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'18Apr
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China fans trade dispute with hefty deposit on U.S. sorghum imports

China will slap hefty anti-dumping deposits on imports of U.S. sorghum from Wednesday, the government said on Tuesday, a higher-than-expected charge on the grain used in livestock feed and the spirits industry, as...
'18Apr
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Opinion: Why some men abuse women online

Email The Conversation By Bianca Fileborn Posted April 18, 2018 07:35:04 Photo...
'18Apr
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Fiji partners with FAO and the European Union to build resilient and food secure communities

Flooded land in Fiji. Like the other Pacific Islands, Fiji is vulnerable to cyclones and other extreme weather events.18 April 2018, Nadi, Fiji - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)...
'18Apr
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Global body adopts new measures to stop the spread of plant pests

A male Gypsy Moth, a voracious tree pest capable of defoliating millions of acres of forest in a single year.18 April 2018, Rome - The body charged with keeping global trade in plants and plant products safe has...
'18Apr
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‘It is really about listening’: Teen suicide-prevention expert counsels parents, teachers and students in Jordan School District

Riverton • Parents showed up by the hundreds Monday to hear a national suicide-prevention expert speak at Jordan School District, a community alarmed by a spate of youth suicides this school year. More than 200...
'18Apr
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Nerve agent used to attack Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter 'delivered in liquid form'

The nerve agent used to attack former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter was delivered in a "liquid form". Only a "very small amount" of the deadly Novichok substance was used against Mr Skripal,...
'18Apr
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Virtual Instagram celebrity ‘Lil Miquela’ has had her account hacked

The Instagram account for the virtual celebrity known as Lil Miquela has been hacked.The multi-racial fashionista and advocate for multiculturalism, whose account is followed by nearly 1 million people, has had “...
'18Apr
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'No such thing as absolute security': Healthcare a growing target for hackers

In 2016 a Californian hospital desperately paid $US17,000 in bitcoin as ransom to a hacker who had seized control of its computer systems.But in making the payment, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre...
'18Apr
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'No such thing as absolute security': Healthcare a growing target for hackers

In 2016 a Californian hospital desperately paid $US17,000 in bitcoin as ransom to a hacker who had seized control of its computer systems.But in making the payment, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre...
'18Apr
17

RMS St. Helena to Return as Anti-piracy Armory Vessel

By Joe Brock April 17, 2018 © Bruce Salt / MarineTraffic.com The...

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