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Beef Magazine:RecentNews

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Global Meat News:Breaking News

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FoodsAgency:All News

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BioSecurity NZ:LatestNews

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Beefpoint:Novas do BeefPoint

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3. Media Financial

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Beef Magazine:RecentNews What happened to the Beef Checkoff ads?

Apr 18, 2016 07:05AM Cattlemen’s Beef Board Why don’t you see those funny, creative beef ads on television anymore? Because the consumer has changed, and the beef industry has changed to keep pace.

read more Why we should be concerned about anti-ag propaganda shown in schools Apr 18, 2016 03:52AM What are students learning about agriculture in classrooms across the country? Unfortunately, the answer might disturb you.

Content Classification:  Curated BEEF Daily read more The coming revolution in cattle genetics Apr 14, 2016 12:47PM The seedstock industry has been trying to produce low-input, high-output cattle for a long time. Are we finally reaching the stage where that is going to be possible?

My View From The Country read more Are you familiar with BVD?

Apr 14, 2016 12:25PM BVD is a wreck if it gets into your cowherd. Surprisingly, however, some producers are not familiar with the disease.

read more Have you ever attempted to follow the government’s Dietary Guidelines?

Apr 14, 2016 12:05PM For many years, the government has established Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which are designed to encourage us to eat a “healthy” diet.

Yes, I have followed the old dietary pyramid and the new changes to the Dietary Guidelines.

No, I have not tried to follow the government’s Dietary Guidelines.

What guidelines?

read more Beef sustainability and consumer perception change happens Apr 14, 2016 12:04PM By Bryan Weech With the animal activist community successfully effecting change in the pork and egg industry, a logical question is, will activists now set their sights on the beef industry?

read more Your horse is bleeding. Now what?

Apr 14, 2016 11:32AM American Quarter Horse Association There is no good time for your horse to get an injury. But if you spend enough time horseback, it’s going to happen. Here are some tips on what to do next.

read more Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Feeder cattle market continues impressive volume Apr 14, 2016 10:11AM This week’s feeder cattle market saw another week of large runs with 39,000 head at test auctions which is just 2,000 head below last week, but 8,000 head over last year.

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Nutrition Coalition suggests dietary guidelines made Americans fat Apr 14, 2016 09:21AM By Alan Newport Data show Americans have followed the government’s dietary guidelines — and gotten fat as a result.

read more Meat Market Update | Daily Spot Choice Cutout starts to rebound Apr 14, 2016 08:27AM We have actually been following very closely the 2014 movement of the Choice Cutout, which endured a brief decline in the early part of the grilling season just like this year.

By Ed Czerwien, USDA Market News Reporter read more Why the idea of a “vegan butcher shop” is ridiculous Apr 14, 2016 04:00AM A new vegan butcher shop has opened its doors in Minneapolis, Minn. Here is what I think about that nonsense and why folks who go meatless should start eating steak and bacon again.

Content Classification:  Curated BEEF Daily read more How much money have you lost to BVD?

Apr 13, 2016 08:20AM A lot of the losses from calves persistently infected with BVD aren’t noticeable. But the disease wallops the beef business with as much as a $2.5 billion hit.

BEEF Editors’ Blog read more 13 things you need in your AI kit; Plus: More tips for breeding success Apr 13, 2016 04:00AM It’s time to gear up for the breeding season. Here are 13 things to put in your AI box.

Content Classification:  Curated BEEF Daily read more Merck, employees provide wildfire relief Apr 12, 2016 09:45AM The fires are still smoldering, but the impact will be felt for years to come.

read more Red Angus program breaks records Apr 12, 2016 09:27AM If you want proof that value-added feeder cattle programs work, look no further than the red-hided steers sporting bright yellow ear tags in a feedyard.

read more Who won the “Celebrate Spring” photo contest?

Apr 12, 2016 04:00AM We’re wrapping up our “Celebrate Spring” photo contest, and it’s time to announce the winners!

Content Classification:  Curated BEEF Daily read more Projected lifetime returns: Bred heifers Apr 11, 2016 11:48AM What economic and production factors impact the economic value of preg-checked heifers in your cowherd?

Cattle Economics read more 6 Trending Headlines: EPA funds attack on farmers; PLUS are you smarter than a cow?

Apr 11, 2016 07:40AM Are you smarter than a cow? Take the quiz. Plus, learn how EPA is funding anti-agriculture messages and more in this week’s Trending Headlines.


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read more 5 things to know about Netflix’s “The Ranch” starring Ashton Kutcher Apr 11, 2016 04:00AM “The Ranch” debuted on Netflix in April; here is what you need to know about this comedy/drama about life on a Colorado cattle ranch.

Content Classification:  Curated BEEF Daily read more Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Apr. 09, 2016 Apr 8, 2016 08:29PM Yearling cattle continued to sell at steady to firm prices this week, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Calves, on the other hand, traded steady to $5 per cwt lower as the increasing volume of the new-crop variety enables buyers to get choosier.

