Ecuador Resumes Oil Exports After Days Of Violent Protests

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — October 22, 2019 — Ecuador on Sunday said it had resumed crude oil exports curbed by violent protests that forced several wells in the Amazon to halt operations. The country was hit by 12 days of demonstrations, led by indigenous groups, against fuel price hikes until President Lenin Moreno reached a deal with protest leaders on …

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Current Commentary: Papandreou Tells Greeks It’s Time to Grow Up By LARRY M. ELKIN

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Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou seems like an intelligent, honest and patriotic man. His country’s back is against the wall, and he is exasperated with his citizenry for demanding what it cannot have. So while global leaders, especially his European peers, no doubt felt betrayed by Papandreou’s call for a referendum on last week’s financial bailout agreement, they ought to …

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Trend Alert: The Celente Solution – The 21st Century “Global Game Changer”

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KINGSTON, NY — August 2, 1022 — After reading the newly-released Summer Trends Journal, no responsible journalist will be able, in good conscience, to paint Gerald Celente again as a purveyor of “Pessimism Porn,” a “gloom and doomer,” or an “alarmist.” (click to access) Celente will continue to make clear that “Happy Days” will not soon be here again. He …

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