Saudi Arabia to Suspend Oil Export through Bab al-Mandeb Strait Following Attack

Saudi Arabia has suspended oil export through the Bab al-Mandeb strait in response to an attack on two of their crude oil vessels by Yemeni Houthi rebels. The decision was announced by Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih, stating that the suspension will last: “until the situation becomes clearer and maritime transit through Bab al-MandebRead More

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Animal Rights Activist Put On Trial For Stolen Goats

The famous animal rights activist Wayne Hsiung was arrested on Tuesday in the Asheville Regional Airport in North Carolina. After stealing two baby goats from the Transylvania County Farm in North Carolina, Hsiung may now face up to 6 years in prison. His trial date is set for July 5th. Hsiung is a former professorRead More

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Measures Must Be Taken for Stronger Tobacco, World Health Organization Warns

Reported from Geneva, the World Health Organization (WHO) reminds people that more than 7 million premature deaths are caused by tobacco-related incidents—not only is tobacco a detriment to health, but it is also a heavy drain on economies. As today is “World No Tobacco” day, the World Health Organization has urged governments around the world toRead More

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While Christie Declares $225 Million Settlement with Exxon “Really Good,” He Demands Restoration

Governor Christie of New Jersey is defending a decade long lawsuit that was inspired by the pollution caused by the Exxon Mobil organization. The Governor, and potential 2016 Presidential candidate, states that the 225 million dollar settlement that was issued by the company, should be “on top of” the responsibility that is rightfully Exxon’s toRead More

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