Amnesty International has said the Russian airstrike that reportedly killed 47 civilians in the Ukrainian town of Chernihiv may constitute a war crime. They said in a statement: “Based on further interviews and verification and analysis of video evidence, Amnesty International’s Crisis Response Team has concluded that the attack wasRead More →

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Borqs Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: BRQS, “Borqs” or the “Company”) is a global provider of 5G wireless, Internet of Things (IoT) and innovative clean energy, with operations in the United States, India and China. Recently, the price of oil has reached wellRead More →

Persistence Market Research provides key insights on the global forskolin market in its upcoming outlook, titled “Forskolin Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013-2017 and Forecast 2018-2026”. In terms of value, the global forskolin market is expected to register a healthy CAGR of 8.0% during the forecast period, owing to various factors,Read More →

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! President Biden’s courting of Venezuelan oil in an effort to end dependence on Russian imports and mitigate soaring gas prices at home could risk whitewashing alleged ‘crimes against humanity’ “committed by the Venezuelan government and its proximity to Russia. Several senior BidenRead More →

Puerto Rico’s Debt Plan Prioritizes Bondholders Over Building a Reliable Energy Future – Watch Needed The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s (PREPA) debt restructuring plan is heading for final adoption. the proposalwhich has been running for a few years, presents PREPA bondholders with a 75% recovery rate – maybe more,Read More →

The process Keys said his team took a decade of news stories and opinion pieces written in English – more than 2,000 in total – and performed computer text analysis that identified 10 keyword patterns. These 10 themes have been transformed into stories. “I didn’t necessarily want to exclude opinion,Read More →

It’s a simple problem: we lack good land to grow food, so we have to keep growing more food on less land. Currently, half of the habitable land on Earth is devoted to agriculture. The good news (sort of) is that the land we currently use isn’t being used asRead More →

Delegate meetings convened by the Australian Education Union (AEU) continue this month in regional and metropolitan Victoria. Through these anti-democratic events, the union bureaucracy is trying to push through a sell-out industrial deal it brokered with the state Labor government. The fight for the “no” vote is led by theRead More →

Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which was attacked and seized by Russian forces.Credit: Dmytro Smolyenko/Ukrinform/ZUMA Earlier in the day, Russian forces attacked Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant near Enerhodar in the southeast of the country. Rafael Mariano Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), reported that aRead More →

Summary The increased focus on hydrogen production and exploitation offers investors great opportunities. But like many emerging technical solutions, it can also carry risks. The Orrick Energy Disputes team (along with our project colleagues) has been tracking hydrogen trends and the litigation risks they present for businesses. One of theRead More →

A growing number of companies around the world are adopting “as a service” business models. But what exactly is such a model? And what are the advantages of ‘As a service’? Tim Vellema, consultant at The Next Organization, presents the concept and its advantages. The “as a service” business modelRead More →

The average person produces about a pound of poo a day. Where is all this going? The answer depends on where you live. If you have flush toilets, your metabolic output spirals down underground pipes to huge sewage treatment plants that clean the water and dispose of the rest asRead More →

Ukraine ‘on the brink of humanitarian disaster’, says UK ambassador Ukraine is on the brink of a “humanitarian catastrophe”, British ambassador to the UN, Dame Barbara Woodward, warned at an emergency meeting of the Security Council. As Russia continues its assault on the Eastern European country, Dame Barbara was amongRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The global vitamins and dietary supplements market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2020 to 2025 capsules and tablets being the most consumable dosage form of supplements. Powder is expected to become the fastest growing dosage form from 2020Read More →

Acclaimed author Tim Winton used a closing speech at the Perth Festival to implore people and governments to wean themselves off dependence on fossil fuel industries, calling the current approach to climate change a “dumpster fire fuming with the status quo”. Key points: Tim Winton, Stella Donnelly and Pond frontmanRead More →

There is speculation that the rest of Europe will follow and close its airspaces to Russia as well. John Strickland, director of aviation for JLS Consulting, revealed what this could mean for the future of air travel. Regarding the impact this decision would have globally, John said: “On the faceRead More →

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with the accompanying Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes thereto appearing within Part IV. Item 15. Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements in this 2021 10­K Report. The following discussion may contain forward-looking statements, and our actual results may differ materially from theRead More →

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses risks of inflationary pressures and external sector risks to the Fijian economy – Dr. Neelesh Gounder Lecturer in Economics at the University of the South Pacific, Dr. Neelesh Gounder University of the South Pacific lecturer in economics, Dr Neelesh Gounder, said the Russian invasion ofRead More →