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Global Meat News:Breaking News Australian meat industry to benefit from technology investment Apr 15, 2016 03:38AM

A new government grant worth AUS$4.8

million to help develop advanced measurement technology in the meat industry has been welcomed by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA). 

Supreme Poultry and Chickens fined $30,000 Apr 15, 2016 04:28AM

A poultry processing plant in New South Wales (NSW), Australia has been fined for breaching conditions of its Environment Protection Licence (EPL). 

Meat imports may undermine efforts to curb antimicrobial resistance Apr 15, 2016 04:11AM

The Alliance to Save our Antibiotics has called for an EU ban on routine antibiotic use in poultry, but conceded this may not be enough to protect public health. 

Inner Mongolia Tianmu Group invests in beef production Apr 15, 2016 03:53AM

A Chinese food processor is bulking up its beef output with a RMB450 million investment to breed 50,000 cattle. 

Kemin’s new ingredient pledges to protect colour and improve flavour Apr 14, 2016 02:32AM

Acerola is the latest product launched by US ingredients manufacturer Kemin Food Technologies, which the company claims is


for a range of meat producers, especially cured meat makers. 

Cogent Breeding forms joint venture with Universal Sires Australia Apr 14, 2016 02:17AM

UK bovine genetics specialist Cogent Breeding has entered into a partnership with dairy DNA business Universal Sires Australia to form Cogent Australia – a company that will provide beef producers with high-quality genetics. 

US trade representative: TPP inaction ‘alarming’ Apr 14, 2016 02:54AM

US trade representative Michael Froman used his keynote speech at the National Cattlemen‘s Beef Association (NCBA) annual policy conference to bang the drum for action on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. 

Ukraine hits pork production problems Apr 14, 2016 03:04AM

Ukraine’s pork production costs have spiked by nearly 28%, from UAH15 (US$0.58) to UAH19 (US$0.73) per kilogramme over the past two years, while pork prices are under significant pressure, 

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EU ministers rally to safeguard beef from Mercosur trade deal Apr 13, 2016 04:16AM

The European Commission has faced opposition from 20 politicians over plans to reduce tariffs on 

Mercosur beef exports, a move many claim will hurt the EU’s agriculture market.  French government plan to fine meat firms criticised Apr 13, 2016 05:11AM

French agriculture minister Stéphane Le Foll’s plan to boost transparency in the meat industry will not halt the decline in France’s agro-food sector, according to meat organisation Culture Viande. 

Scandi Standard becomes majority shareholder in Danish poultry firm Apr 13, 2016 04:42AM

Sweden-based poultry processor Scandi Standard has bought a majority stake in Sødams Øko Fjerkræslagteri ApS – which loosely translates in English to Sodams Organic Poultry Slaughterhouse.

Food trends: meat consumption up, beef declines Apr 13, 2016 04:29AM

Global meat consumption has recorded a year-on-year increase when compared to figures from 2014, according to data from London-based market intelligence firm Euromonitor International. 

Outlook for EU pork trade resumption with Russia not ‘positive’ Website:

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In an address to the European Parliament on Tuesday 12 April, European agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan said the response from Russia to reignite pork trade dialogue had “

not been very positive


US cattle industry calls for vote on TPP Apr 12, 2016 04:49AM

A total of 225 US food and agricultural associations, including the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) sent a letter to members of Congress on Monday 11 April calling for an efficient vote on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Bulgarian poultry processor invests €8m to modernise capacity Apr 12, 2016 04:41AM

Bulgarian poultry processor Gradus has revealed it has invested more than BGN15 million (€8m) to expand and modernise its output capacity. 

Germany in social media storm over halal meat Apr 12, 2016 04:58AM

German social media campaigners have called for pork to be placed in the halal section of supermarkets to challenge the “


” way animals are slaughtered, but critics argue this is an Islamophobic attack.

Copa-Cogeca slams ‘unacceptable’ EU-Mercosur deal Apr 12, 2016 02:09AM

Farming body Copa-Cogeca tells EU ministers to oppose a deal with South American trade bloc Mercosur that would pave the way to lower tariffs, leading to a “

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Earnings at listed Chinese meat companies rise Apr 11, 2016 04:32AM

A rebound in demand for pigs and poultry is boosting the books of some of China’s leading meat companies.

USDA plans to tighten organic meat policy Apr 11, 2016 02:40AM

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) will make regulatory changes to organic meat and poultry practices, to ensure there’s a national standard to which high-welfare livestock producers adhere.

South American trade show Alimentec enjoys bookings rise Apr 11, 2016 04:44AM

Alimentec acts as the gateway to the South American market for the global food industry and organisers have said they are pleased to report a year-on-year rise in exhibitor bookings.


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New appointments to the FSA Board Mar 16, 2016 08:45AM The Food Standards Agency has announced four new appointments to the FSA Board. David Brooks, Rosie Glazebrook, Stewart Houston and Paul Williams will Science report on exciting FoodsAgency:All News The Food Standards Agency at whole-genome sequencing, the science of mapping the technology can help the FSA’s work to ensure food is safe The General Advisory Committee on Science (GACS) is FSA publishes list of incidents will be held in London on Thursday 24 March.

for October to December 2015 advice products. It also includes information about where we supported foodborne outbreak investigations.

