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Mysterious Power Outage Paralyzes Tajikistan

Entire swathes of Tajikistan were left without electricity for around three hours on March 1 amid what appears to have been a major technical malfunction. Households in the capital, Dushanbe, reported power outages at around 11 a.m. local time. Electricity supplies were restored three hours later…Read More

OPEC Lifts Production in February

OPEC raised its oil production in January despite voluntary production cuts that the group was supposed to be adhering to, according to new data published on Friday by Bloomberg. A new Bloomberg survey showed that OPEC’s production rose by 110,000 barrels per day to 26.68 million barrels per day—with Libya accounting for much of the

Russia’s Rosneft Moves to Sell its German Refinery Assets

Russia’s state-controlled oil giant Rosneft has launched a sales process seeking to divest its German assets, which include a majority stake in a major refinery that is currently under German trusteeship, a spokesperson for Germany’s economy ministry told Bloomberg on Friday. In September 2022, a few months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine…Read More

U.S. Oil Drilling Gets Another Bump As WTI Soars To $80

The total number of active drilling rigs for oil and gas in the United States rose this week, according to new data that Baker Hughes published on Friday. The total rig count rose by 3 to 629 this week, compared to 749 rigs this same time last year…Read More

Cheap Spot Prices Boost China’s LNG Imports to Record High for February

China imported in February a record volume of LNG for the month, as buyers took advantage of plummeting spot prices in Asia amid ample inventories and tepid demand.   Chinese LNG imports last month – the highest-ever for February – topped 5.5 million tons, rising by 15% compared to February last year…Read More

The Reality of Women in Combat

Women have been allowed to serve on Navy warships and combat aircraft since 1994. But now, the Army is under fire. It is accused of violating its own ban on putting females near the frontlines…Read More

Shiite a Favorite for Iraqi PM Post

Iraq’s dominant Shiite ticket now has a candidate for prime minister, making him the favorite for the post. It is uncertain what role Islam may play in the government if he is elected…Read More

Natural and Safe Ways to Treat Arthritis

Some leading arthritis experts say the last thing people with arthritis should do is take prescription drugs. They say there are some safer, less expensive alternatives. And they may be more effective…Read More

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