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Oil seen flowing onshore in Jamaica

Feb. 21 (UPI) — Oil was found flowing naturally for the first time ever onshore in Jamaica at two locations in what could be a door opener in the Caribbean, companies said. Two companies, the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica and CGG GeoConsulting, said oil was found flowing at two sites …

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<a href='https://news.sky.com/story/surrender-or-starve-the-desperate-fight-for-survival-in-ghouta-11260376'>Surrender or starve: The desperate fight for survival in Ghouta</a>

By Bethan Staton, News Reporter Trapped by a months-long siege and under ferocious government bombing, the residents of rebel-held eastern Ghouta say they are “waiting their turn to die”. At least 250 people have been killed in 48 hours in the Damascus suburb, while residents make panicked phone calls to …

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Intel Corp.'s 2019 iPhone Challenge

Over the last few years, chip giant Intel ‘s (NASDAQ: INTC) cellular modem business has blossomed thanks to wins inside of Apple ‘s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone family of smartphones. Intel modems can be found inside of some of Apple’s iPhone 7-series, 8-series, and even iPhone X smartphones. Intel isn’t the …

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Asylum seekers prepare for new life in Ireland

The final group of asylum seekers to be transferred from Greece to Ireland as part of the EU’s response to the refugee crisis takes place in the early hours of tomorrow. Twenty nine people will fly out from Athens airport under the EU Relocation Programme. Since January 2016 more than …

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Facebook Expected to Lose Millions of Users Under 25 in 2018

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB)  started off as a social networking site exclusively for college students. But 14 years later, many young people say that older people have taken over Facebook, so they’re migrating to Instagram and Snap Inc. ‘s (NYSE: SNAP)  Snapchat. While Facebook is still adding users each month, they’re …

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Syria war: UN plea to end 'hell on earth' Eastern Ghouta crisis

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionYoung children have been found buried in the rubble The UN Secretary General has demanded an immediate end to fighting in the Eastern Ghouta in Syria, describing the rebel enclave as a “hell on earth”. “I believe Eastern Ghouta cannot wait,” Antonio …

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