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Venezuela refinery network operating at roughly a third: sources | Reuters

Updated : Nov 24, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Venezuela refinery network operating at roughly a third: sources | Reuters

By Mircely Guanipa | CARACAS CARACAS Oil-rich Venezuela's refinery network was operating at about a third of capacity, according to union sources and workers, as state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL] struggles with equipment issues after years of underinvestment. Venezuela's biggest refinery, 645,000-barrel-per-day Amuay refinery, was operating at only 260,000 bpd with two of its five crude distillation units out of service, union leader Ivan Freites told Reuters, citing an internal report. Its flexicoker remains down, Freites added #Sports #United States #science #Argentina #Innovation #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Pence: Both sides would accept clear outcome to U.S. election | Reuters

Updated : Nov 06, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Pence: Both sides would accept clear outcome to U.S. election | Reuters

WASHINGTON Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence on Sunday pledged Donald Trump's campaign would accept a "clear outcome" to the U.S. #Economy #Business #markets #Innovation #United Kingdom #lifestyle #article
U.N. says tank shell hits its Aleppo office | Reuters

Updated : Nov 01, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

U.N. says tank shell hits its Aleppo office | Reuters

GENEVA A tank shell hit the United Nations office in western Aleppo on Sunday, damaging the top floors of a building that is well known to be the U.N. #United States #Economy #markets #Argentina #Innovation
Car bomb kills at least eight in Baghdad market - police, medics | Reuters

Updated : Oct 30, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Car bomb kills at least eight in Baghdad market - police, medics | Reuters

BAGHDAD A car bomb parked in a shopping street of a Shi'ite district of Baghdad killed at least eight people and wounded more than 30 others on Sunday, police and medical staff said.The bombing, which hit the Hurriya district, came as Iraqi security forces are engaged in an offensive to take back Mosul, Islamic State's last major city stronghold in Iraq.It wasn't clear if there was a suicide driver in the car. (Reporting by Kareem Raheem and Ahmed Rasheed; Writing by Maher Chmaytelli; Editing by Susan Fenton) #Economy #Business #science #Argentina #Innovation #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Sixteen migrant bodies washed up in western Libya - Red Crescent | Reuters

Updated : Oct 30, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Sixteen migrant bodies washed up in western Libya - Red Crescent | Reuters

TRIPOLI The bodies of 16 migrants have washed up on shore at the western Libyan city of Zuwara, a Red Crescent spokesman said on Sunday.Al-Khamis al-Bosaifi said the bodies, which were recovered on Saturday, were all men who appeared to be from sub-Saharan Africa. "The bodies are decomposed and we have no idea when they drowned," he said.Libya is a common departure point for migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe. #India #science #markets #Argentina #Innovation #United Kingdom #article
Chile's president forgets to sign name at voting booth, leaves behind ID | Reuters

Updated : Oct 23, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Chile's president forgets to sign name at voting booth, leaves behind ID | Reuters

SANTIAGO Chilean President Michelle Bachelet had a rocky go of voting in the nation's local elections on Sunday, having to return to the polls twice after leaving her ID behind and forgetting to sign her name.Bachelet, voting in the upper-middle class Santiago neighborhood of La Reina, first forgot to grab her national identification card from poll workers after casting her vote.She retrieved the ID from the voting area and then walked outside to address journalists. #Business #markets #Innovation #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Peru's wealthy president mocked for complaining about salary | Reuters

Updated : Oct 22, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Peru's wealthy president mocked for complaining about salary | Reuters

LIMA Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former investment banker who reported earning $700,000 per year before taking office in July, faced a wave of criticism on Friday for complaining about his salary as a public official.Kuczynski's comments, posted online in a video by local daily newspaper Correo, come as his centrist government has been reeling from a corruption scandal involving a former adviser and deadly protests at one of the country's biggest copper mines.The 78-year-old Oxford-and-Princeton-educated former World Bank economist was pitching a reform to raise the salaries of local mayors before he turned to his own earnings."The president of the Republic makes half of what a minister makes. There are two ministers here #Politics #Business #markets #Argentina #Innovation
In Rajasthan, portable pitches from UK to take cricket to remotest corners

Updated : Oct 11, 2016

By : FP Sports

Category : Sports

In Rajasthan, portable pitches from UK to take cricket to remotest corners

Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) has imported 28 artificial roll-out pitches from the UK to make quality wickets accessible in remote parts of the state. #Rajasthan #Cricket #ICC #Innovation #SportsTracker #Jaipur #Rajasthan Cricket Association #RCA #Synthetic pitches #Sumendra Tiwary #Pawan Goyal #Rajasthan Cricket Academy
Next set of 27 smart cities to be announced next week, says Venkaiah Naidu

Updated : Sep 16, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Next set of 27 smart cities to be announced next week, says Venkaiah Naidu

The Modi-government aims to transform about 100 cities by 2019-20, with the Union government providing financial support of Rs 48,000 crore over five years. #Innovation #smart cities #investments #Mobile users #ideas #Clean India #implementation #skill india #Digital India #Make In India #Venkaih Naidu #Start-up India