Triennial review of six FSA Scientific Advisory Committees Mar 24, 2016 02:30AM We have today published a review of our six Scientific Advisory Committees (SACs), which was carried out to ensure the FSA continues to get the best independent expert scientific advice to support its work.

(FSA) has today published the first assessment of food crime in the UK Mar 23, 2016 03:30AM The Food Crime Annual Strategic Assessment (FCASA), carried out by the FSA’s National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) on behalf of the FSA and Food Standards Scotland, examines the scale and nature of the food crime threat to the UK’s £200 billion food and drink industry. The assessment will inform the NFCU’s priorities over the next year.

ACAF open meeting: 17 February 2016 Mar 22, 2016 05:00AM The open meeting was held at Aviation House, London on 17 February 2016. It gave stakeholders an opportunity to observe the Committee at work and ask questions.

Views wanted on bacterium M. aurum by 11 April 2016 Mar 22, 2016 07:45AM A company has applied to the FSA for bacterium M.

aurum to be approved for use in the European Union (EU) as a food ingredient under Regulation (EC) 258/97.

Views are wanted on the company’s application dossier that the FSA will present to the independent expert committee (Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes) to inform its pre-market assessment of the novel food.


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WorldPoultry:All News Restaurants petitioned to curb antibiotic use Apr 13, 2016 03:00AM A total of 10 large US and British restaurant groups have been targeted by a campaign of 54 large investors, to curb the use of antibiotics in meat and poultry.

3rd edition of World Poultry 2016 now online Apr 11, 2016 03:00AM In this edition we look back at the Paris climate treaty which was negotiated in the last month of last year. Great news, so it would seem for food producers from around the world.

Progress made towards a necrotic enteritis vaccine Apr 7, 2016 02:00AM US researchers have evaluated the use of a novel live vaccine to prevent necrotic enteritis in broilers.

Project to reduce antibiotic resistance in poultry Mar 31, 2016 02:00AM The German Federal Ministry of Nutrition and Agriculture (BMEL) is funding a collaborative research project to minimise antibiotic resistant pathogens in key stages of the poultry production chain.

Huvepharma wins All About Feed award Mar 30, 2016 04:25AM The Huvematic® concept, developed by Huvepharma is the winner of the All About Feed/FIAAP Animal Nutrition Award.


Seminar: Feeding young broilers Mar 29, 2016 02:00AM A free seminar at Victam Asia will delve into the importance of feeding the young broiler chicken.

McDonald’s France partners with French poultry sector Mar 28, 2016 12:00AM McDonald’s France and the French poultry sector have signed a 3 year agreement fixing the purchase price of chicken. The agreement is unprecedented in its scale, 3-year duration, and 9,100 tonnes per year minimum Benefits of probiotic-fed Poultry Mar 25, 2016 01:00AM Sales of probiotic-fed chicken products in the United States have increased 34% in the last year due to the demand for antibiotic-free poultry. US researchers therefore set out to determine the benefits of probiotic-fed chicken.

Cobb granted ‘compartment’ status in UK Mar 25, 2016 01:00AM The UK farm and hatchery facilities exporting Cobb broiler breeding stock globally have been granted ‘GB enhanced compartment’ status.

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A large project to produce Grade Maker turkey meat has been launched by the Cherkizovo Group at their production unit in Tambov Oblast, Russia with the overall capacity of 50,000 tonnes per year. In an effort to catch up with the rapid growth of popularity of so-called exotic types of poultry meat among Russia consumers.


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FarmingUK:News Landworkers Alliance hang huge banner over the Treasury in protest of farmland privitization The Landworkers’ Alliance (LWA) hung a 7m banner over the Treasury entrance to highlight the continued sell off of publicly owned farmland and council housing under the Government’s austerity programme. The action took place as part of La Via Camp… ‘Badly handled antibiotic regulation may mean UK imports more produce’ Shadow Defra secretary Kerry McCarthy has called for international action to reduce the amount of antibiotics used in livestock production. In response to this, the Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture Alliance (RUMA) says: “We welcome the … Global organisations team up to build prosperity for disadvantaged rural people around the world The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) have signed an agreement to reinforce and expand cooperation between the two organisations.

The organisations say they are both committed to build gr… Cattle Show partnership affords dairy farmers free entry to all cattle classes at UK Dairy Day For the first time in its 3-year history, dairy farmers across the UK can show their cattle free of charge in all classes at UK Dairy Day 2016 thanks to a partnership between the show and the UK’s largest agricultural purchasing group, Anglia Farmers… Arable business risk, resilience and reward at Cereals 2016 Arable business risk, resilience and reward will be at the heart of the AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds exhibit at Cereals 2016. The event, taking place on June 15–16 at Chrishall Grange in Cambridgeshire, sees AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds continue its 2016 ‘r… Resistance to antibiotics will become an ‘even greater threat to mankind than cancer’ Antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics will present a greater danger to humankind than cancer by the middle of the century unless world leaders agree international action to tackle the threat, according to George Osborne.

