Daily Archives: July 9, 2017

Business Briefs – July 9, 2017

Germans Arrest Suspect In Volkswagen Case After U.S. Charges BERLIN (AP) – German prosecutors say they have arrested a former employee of the Volkswagen unit Audi on charges in connection…

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How to Stop Kim Jong Un From Using His Nukes

President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in must face North Korea’s nuclear reality: Pyongyang’s bomb is here to stay. North Korea underscored that fact on Tuesday when…

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The UNESCO Outrage

The UNESCO decision to list the old city of Chevron as a Palestinian heritage site, after a resolution earlier in the week denying the ancient Jewish connection to Yerushalayim, has…

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Regional Briefs – July 9, 2017

New Bill Would Allow Public to Rent Christie Beach House TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie’s trip to the beach is inspiring new legislation. Democrats in the Assembly on Friday proposed…

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Used Goods Might Be the New Thing in Southeast Asia

On the second floor of a 24,000-square-foot, used-goods superstore in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur, Koji Onozawa pauses beside some old Japanese surfboards. He’s spent nearly two decades at Bookoff…

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Mennonite Church Votes for Divestment

The Mennonite Church USA has voted to divest of its holdings in companies profiting from business in territories “occupied” by Israel, according to media reports. The resolution passed by the…

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Israel Bolsters Maritime Defense

The Israeli navy continues its retooling to defend offshore natural gas rigs, announcing on Sunday a $420 million purchase of equipment to upgrade systems, The Times of Israel reported. The…

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