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$3 gas could make a comeback

$3 gas could make a comeback

WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Analyses from GasBuddy and AAA show U.S. retail gasoline prices are plummeting and could reach $3 per gallon in some markets by the end of the year.
Daniel J. Graeber
South Sudan instructs NGOs to fire foreign workers, hire locals

South Sudan instructs NGOs to fire foreign workers, hire locals

JUBA, South Sudan, Sept. 17 (UPI) --All NGOs and private firms operating in South Sudan must employ mostly locals in management roles, South Sudan's government announced this week.
JC Finley
Dozens of children die in Syria after tainted vaccines

Dozens of children die in Syria after tainted vaccines

ALEPPO, Syria, Sept. 17 (UPI) --At least 36 children are dead after receiving tainted measles vaccines at U.N. clinics Monday night in the rebel-held region of Syria.
Aileen Graef
Iraq's Parliament strikes down Abadi's nominees for interior, defense ministers

Iraq's Parliament strikes down Abadi's nominees for interior, defense ministers

BAGHDAD, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Iraq's Parliament rejected Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's nominees for the ministers of defense and interior on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Scots should vote no on independence

Scots should vote no on independence

Without oil and its big financial sector employers, Scottish taxes would become too burdensome for highly paid industries, and those would ultimately leave too.
Peter Morici
British company gives up on Polish shale

British company gives up on Polish shale

LONDON, Sept. 17 (UPI) --3Legs Resources, a company exploring the shale natural gas potential in Poland, said Wednesday it was giving up because of a lack of commercial prospects.
Daniel J. Graeber
Thai police detain 'possible suspects' in slaying of 2 British tourists

Thai police detain 'possible suspects' in slaying of 2 British tourists

BANGKOK, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Thai police are investigating the murder of two young British tourists on a beach in Koh Tao island and questioning two "possible suspects."
JC Finley
Tony Hayward: Kurdish oil sector open for business

Tony Hayward: Kurdish oil sector open for business

ISTANBUL, Turkey, Sept. 17 (UPI) --The Kurdish north of Iraq is secured and positioned to become a global leader in the energy sector, the top executive at Genel Energy said from Istanbul.
Daniel J. Graeber
Russian economy further weakened by aging workforce

Russian economy further weakened by aging workforce

MOSCOW, Sept. 17 (UPI) --The Russian economy is showing signs of further weakening as the aging population leaves the workforce.
Aileen Graef
Pay up, Gazprom tells Ukraine

Pay up, Gazprom tells Ukraine

MOSCOW, Sept. 17 (UPI) --The future relationship between Ukraine and natural gas company Gazprom depends on resolving lingering debt issues, the Russian company said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Canada unveils additional sanctions against Russia

Canada unveils additional sanctions against Russia

OTTAWA, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Canada announced new sanctions against Russian individuals, entities and a financial institutions on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Modernization of Brazilian Army helicopters to continue

Modernization of Brazilian Army helicopters to continue

MARIGNANE, France, Sept. 16 (UPI) --Modernization of Brazilian Army's AS365 K Panther helicopters is to continue following the first aircraft passing technical-operational evaluation.
Richard Tomkins
Russian troop surge in Crimea 'priority task,' says defense minister

Russian troop surge in Crimea 'priority task,' says defense minister

MOSCOW, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said Tuesday that a troop surge in Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula is a "top priority."
JC Finley
MIT ranked best university in the world by QS

MIT ranked best university in the world by QS

LONDON, Sept. 17 (UPI) --QS released its 2014-2015 world's best college rankings, putting the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the top.
Aileen Graef
Afghanistan's central government in 'critical' financial crisis

Afghanistan's central government in 'critical' financial crisis

KABUL, Afghanistan, Sept. 17 (UPI) --Afghanistan's central government is in "critical" financial crisis, according to a senior Afghan Fiance Ministry official.
JC Finley
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