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New EU proposal ‘severely weakens’ import control to prevent black spot disease European agricultural cooperative Copa and Cogeca have today slammed a new EU Commission proposal which severely weakens import controls to prevent black spot disease in citrus fruit coming into Europe, warning its unacceptable. The cooperative wa… Google and UN to use high-resolution satellite data to manage world’s resources The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation and Google are working together to make high-resolution satellite data an everyday tool in managing the world’s natural resources. It is a joint effort that both organisations say will change the way the … UK refusal to support EU school food plan ‘another knock’ for agriculture European farm ministers met on Monday (11 April) to adopt a regulation that will promote the consumption of milk products, fruit and vegetables in schools. The UK abstained from the vote and, as a consequence, will not be supporting the new regula… UK pig production growth continues UK pig meat production remained strong in March, with 79,800 tonnes output during the month, according to latest figures from Defra. This equated to an increase of around 5% compared with March 2015, once changes to reporting periods are taken int… Rural community recycling sites to be cut back in Mid Wales The number of community recycling sites and rural storage point bins in Mid Wales will be reduced following a decision by the county council’s cabinet. Councillor John Powell, cabinet member for environment and sustainability, said: “Since the rol… Central Association of Agricultural Valuers unveils practical guide to fracking The potential growth of fracking in the UK poses a number of challenges and opportunities for landowners – and now there is the first comprehensive review to help them navigate their way through this emerging subject.

Published by the Central Asso… Organic sector ‘can bring resilience to British food and farming’ Being part of the organic sector could help build much-needed resilience into food and farming businesses struggling in difficult market conditions, according to a leading organic certifier. OF&G, one of the largest organic control bodies in the U… Calls for extension of Countryside Stewardship deadline The CLA is asking Defra to extend the application window for Expressions of Intent for higher tier Countryside Stewardship agreements by one month.

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Rural areas may miss out in ‘universal’ superfast broadband pledge People living and working in isolated rural areas may miss out on taxpayer-funded broadband despite a Government pledge to roll-out “universal” superfast speeds, the UK minister responsible for the telecoms sector has warned.

Ed Vaizey told a gath… Triticale is a valuable second crop, research shows Triticale is capable of competing with wheat in terms of both yield and profitability, especially as a second cereal, a report funded by AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds has concluded. Research results suggest that triticale provides a £27 per hectare adva… Difficult year predicted for egg producers despite optimism for egg consumption Lion Eggs chief Andrew Joret fears the next year could be a difficult one for egg producers, although he is optimistic about continued growth in consumption. Andrew says fierce competition between supermarkets has seen retail prices falling, packe… Pulled pork campaign shortlisted for marketing award The levy funded body which represents the interests of pig farmers and producers in England, AHDB Pork, has for the first time been shortlisted for a Marketing Week award. The annual Marketing Week Awards are widely accepted by marketing agencies … India PM launches online farmer trading portal to help boost low incomes Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for scientific methods in agriculture to increase farming incomes and make the country self sufficient. He was speaking yesterday while launching an electronic trading portal, eNAM for farmers to sell… Cereal crop growth surge demands strong regulation Cereal crops checked by the cold start to spring, are expected to leap forward with the onset of warmer weather and rising soil temperatures. South West Agronomy’s, Stephen Harrison, advocates a strong PGR programme now, to help give high yielding… Website:

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CNN:TopStories For GOP nomination, every rule and procedure is hotly contested Apr 18, 2016 12:59AM Top party members spar Apr 18, 2016 12:48AM Fla. reminds Cruz of slog ahead Apr 17, 2016 10:32PM If Wyoming’s victory and a strong showing in Georgia boosted the morale among Ted Cruz supporters on Saturday, Florida proves a reminder that it’s going to be a tough fight to wrest the Republican presidential nomination from front-runner Donald Trump.

Cruz sweeps Wyoming convention Apr 17, 2016 06:36PM It’s a Ted Cruz sweep in Wyoming.

Popular: Radical Islam in America | Graham Opposes Republican Leader | Guns in America Freed man: ‘I knew I was innocent’ Apr 17, 2016 10:54PM Brazil’s lower house: Impeach Pres.

Apr 17, 2016 10:55PM U.S. Defense Secretary travels to Iraq Apr 18, 2016 01:31AM U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has arrived in Iraq for a series of meetings, including with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and top U.S. military commanders.

Carter will also hold a Q&A session with troops stationed in the country, and an official traveling with Carter said that the U.S. will bring in additional, “more aggressive” resources to Iraq.

Hundreds killed in coastal quake Apr 17, 2016 05:37PM Drone hits plane headed to London?

Apr 17, 2016 08:49PM A drone apparently struck a plane headed into London’s Heathrow Airport on Sunday, Metropolitan Police said.

