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Unilever threatens to pull ads from digital ‘swamp’

Unilever is threatening to pull its advertising from digital platforms that it says have become a "swamp" of fake news, racism, sexism and extremism. The forceful warning to digital platforms such as Google (GOOGL) and Facebook(FB) will be delivered at an advertising conference in California later on Monday. "We cannot continue to prop up a...
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DMM’s Mining Farm in Japan

DMM Inc, the operator of popular e-commerce site DMM.com with 27 million members, announced on Friday the launch of its mining farm in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The company stated:DMM.com with 27 million members, announced on Friday the launch of its mining farm in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The company stated: DMM operates large-scale...
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Falcao: I’ve often pictured myself scoring at a World Cup

After missing out on Brazil 2014 through injury, Falcao is dreaming of going to Russia 2018 Colombia face Japan in their opening game on 19 June As he waits for his chance, El Tigre shares some of his FIFA World Cup memories While last December’s Final Draw for the 2018 FIFA World...
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Bitcoin drops below $9,000 on (potentially) bad news from India

After several short-lived drops under $10,000, it looks like the price of Bitcoin finally yielded under pressure. The largest cryptocurrency by market cap is currently trading at $8,947, down 11 percent in the last 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap. The trigger for the price drop is likely the news from India,...
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Border Force stop Farnborough smuggling attempt

Officers discovered the Class A drugs on Monday 29 January, when Border Force officers examined 15 suitcases accompanying 5 passengers on a private jet arriving from Bogota, South America. It is believed to be one of the largest seizures of its kind in the UK. The weight of the drugs...
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El Chapo promises not to kill jurors in New York trial

Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman has promised not to kill any of the jurors presiding over his federal trial in New York, his defence lawyer has said. The drug kingpin, who was extradited to the United States from Mexico last year, faces federal charges for his alleged role running a drug...
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Oil spill off China coast now the size of Paris

An oil spill from an Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea is now the size of Paris. The slick covers an area of 101 square kilometers (39 square miles), after almost doubling in size from the start of the week, according to figures released Wednesday by the Chinese State...
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Venezuela Opposition Leader Killed in Government Security Operation

A prominent opposition figure Venezuela was killed after a high-powered firefight with security forces, making him perhaps the highest-profile individual slain in government security operations that critics say are used to target political dissidents rather than crime. On January 15, security forces in Venezuela killed Óscar Pérez, a former intelligence police officer and...
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Ponzi Scheme Used Offshore Hideaways To Shuffle Investors’ Money

Francisco Illarramendi often called on Moris Beracha when he needed an infusion of cash. The Venezuelan-born Illarramendi was a manager of a Connecticut-based investment advisory firm. Beracha was a Venezuelan financier close to the Hugo Chavez government who, a lawsuit against him claims, could produce multi-million-dollar advances of cash with...
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