Interest in its Natural Resources Is Tearing Libya Apart

Interest in its Natural Resources Is Tearing Libya Apart Political writer Greg Shupak discusses the failed attempt in Moscow to reach a ceasefire agreement in the Libyan civil war, and the new attempt in Berlin. As Turkey, the UAE, Egypt, and other regional players interfere to promote their interests in Libya’s natural resources, the country seems as far as it ever was from achieving peace. Director/Video Editor: Bababtunde Ogunfolaju Audio Engineer: Will Arenas Visual Producer: Andrew Corkery Chase Producer: Genevieve Montinar Subscribe to our page and support our work at…

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Fighting the Fossil Fuel Economy in Appalachia. With the coal industry dying, public officials are promoting fracking and petrochemicals. “Why are we in such bad shape when these corporations have made billions of dollars from what’s under our feet?”

Fighting the Fossil Fuel Economy in Appalachia. With the coal industry dying, public officials are promoting fracking and petrochemicals. “Why are we in such bad shape when these corporations have made billions of dollars from what’s under our feet?” submitted by /u/mafco to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Friendly reminder to get your coins off of exchanges and into cold wallets if you are not actively trading

Friendly reminder to get your coins off of exchanges and into cold wallets if you are not actively trading Title says it all. Not your keys not your coins. This might be common sense to many of you but this is to the newer users who are keeping all their crypto portfolio to coinbase exclusively etc. Please take your coins offline. Look into a trezor or paper wallet its fairly easy to search this sub or the internet and find reliable sources. Not only will this protect you from cyber…

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US families are paying over $4,500 in medical bills to have a baby. The average out-of-pocket costs for childbirth increased by 50% in 7 years. Despite an Affordable Care Act mandate that employer-based health plans cover maternity care, some are shouldering more of the expenses tied to childbirth.

US families are paying over $4,500 in medical bills to have a baby. The average out-of-pocket costs for childbirth increased by 50% in 7 years. Despite an Affordable Care Act mandate that employer-based health plans cover maternity care, some are shouldering more of the expenses tied to childbirth. submitted by /u/savvas_lampridis to r/science [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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