Arabic-speaking man kicked off flight Apr 17, 2016 07:56PM One day, Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was proudly asking the U.N.

secretary-general a question. The next, he was booted from a Southwest flight and questioned by the FBI.

Recent podcasts: Sanders Demands Clinton Apologize | Guns in America | Radical Islam in America ‘SNL’ mocks Bernie Sanders Apr 17, 2016 02:50PM Politics meets a show about nothing, as”Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David and actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus reunite on “Saturday Night Live.” Website:

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Child brides smuggled into China Apr 17, 2016 10:56PM Vietnamese girls are being drugged, tricked and trafficked into China, where they are sold as child brides.

Opinion: Comedian may help beat ISIS Apr 17, 2016 11:05PM Bono is right, comedy is one weapon that would help in countering ISIS, says Dean Obeidallah Lawsuit: Cuba cruise discriminates Apr 17, 2016 10:32PM When Carnival Corp. announced plans for a cruise ship from its Fathom line to sail from Miami to Havana in May, Francisco Marty jumped at the opportunity to surprise his kids with a trip back to their native land.

Candidate jokes about gang rape?

Apr 17, 2016 11:01PM Philippines presidential hopeful Rodrigo Duterte has refused to apologize after his controversial comments on gang rape.

Actress faces court over dog smuggling Apr 17, 2016 11:11PM Actress Amber Heard has plead guilty in a dog smuggling trial, appearing in an Australian court Monday to answer to allegations she failed to properly declare her two Yorkshire terriers when entering the country.

Popular: Guns in America | Sanders Demands Clinton Apologize | Blindsided: How ISIS Shook The World ‘Boaty McBoatface’ wins poll Apr 17, 2016 10:53PM The internet has spoken — and “RRS Boaty McBoatface” is the people’s choice to name a $300 million state-of-the-art polar research ship.

Blizzard in spring? Oh, Denver Apr 17, 2016 05:55PM Colorado is living up to its reputation as state with a wild side — for weather, that is.

Singer and model welcome baby Apr 17, 2016 05:13PM See which celebrities are expecting additions to their families.

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Going out of business: 57-year-old Sport Chalet Apr 16, 2016 03:22PM Read full story for latest details.

Podcast favorites: Blindsided: How ISIS Shook The World | Bernie gets the Axe | Guns in America Oil sinks after top producers fail to reach deal on output freeze Apr 16, 2016 07:52AM Apr 17, 2016 09:29PM The producers and actors of the Broadway sensation “Hamilton” shook hands Friday on an agreement that will dole out a share of the profits to original cast members who were involved in the show’s development, according to the actors’ lawyer.

Amazon Prime goes monthly in new challenge to Netflix Cyndi Lauper’s concert in Raleigh, North Carolina, will be a night to remember.

in 2015 Apr 15, 2016 02:55PM lady Michelle Obama released their 2015 tax returns deal on production freeze Apr 17, 2016 01:04PM Pope Francis and Bernie marathon negotiating session on Sunday without Sanders want a ‘moral failure that could spook investors and send economy.’ What is it?

Apr 15, 2016 01:50PM Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ “Man is not in charge today, money is in charge, money rules.” stampedes to huge $103.6

more direct aim at Netflix.

Apr 15, 2016 09:07PM Medical marijuana now legal mysteries in the “Star Wars” universe.

in 24 states CBS head Les Moonves’ legalize medical marijuana.

Apr 16, 2016 07:13AM Apr 17, 2016 10:19AM most films were saying about the box office numbers candidacy Apr 15, 2016 01:35PM China official: Donald Trump Apr 17, 2016 04:18PM spending?

derail his campaign for the White House.

Podcast favorites: Bernie gets the Axe | Radical Islam in America | Graham Opposes GOP Leader becoming a sore point in the U.S.

Apr 17, 2016 02:39PM money for LGBT group Lewandowski to “blow up” into a big story.

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A top China official has weighed in on one of the biggest headlines of the U.S. presidential race: Donald Trump’s Democrats’ ‘battle in the two countries.

Brooklyn’ drew 5.6 million Jack Lew nears decision to keep Hamilton on front of $10 Apr 16, 2016 04:59PM this week that Alexander Hamilton’s face will remain Game in North Carolina for Andrew Jackson on the face of the $20 bill, a senior Apr 15, 2016 02:44PM The NBA said Friday it is not currently planning to move the 2017 Website:

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Reliance Industries to shut Jamnagar crude unit in May for maintenance Apr 17, 2016 09:32PM NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Reliance Industries , operator of In need of cash, India chases crude unit from May 1 for three weeks of maintenance, $117 billion in elusive back Apr 17, 2016 11:26PM Malinga out of IPL reports from tax collectors and has set a date for an amnesty to pay off arrears on undeclared domestic assets, as the government intensifies efforts to meet its Indian manufacturers as they grapple with under-utilised factories and towering debts, putting pressure on Prime Minister Narenda Modi to count on government spending instead of versions of its classic animated features.


