Although Americans don't find this to be an issue as they don't feel affected by the global warming and believe it will most probably affect future generations. Busch conducted the work with assistant professor Diego Roman, a linguist at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Some researchers suggest industry-hired scientists and successful public relations campaigns by the coal and gas industry may be the reason many people don't believe climate change is real, despite the fact a ...
Kurdish forces retook Sinjar town on Friday in a two-day offensive, supported by airstrikes from the US-led coalition. If his death is confirmed, it would be a key strike in the U.S.-led campaign against the group and would come more than a year after U.S.
Under the terms of the deal, CGN Group will acquire 1MDB's energy assets, including Edra Solar, Edra Energy, Powertek Energy, Jimah Teknik, Jimah O&M, Mastika Lagenda and Tiara Tanah (Edra operating companies). The announcement comes on the heel of the just concluded East Asian Summit in Kuala Lumpur where China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang pledged a $10 billion fund for infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia.
If all has gone well you will now be left holding a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that is unlocked and you can take it to any carrier. Samsung's decision to exclude microSD slots from their 2015 flagships proved to be a very unpopular move, but the company could be looking to dodge that fire for their 2016 efforts.
In its outlook, Greencore said it is confident of achieving further growth in the current financial year and beyond, but warned that the UK grocery retail market remains "uncertain". The group said it made a modest operating loss in the USA business during the year due to disruption costs as it ramped up production at the Rhode Island facility.
That's right - one of their deals can net you a free 24-inch LG TV when you buy an LG G4. If you prefer a year of Amazon Prime, you can get that by activating a new Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 5 or the Galaxy S6 Edge+. AT&T is selling only the 64 GB model of the gold Note 5 (starting at $28 per month, or $349.99 with a 2-year contract), while Verizon has the 32 GB model (starting at $29 per month).