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Qatar plans $35B in U.S. investment over next five years

Qatar plans to invest $35 billion in the United States over the next five years as it sought to diversify assets. Estimated to be worth about $250 billion, the QIA has built up a string of stakes in a few of the world's largest corporates, including Royal Dutch Shell, Barclays and Volkswagen.

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Woman Tapes Dog's Mouth Shut

According to an arrest report, Kimberly Ann Howell, 25, took pictures of her young mixed breed dog with duct tape around its mouth. Howell was arrested on a misdemeanor cruelty to animals charge and was given a $2,000 secured bond. "I'm mad at myself too but I never realized how mean people were". 'And I respect that people are serious about animal abuse, they should be. "But I would never abuse my dog".

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Teva to Buy Rimsa for About $2.3 Billion

It also has a unique portfolio of patent-protected products. It is expected to be accretive to Teva's non-GAAP earnings starting Q1 2017. The transactions will be funded through a combination of cash on hand and lines of credit. The deal will be Teva's second major acquisition in the last few months. The move solidified the company's position as the number one maker of generic medications.

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Raytheon wins $1B cybersecurity contract with U.S. government

According to Wajsgras, cybersecurity incidents have grown to an average of 66 percent a year globally between 2009 and 2014. "Today's cyber threats are increasingly pervasive and serious, and our government and private sector institutions require the best protection possible", said Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services said in a statement.

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M&T Bank And Hudson City Bancorp Get Approval To Merge

The deal, initially valued at $3.7 billion, is the longest-delayed the US bank deal of more than $100 million on record. The deal hit a snag in early 2013, when M&T learned that the Federal Reserve had concerns about its anti-money- laundering procedures.

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Great wildebeest migration to be streamed online

Tourists pay and travel for the goal of seeing this exciting event when millions of animals go through their yearly venture of running, swimming and battling predators. It's truly a marvel of nature, that is always filled with dramatic interactions. This photograph, from the " Make It Kenya " tourism and commerce public relations campaign, shows a large herd of wildebeests breaking into a run after crossing the Mara River in Kenya on Tuesday.