Shaken Ecuador hunts for survivors amid 7.8 quake debris Apr 18, 2016 12:48AM PEDERNALES, Ecuador (Reuters) - Traumatized Ecuadoreans slept amid rubble while rescuers dug for survivors on Monday after an earthquake smashed the Andean nation’s coastal region, killing at least 272 people and flattening resort towns.

India’s wholesale prices fall for 17th straight month in March Apr 18, 2016 12:43AM Reuters:TopNews NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India’s wholesale prices fell for a 17th straight month in March, declining by an annual 0.85 percent, driven down by tumbling prices of oil and manufactured goods, government data showed on Monday.

Saudi-Iran tensions scupper deal to freeze oil output Apr 17, 2016 10:02PM DOHA (Reuters) - A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non-OPEC producers fell apart on Sunday after Saudi Arabia demanded that Iran join in despite calls on Riyadh to save the agreement and help prop up crude prices.

In crushing defeat, Brazil’s Rousseff moves close to impeachment Apr 18, 2016 12:49AM BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil’s leftist President Dilma Rousseff suffered a humiliating loss in a crucial impeachment vote in the lower house of Congress on Sunday and is almost certain to be forced from office months before the nation hosts the Olympics.

Japan quake rattles markets as factories shut; survivors queue for food Apr 17, 2016 10:22PM TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese share market plunged 3 percent on Monday after a series of earthquakes measuring up to 7.3 magnitude struck a southern manufacturing hub, killing at least 42 people and forcing major companies to close factories.


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Reuters:BusinessNews Botched Doha deal undermines OPEC credibility, oil prices tumble Apr 18, 2016 01:18AM SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices tumbled on Monday after a meeting by major exporters in Qatar collapsed without an agreement to freeze output, leaving the credibility of the OPEC producer cartel in tatters and the world awash with unwanted fuel.

Asian shares skid, crude tumbles after Doha deal fails Apr 18, 2016 12:18AM TOKYO (Reuters) - Tumbling crude oil futures knocked Asian shares on Monday after producers’ talks failed to agree on a plan to curb the global supply glut, while Tokyo stocks skidded as investors assessed the impact of a devastating earthquake in southwestern Japan.

Exclusive: Chevron puts Myanmar gas block stakes worth $1.3 billion up for sale - sources Apr 18, 2016 12:07AM HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - U.S. oil and gas major Chevron Corp has put all of its Myanmar gas block stakes up for sale, which at a combined likely valuation of $1.3 billion, would be the biggest deal involving Myanmar assets to date, financial sources familiar with the matter said.

EU’s Vestager says looking closely at Google’s Android Apr 18, 2016 01:42AM AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Europe’s antitrust chief said on Monday that she was looking closely at Google’s deals with phone makers and operators, concerned that conditions related to its popular Android mobile operating system may be restricting competition.

How a boardroom feud left Brazilian steel giant on the brink Apr 17, 2016 11:18PM CUBATAO, Brazil (Reuters) - On a warm September morning in 2014, the 10-man board of Brazilian steelmaker Usiminas met on the ninth floor of a blue glass tower in Sao Paulo.

BHP CEO Mackenzie says Brexit would lead to lost decade of damaging uncertainty Apr 18, 2016 01:23AM LONDON (Reuters) - BHP Billiton Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie said on Monday that businesses could face a decade of damaging uncertainty if Britain voted to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum.

Saudi-Iran tensions scupper deal to freeze oil output Apr 17, 2016 02:08PM DOHA (Reuters) - A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non-OPEC producers fell apart on Sunday after Saudi Arabia demanded that Iran join in despite calls on Riyadh to save the agreement and help prop up crude prices.

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DUBAI (Reuters) - When Dubai businesswoman Negin Fattahi-Dasmal opened the first branch of her luxurious nail salon chain in Iran this year, it was met with both excitement and scepticism among image-conscious young Iranians.

Chinese official calls Trump ‘irrational’ on trade Apr 17, 2016 09:21PM WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei criticized Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, calling him “an irrational type” due to his proposal that tariffs on imported Chinese goods be increased to up to 45 percent.

Greece considers proposal to unblock bailout review talks Apr 17, 2016 01:22PM ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece is considering adopting measures proposed by EU institutions now and agreeing to implement additional reforms if it misses its 2018 bailout targets, in an effort to unlock new bailout loans, a government official said on Sunday.


