Dec 6 (Reuters) – Barrick Gold has appointed Pablo
Marcet, an executive with nearly 30 years of mining exploration,
development and operations experience in Latin America, as a
director, the world’s biggest gold miner said on Tuesday.
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WASHINGTON/CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 6 (Reuters) – The company
building the Dakota Access Pipeline turned to a federal judge
late on Monday for a permit to finish the job after the federal
government ruled against the controversial pipeline.
President Obama trumpeted his national security record Tuesday at Florida’s MacDill Air Force Base, saying the U.S. is “breaking the back of ISIL” and diminished the profile of terrorists, calling them “thugs” and “murderers.”
“No foreign terrorist organization has planned and executed an attack on our homeland in the last eight years. And it is not because they didn’t try,” he said, pointing to the intelligence gathered by the men and women at MacDill.
The president also used the speech to target President-elect Donald Trump’s experience and desire to use waterboarding as an interrogation technique.
Obama said staying “true to our laws” strengthens America and prohibiting torture like waterboarding has not led to a decrease in intelligence.
He hailed diplomatic solutions like the Iran nuclear accord as a strategy that has made America safer.
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Obama defends counterterror record in parting security speech, amid new warnings
President Obama, in what was billed as his last major national security speech in office, defended his counterterrorism record and strategy Tuesday while warning “the threat will endure” well into the future – and taking a glancing shot at his …
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