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    Gorilla Strategy: Berlin Delivery Riders Take on a $1B Startup

    BERLIN – Dozens of activists gathered outside grocery delivery company Gorillas, one of Berlin’s best-known startups, to protest hours before a colleague was fired. “We want Santiago back!” Young riders raised slogans last week, threatening to lock up a warehouse in the company’s inner city with their bikes unless he was reinstated. The wild cat […] More

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    Latest: Attenborough: The G-7 must accelerate climate action

    Latest on the meeting of the Group of Seven countries taking place in England: FALMOUTH, England — The Group of Seven leaders are talking about climate change on the final day of their summit in England, with naturalist David Attenborough warning they must take immediate action to avoid human-based environmental catastrophe. All G-7 countries have […] More

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    Travel rebound: 2 million people pass through US airports

    The airline industry’s recovery from the pandemic passed a milestone as more than 2 million people walked through US airport security checkpoints on Friday for the first time since the start of March 2020 By David Koenig AP Airlines Writer 12 June 2021, 7:22 pm • read 3 minutes share on facebookshare on Twitteremail this […] More

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    To curb drug prices, Democrats still seeking balance

    WASHINGTON – Democrats are committed to passing legislation to curb drug prices this year, but they still disagree on how to cut costs for patients and taxpayers, while preserving profits that Allure investors to back potentially promising treatments. It boils down to finding balance: How big of a stick should Medicare have to negotiate prices […] More

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    UK-EU Brexit N Ireland G7 Leaders’ Summit on Clouds

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has held meetings with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the G-7 summit, as post-Brexit unrest builds tensions in relations between Britain and the European Union. By Jill Lawless Associated Press 12 June 2021, 12:14 pm • read 3 minutes share on facebookshare […] More

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    AP interview: Iraq’s oil minister prioritizes gas sector

    Baghdad – Iraq’s oil field is restarting after a disastrous year coronavirus pandemic, with major investment projects on the horizon, Iraqoil minister said on Friday. But he also warned that an enduring bureaucratic culture of fear threatens to stand in the way. Iraq is currently trading oil at $68 a barrel, close to the $76 […] More

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    Apple confirms privacy stance amid Trump probe revelations

    Apple is seeking to protect its image as a custodian of personal privacy it was blinded to by a Trump administration investigation into maintaining it, which resulted in the company handing over phone data from two Democratic congressmen. By Michael Lidke AP Technology Writer 12 June 2021, 12:36 am • read 4 minutes share on […] More

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    Biden candidate linked to 1989 sabotage draws Republicans

    Billings, Mont. — President Joe BidenThe nominee to oversee federal lands in America’s West faces Republican pressure to back his ties atmosphereAL activists were convicted of chopping down trees to sabotage the sale of a national forest timber more than 30 years ago. US Sen. John Barrasso, the ranking Republican on the Senate Energy Committee, […] More

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    Enemies of Dakota Access want environmental review updates from the US

    Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents have asked a federal judge to require a detailed monthly status report while the federal government conducts a comprehensive environmental review. By by James McPherson Associated Press 11th June 2021, 10:31 pm • read 3 minutes share on facebookshare on Twitteremail this article Bismarck, ND – Dakota Access oil pipeline […] More

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