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FinancialTimes:BusinessAm ericas How to fix broken Brazil after Rousseff Apr 17, 2016 10:58PM Hope must be that the country seizes the moment for catharsis Brazil congress votes to impeach Rousseff Apr 17, 2016 08:57PM Decision in favour of political trial throws country into new era of turmoil Brazil braces for political showdown Apr 15, 2016 03:32PM Legislators vote on Sunday whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff Pessimism pervades ahead of Cuba congress Apr 15, 2016 03:38AM A month after Obama’s historic visit disenchantment over reforms is setting in What vote on Rousseff’s impeachment means Apr 13, 2016 09:48AM Country could enter uncharted territory if president refuses to accept result Attempts to impeach Rousseff turn messy Apr 13, 2016 04:10AM Brazil’s president is desperately trying to cling to power, writes John Paul Rathbone Prosecutors raid Panama Papers law firm Apr 13, 2016 12:05AM Newly created organised crime unit investigates whether law firm was used for illicit activity Argentina flags up bond sale risks Apr 12, 2016 09:39AM Marketing material lists risks as Argentina prepares a multibillion-dollar return to the bond market Push to oust Brazil’s Rousseff clears hurdle Apr 11, 2016 09:28PM Congressional committee vote brings impeachment one step closer Paris and Berlin urge tax-haven blacklist Apr 11, 2016 12:07PM Tough response to Panama Papers leak aimed at territories breaching transparency rules Brazilians grow weary of the walking dead Apr 11, 2016 04:06AM The country’s political system suffers from a crisis of legitimacy Panama aims for calm amid offshore heat Website:

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Apr 8, 2016 06:47AM Mossack Fonseca revelations fail to dent philosophical spirit in Central American nation Panama leaks spur Argentina graft claims Apr 7, 2016 11:57AM Shell companies were set up for an associate of the Kirchners, the former leaders Brazil vice-president faces impeachment Apr 5, 2016 04:19PM Supreme Court adds to upheaval with order for congress to open proceedings against Michel Temer Panama Papers dismissed as ‘witch hunt’ Apr 5, 2016 12:52AM ‘More dirty money in New York and London,’ Ramón Fonseca tells FT in interview Panama faces pressure to come into fold Apr 4, 2016 12:22PM Leak will test resolve to resist worldwide push for tax transparency MPs shone spotlight on Mossack Fonseca Apr 4, 2016 11:55AM Secretive low-profile firm and its activities thrust into the headlines Kremlin rejects Panama leaks Apr 4, 2016 09:07AM US accused of whipping up ‘Putinophobia’ to discredit Vladimir Putin Panama Papers: what we know so far Apr 4, 2016 02:39AM Data leak shines light on secret offshore companies allegedly used to hide wealth and evade taxes Panama leak highlights elite’s use of tax havens Apr 3, 2016 06:27PM Release of documents reverberates from Putin’s inner circle to Iceland and Fifa Website:

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Forbes:HeadLines OPEC And Russia Fail To Stabilise Oil Output And Prices Over Iran Objections Apr 18, 2016 01:59AM Fortunately oil is rather less important as a driver of the global economy than it used to be: everyone is becoming more sparing, more parsimonious, in their use of the stuff. The oil producing nations thus have less power over the rest of us than they did when we were […] Satellite Showrooms Spell Success For Locals At Shanghai Fashion Week 2016 Apr 18, 2016 01:35AM Chinese designer Xiao Li (a member of Forbes Asia 30 under 30 list) presents her collection at Tube Showroom during Shanghai Fashion Week. Photo courtesy of Tube Showroom Shanghai Fashion Week (SFW) concluded on Saturday after a nine-day whirlwind of catwalks, presentations and trade shows that reinforced the global appeal of […] Excellent News: Rural India Is Growing, Slowly, But Growing Apr 18, 2016 01:20AM It was Adam Smith who insisted that the only purpose of production was consumption and Frederic Bastiat who took the point further to insist that we must always look at any economic question from the point of view of consumption. We should, of course, follow in the footsteps of such […] Asia Pacific Online Video Revenues Predicted To Hit $35 Billion In Five Years Apr 18, 2016 01:17AM Driven largely by China, online video revenues across 14 markets in Asia Pacific are projected to rocket from $12.8 billion last year to $35 billion by 2021, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22%, according to a new report. Media Partners Asia’s Asia Pacific Online Video Distribution report also forecasts […] Groupthink: 7 Steps To Prevent Disastrous Decisions Apr 18, 2016 01:00AM When you’re the new boss, it feels great to have employees agree with your decisions. But, agreement isn’t always a good thing, as one of my clients found out.

“John” was new in his director-level role and needed to quickly assess several situations and make some decisions. During one meeting in […] How To Start A Publication From Scratch Apr 18, 2016 01:00AM I’ve been traveling for nearly two years now and I am constantly discovering new places thanks to other travelers sharing their experiences. One of the ways I was discovering interesting travelers is an online publication called How I Travel.

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Apr 18, 2016 12:59AM The Wang clan got into China’s airlineindustryback in 1991 by operating charter flights at a time when the country’s economy and airline industry were a fraction oftheir current size. A decade and a half later,theWangs amongare among the biggest private-sector winners from a boom that has made Chinaone of the […] Feds Paid $600K To Learn Why People Cheat IRS On Their Taxes. That’s Why.

Apr 18, 2016 12:39AM No one likes paying taxes, but spending $600K to find out why people cheat? Are stupid wastes of money a reason people cheat?

