turkey Saturday that an attempted military coup was over and the government was in charge. However, the sounds of fighting were still being reported in Ankara and Istanbul after the chaotic attempt by …

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Turkey Soldiers launch ‘illegal action’ – PM Yildirim

Turkey Soldiers launch 'illegal action' - PM Yildirim

Turkey’s PM has denounced an “illegal action” by a military “group”, with bridges closed in Istanbul and aircraft flying low over the capital, Ankara. Binali Yildirim said the military action was not authorised but it was not a coup. He said that the government remained in charge. Traffic has been stopped …

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The Most Heartbreaking Image From The Nice Truck Massacre

A harrowing photo from Thursday’s truck attack in Nice, France, shows a covered body lying on the ground next to a child’s doll. The image, taken by Reuters’ Eric Gaillard, is striking a chord in the wake of the attack, which killed over 70 people. A large truck plowed through a crowd …

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At Least 80 Dead After Truck Crashes Into Crowd in Nice, France

A large truck plowed into a crowd of people in the southern French of city of Nice on Thursday night, killing at least 80 people and leaving 18 in critical condition as the heavy vehicle mowed over its victims along hundreds of feet, according to police and government officials. The …

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Foreigners Continue Investing in Oil, Gas Production in Kazakhstan

Foreigners Continue Investing in Oil, Gas Production in Kazakhstan

Despite the low oil prices, the lion’s share in the foreign investments made in Kazakh economy accounts for the oil and gas production and geological exploration, read a message from the National Bank of Kazakhstan. Direct foreign investments in the oil and gas production in Kazakhstan stood at $958.4 million …

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Japan’s JFE Steel Becomes TAP Subcontractor

Japan’s JFE Steel Becomes TAP Subcontractor

Japan’s JFE Steel Corporation concluded a contract to provide hot coils, plates and UOE pipes to the unincorporated consortium of Greek pipe manufacturer Corinth Pipeworks Pipe Industry SA (CPW) and Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. (MISI), which won a contract to supply steel materials to the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project in Europe, …

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Stem Cell Fillings Could Regrow Teeth Not Just Patch Them

Stem Cell Fillings Could Regrow Teeth Not Just Patch Them

There is nothing worse than having to deal with cavities and the inevitable tooth pain that comes with dental disease. And as if the discomfort in your mouth wasn’t bad enough, you also have to deal with the resulting pain in your pocketbook when you are forced to cough up …

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