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Can Thar coal address Pakistan's power crisis?

Power stations running on coal are shutting down in many countries but Pakistan is bucking the trend. Its first power plant burning coal from an open-cast mine is now operational. The electricity generated is lighting up villages, creating jobs and cutting the cost of fuel imports. But the project is …

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Embattled Trump Admin RESIGNS

Jeffrey Epstein’s prosecutorial sympathizer has resigned from the Trump Administration. Erin Ryan, Brooke Thomas, and John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. MORE TYT: https://tyt.com/trial Read more here: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/12/labor-secretary-alex-acosta-is-resigning-as-pressure-mounts-from-jeffrey-epstein-case.html “Labor Secretary Alex Acosta said Friday he will resign amid controversy over the way he handled a sex …

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Sudan protests: Military council wants talks to resume

Sudan’s Transitional Military Council has asked protest leaders to return to talks- but this time – with no strings attached.. Protesters have rejected that call and demonstrations demanding civilian rule are continuing across the country. They also want an international investigation into the violence and the resumption of internet services. …

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Zimbabwe inflation: Gov't trying to head off mass strikes

Zimbabwe is going to raise public sector pay for the second time in three months, after labour groups threatened mass protests. Inflation is running close to 100 percent, as the country struggles with shortages of bread, fuel and medicine. Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from Harare. – Subscribe to our …

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Cenk Clowns Republican Grifter

Republicans know facts aren’t on their side so they just make them up! Cenk Ana Kasparian, Maytha Alhassen, and Nando Vila, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. MORE TYT: https://tyt.com/trial Hosts: Ana Kasparian, Nando Vila, Maytha Alhassen Cast: Ana Kasparian, Nando Vila, Maytha Alhassen *** The Largest Online …

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Mike Anderson’s first impression of his St. John’s team

It’s been nearly three months since Mike Anderson was named St. John’s coach, and a lot has happened since then. He’s landed four recruits: high school prospects John McGriff and Julian Champagnie, junior college transfer Damien Sears and Monmouth grad transfer Nick Rutherford. Anderson kept a key piece, in rising …

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