Iran tests ballistic missile in defiance of UN resolution, US officials say
Iran conducted its first ballistic missile test under Donald Trump's presidency, in yet another apparent violation of a United Nations resolution, U.S. officials told Fox News on Monday. The launch occurred Sunday at a well-known test site outside …
Iran tested medium-range ballistic missile: US officialReuters
US: Iran Has Tested a Ballistic MissileNew York Times
Iran tested another ballistic missile SundayHot Air
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VIENNA, Jan 30 (Reuters) – Telekom Austria, a unit
of Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim’s America Movil,
confirmed a fall in its full-year core profit, largely due to
tough price competition which it expects to persist in 2017.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 30 (Reuters) – The state of Washington
will go to federal court to challenge U.S. President Donald
Trump’s executive order banning immigration from some
Muslim-majority states, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said on
Ending months of speculation, Vodafone on Monday confirmed it is in talks with the Aditya Vikram Birla group for the merger of its Indian entity and Idea Cellular in what will be the largest such deal in the country`s telecom space once it materialises.
A sightseer got caught in high seas off the coast of northern California on the morning of January 26 and had to be rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard…from his truck. The unidentified man had driven his Nissan pickup onto a jetty guarding the entrance to Humboldt Bay, just outside the city of Eureka. The […]
TOKYO/DETROIT, Jan 30 (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co Ltd and General Motors Co (GM) will jointly produce
pollution-free hydrogen fuel cell power systems in the United
States from around 2020, the companies said Monday, despite
President Donald Trump’s promises to dismantle U.S.
environmental regulations intended to spur green car demand.
Jan 30 (Reuters) – Source: Hudson Bay Capital Management,
Trump signs '2-for-1' order to reduce regulations
President Trump on Monday signed an executive order that would require agencies to revoke two regulations for every new rule they want to issue. The executive order is aimed at dramatically rolling back federal regulations, one of his top campaign …
Trump wants to scrap two regulations for each new one adoptedWashington Post
Trump signs executive order requiring that for every one new regulation, two must be revokedPolitico
Small Businesses Optimistic, Anxious, About Deregulations Under TrumpNBCNews.com
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