The latest statistical investigative report on the Fuel Retail Terminals Market involves a comprehensive assessment of the Fuel Retail Terminals industry, showcasing the variables that will affect the company’s revenue stream at the course of events assessed. Moreover, it gives an expressive framework of the possibilities opened up in theRead More →

Image Credit: International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons/CC BY 2.0 A renowned organization made up of American and Russian doctors warned on Tuesday night that a military conflict involving the two powers in Ukraine risks a nuclear “catastrophe” that could have horrific effects across Europe – and potentially the entireRead More →

Researchers from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT and the University of Calgary have developed a new kind of shapeshifting robotic cube using 3D printing technology. ElectroVoxels, as they are called, are self-configuring robot blocks that can assemble themselves into all sorts of shapes. These modularRead More →

Business oi-Vipul Das | Posted: Wednesday February 23rd 2022, 9:11 AM [IST] BOB Financial Solutions Limited (BFSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Baroda (BoB), and Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) have collaborated to develop the IRCTC BoB RuPay contactless credit card which is particularly designedRead More →

Published February 21, 2022 The International Monetary Fund says the potential expansion of eNaira’s use to cross-border remittances and bank branch networks could lead to new money laundering and terrorist financing risks. The IMF revealed this in its report “Nigeria Staff Report for the 2021 Article IV Consultation”. According toRead More →

Businesses and individuals use the Global Positioning System (GPS) in several ways. They vary from simple activities such as driving a car to serious business matters such as asset management. GPS tracking system is crucial for many industries, especially transportation, and GPS tracking systems verify the location, movements, status andRead More →

The US Department of Defense recently released a report that reveals a consolidation of the defense industrial base, posing national security risks. The report outlines a range of efforts proposed by the department – ​​including more closely monitoring mergers between defense contractors – to help mitigate this risk. U.S. SoldiersRead More →

This article is published with ProPublicathe nonprofit investigative newsroom. BEIJING — In the Potemkin Village of Chinese propaganda, the Winter Olympics unfolded as an unmitigated success, a celebration of sporting and political harmony that obscured — critics say whitewashed — flaws and violations of rights of the country. In BeijingRead More →

Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Financial Derivatives Company (FDC) Bismarck Rewane, warned that the fall in the inflation rate in January was no cause for celebration. Rewane said this simply reflects seasonal favors like the harvest boom and post-Christmas blues, explaining that core inflation, which is a season without inflation,Read More →

The article by lead author Matt Landreman, research associate at UMD’s Institute for Applied Electronics and Physics Research and co-author Elizabeth Paul Ph.D. ’20, a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), details how to more precisely shape the enveloping magneticRead More →

(NewsNation Now) – President Joe Biden said this week that a Russian invasion of Ukraine “remains entirely possible.” This is not the first time that the country has encroached on its neighbors’ borders during the Olympics. Three times in the past 20 years, Russia has invaded a neighboring country duringRead More →

Newswise – ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Sandia National Laboratories recently updated the Mac code to better help Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the global nuclear industry in assessing the consequences of nuclear accidents. The Maccs code can also assess the potential health and environmental risks posed by advanced nuclear reactors and smallRead More →

On Friday, officials from the Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP) highlighted the benefits to Pennsylvania of passing the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Act (BIL), particularly to electric vehicles (EV) and alternative fuel infrastructure. PennDOT also unveiled its Electric Vehicle Equity Guiding Principles for private industry and otherRead More →

Exclusive: Monthly electricity bills for the UK’s 8,000 Indian restaurants have risen by £640 to £960, from £400 to £600 last year, according to trade magazine Spice Daraz Aziz Hundreds of curry houses may not survive a £16,000-a-year rise in fuel and ingredient prices. Thousands of jobs and Britain’s favoriteRead More →

As permanent flight decarbonization solutions continue to mature, different hybrid models are emerging to fill the void. The latest comes through a partnership between Magnix, the Washington state manufacturer of electric propulsion for aviation, and Desaer, a Brazilian aviation company. The two companies are teaming up to build a hybridRead More →

A new report from the World Bank indicates that developing countries face increasing risks of financial fragility created by the COVID-19 crisis and non-transparent debt. He noted that as rising inflation and interest rates pose new challenges to recovery, developing countries need to focus on building healthier financial sectors. AccordingRead More →

After being inspired by his father’s commitment to fitness, Richardson works hard to replicate and encourage others to do the same. INSTAGRAM/@langston_rich1 This story is part of an ongoing series that features USF’s black leaders during Black Heritage Month. In a fight at a high school football game, junior mechanicalRead More →

Corporate finance teams and their external auditors are going through this financial reporting season with fewer staff available to provide accurate financial statements to investors. Accountants are leaving their jobs in record numbers, both in corporations and in auditing firms, joining the wide range of workers who are reassessing whatRead More →