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Regulators reject addition of river herring to fishing plan Federal regulators say a plan to extend greater conservation protections to river herring is not necessary at this time. The New England Fishery Management Council recently considered a plan to bring river ...
LCNB posts 4Q profit The bank, based in Lebanon, Ohio, said it had earnings of 34 cents per share. The holding company for LCNB National Bank posted revenue of $12 million in the period. For the year, the company reported ...
Column: Blend of good, bad is box office in Chelseas Costa When football historians tell the story of the hurricane that battered England in the form of Chelsea forward Diego Costa, they might pinpoint this week as the moment when admiration started to sour into disdain.
Search for comet lander Philae ends European Space Agency controllers have called off the dedicated search for Philae, the probe that landed on a comet in November.
Alibaba promises more action against fake goods E-commerce giant Alibaba pledged Friday to do more to fight online sales of counterfeit goods, quickly settling a public dispute with a Chinese regulator after the value of its U.S.-traded shares plunged. ...
Depleted Saints bolstered by returns for Swans clash By Ossian Shine SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - Two of Southampton's international brigade will ride to the rescue this weekend, affording manager Ronald Koeman some much needed relief from injury woes when his high-flying Saints welcome Swansea City in the Premier League on Sunday. Japanese defender Maya Yoshida and Senegalese striker Sadio Mane are back from international duty, and will be available, to the relief of Koeman who is still without Victor Wanyama, Morgan Schneiderlin, Toby Alderwiereld and Shane Long.
African Union postpones report on South Sudan atrocities ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — The chairman of a commission inquiry into the conflict in South Sudan says the African Union has postponed releasing a report which is expected to reveal those responsible for atrocities committed in the violence.
US spokesman: Gunman in fatal Afghan attack was in uniform WASHINGTON (AP) — A Pentagon spokesman says the gunman who killed three American contractors at the Kabul airport was in an Afghan uniform and was subsequently killed.
Russia wants U.N. Security Council help on conflict zone flight risk Russia is calling on the United Nations Security Council to help protect civilian jets from anti-aircraft weapons after the downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine last year. The Russian position comes after it dismissed proposals by the U.N.'s aviation body, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), as "superficial." The Security Council is much more powerful than Montreal-based ICAO, a specialised agency that sets safety standards for global aviation. ICAO needs "a mechanism of cooperation with the U.N. Security Council, state military authorities and military-political unions in order to timely detect potential threats to civil aviation flight safety and to respond to these threats," said Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee, which oversees civil aviation in the former Soviet Union. Russia outlined its stance in documents released ahead of a major U.N. air safety conference in Montreal on Feb. 2-5.
Soccer-Depleted Saints bolstered by returns for Swans clash By Ossian Shine SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Two of Southampton's international brigade will ride to the rescue this weekend, affording manager Ronald Koeman some much needed relief from injury woes when his high-flying Saints welcome Swansea City in the Premier League on Sunday. Japanese defender Maya Yoshida and Senegalese striker Sadio Mane are back from international duty, and will be available, to the relief of Koeman who is still without Victor Wanyama, Morgan Schneiderlin, Toby Alderwiereld and Shane Long.
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