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Trump picks his Interior chief, a supporter of more drilling

Navy SEAL. The choice of Zinke for the role, which involves responsibility for USA federal land, has been praised by fossil fuel interests encouraged by Trump's commitment to support gas extraction, but prompted varied reactions from environmental groups concerned about wildlife preservation, The Hill reports .



Facebook will start telling you when a story may be fake

Facebook has said it will introduce tools to prevent fake news stories from spreading on its platform, following rising criticism it did not do enough to combat the problem during the lead-up to the USA presidential election. And given Facebook's repeated insistence that it is NOT. Storeis can be marked fake by Facebook's third party partners or select users. Below the headline there will be a red label that says "disputed by 3rd Party Fact-Checkers".


National panic in Nigeria as MMM gets frozen

National panic in Nigeria as MMM gets frozen

He explained that most participants would want to cash out their money for the festive period and that would lead to a breakdown of the system as it is a mutual aid community of individuals helping individuals ... A development consultant, Jide Ojo, told The Guardian that the craze for Ponzi schemes in the country is the result of hunger and poverty in the land, as people would readily justify their action by the popular cliché "Life itself is a risk".



Explosive residue on EgyptAir victims

The ministry said because of criminal suspicion, it notified Egypt's public prosecutor in order for an official inquiry to be launched. EgyptAir Flight 804 departed from Paris' Charles De Gaulle Airport in the evening on May 19, and disappeared from radar at 37,000 feet over the Mediterranean.


Ohio House GOP Weighs Options After Governor's Abortion Veto

Ohio House GOP Weighs Options After Governor's Abortion Veto

Why become the next state to spend millions of OH taxpayers' dollars defending a bill that federal judges would just reject? He also adds that any court challenges to HB 493 will invite "additional challenges to Ohio's strong legal protections for unborn life".