Tuesday, April 13, 2010

 

News Links, April 14, 2010

World oil demand to hit record high this year: IEA
Oil Prices May Curb Recovery, Agency Warns
The Colosseum and Energy Flows

Dubai faces second wave of job cuts
How Dubai's $14bn dream to build The World is falling apart
Israel warns citizens to leave Sinai amid terror fears

Chinese Naval fleet makes port call in Manila
Japan says China subs, warships came near Okinawa
It is time to reassess the significance of China's peaceful rise (Indian view)
China says any U.N. action on Iran must help diplomacy
Asian Economy (excluding Japan) Likely To Expand 7.5%: ADB

Geopolitical battle in Kyrgyzstan over US military Lilypond in central Asia
Kyrgyz leader says U.S. base will stay

Pyongyang Tipping Point
Taiwan shows images of killer carrier

Deutsche Bank: "Greece Will Need To Activate Both IMF And EMU Packages Within The Next Month"
Euphoria over Greek rescue fades as first cracks appear
Soros Says Greek 'Death Spiral' Risk Remains After Aid Package
Merkel's Bluff Called in Poker over Greece
"If Greece goes belly up, Germany will have to fork over 8 billion euros to the relief effort."
Euro zone becomes 'no-go zone' for fund managers

Nuclear summit: How much 'loose nukes' material is out there?

Why Brazil signed a military agreement with the US

UK: BAE Systems tops ranking of biggest arms maker: study
Anger over immigration could 'spread to the streets' if it is not debated
Ryanair's extra charges increase by 700 per cent

Mexico set to cut off 24m mobile phone lines in crime crackdown
U.S. Trains Mexican Federal Police To Combat Drugs
Trio of Mexican drug cartels join to oust fourth

US: National Guard Supports Nuclear Summit
America's New Kinder, Gentler Militia (big on survival training)
Check Out The Massive Firesale Being Held By Bankrupt States
Nation's soaring deficit calls for painful choices
Must read: The Doomsday Cycle
Government May Support Nuclear Power's Comeback
Home repos jump 25% in south Florida in 1st quarter
Oregon condos go for half off boomtime prices
Doctor shortage: Medical Schools Can't Keep Up
Doctor shortage? 28 states may expand nurses' role
Good News for Consumer Spending: 1 in 10 U.S. Mortgages Is Now Delinquent
"So it's all a ponzi scheme in the end... the Fed is subsidizing the banks and via proxy US consumer spending."
Illinois 'Poster Child' of Debt Crisis Draining State Services
Teachers' Pension Gap May Be Triple That Reported

And finally... Escaped convicts disguise themselves as sheep




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