India’s Vijay Scores New Personal Record With Excellent ‘Theri’ Debut Apr 17, 2016 11:29PM The 131 million rupees ‘Theri’ minted in South India beat Vijay’s previous opening day best of 125 million rupees earned by ‘Kaththi’ in 2014.

The World’s Highest-Paid Actors 2015 Apr 17, 2016 11:29PM Saudi Arabia’s Threat To Sell Off $750 Billion Of US Assets Over 9/11 Bill Is Pretty Empty Really Apr 17, 2016 11:20PM Even among governments $750 billion is real money. But this, well, I suppose we should call it a, threat that Saudi Arabia would sell of $750 billion of US assets if a certain bill passes Congress isn’t all that much of a threat. Yes, indeed, it’s a large amount of […] Ex-Motorcycle Repairman Becomes China’s Latest Billionaire After New Listing Soars Apr 17, 2016 11:19PM Former motorcycle repairman Li Gaiteng has become China’s latest billionaire after shares in appliance maker he controls soared on the company’s debut at the Shanghai Stock Exchange today. Shares in Li-chaired Shanghai Flyco Electrical Appliance rose by their 44% daily upper limit in early trading.The company sold 43.6 million shares at […] Should Millennials Delay Retirement Savings in Order to Travel the World?

Apr 17, 2016 10:50PM Millennials get a bad rap for putting instant gratification and once-in-a-lifetime experiences ahead of their own futures. As a generation saddled with debt and facing tough employment prospects, they’re regularly chastised for failing to save enough for their futures. Maybe we’re all just a bit jealous. As much as the YOLO lifestyle […] United States Artists Announces $20 Million Endowment Campaign Apr 17, 2016 10:00PM In 2006, in response to the decline in unrestricted funding to artists, the Ford, Rockefeller, Rasmuson and Prudential Foundations started an organization called United States Artists with $22 million in seed funding to help fund creative projects across the country. Over the past decade, the organization has distributed $21 million […] Back-End Profits In Prospect For Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Fan’ Apr 17, 2016 09:59PM Shah Rukh Khan in the title role in ‘Fan’ (Photo courtesy of Yash Raj Films) Bollywood superstar Website:

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Shah Rukh Khan has revealed he does not demand upfront fees for acting in films and that he asks producers to pay him fees when the films perform well. So ‘King Khan’ can probably expect […] Kano’s Got The Computer Any Kid Can Build, Anywhere Apr 17, 2016 09:27PM They set out with a mission to enable any kid to build their own computer from a lego-like kit, now for Kano the next step is to make sure children across Asia have that access – an interesting endeavor considering the impact the concept could have – especially on an enormous Indian youth demographic.

Stocks Decline on Crude Oil News: Options Traders Seek Strategies to Short Stocks Through E-Minis and SPY Apr 17, 2016 09:27PM At we seek to assist traders and investors in finding the best value for meeting their investment goals. Understanding the dynamics of pricing structure enables you to offset some of your equity exposure through the use of derivatives, specifically Options on the E-mini Futures Contracts or SPY (SPDR S&P […] Innovation Starts — And Ends — With Mindset Apr 17, 2016 09:26PM We love to talk about disrupting markets and industries, but rarely put forth the effort to disrupt ourselves. That requires and change in mindset and, for most of us, it’s just too hard.

Innovation Is Not About Digital, It’s About Culture Apr 17, 2016 08:25PM AFP Ina Fassbender Getty Images Companies can outsource innovation. They can launch accelerators, incubators and hackathons. They can even invest in startups with options to own the company down the road.

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direction. Then in a moment of organized chaos, pedestrians pour in from all directions, moving not just in a linear pattern across zebra crossings, but diagonally too.

How Many Times Will Nikkei Issue Same Negative Spin On Apple Production?

Apr 15, 2016 01:08PM continues with negative Apple spin yet again Investors Lose When Executive Compensation Goes Awry Apr 15, 2016 12:57PM When executives compensation incentives are not aligned with creating shareholder value, you risk having executives whose goals are not aligned with investors. The consequences of such misalignment are behavior like what we have seen with Valeant Pharmaceuticals.

Silver Is the Market To Watch Next Week As Prices Up 17.6% On The Year Apr 15, 2016 12:55PM Despite a strong start at the beginning of the week, gold prices have ended the week in negative territory. To add insult to injury, the yellow metal is no longer the best performing precious metal as silver now claims that title.

Top Cyber News: Massive Election Hack, FDIC Data Breach, $100 Million Startups Apr 15, 2016 12:42PM The top 10 cybersecurity stories from around the world.

BATS Exorcises IPO Demons, Finally Goes Public In Biggest Offering Of 2016 Apr 15, 2016 12:36PM In a vacuum Bats has a great IPO.

Friday Sector Leaders: Utilities, Materials Apr 15, 2016 12:35PM The best performing sector as of midday Friday is the Utilities sector, higher by 0.7%. Within that group, NRG Energy Inc (NYSE: NRG) and Edison International (NYSE: EIX) are two of the day’s stand-outs, showing a gain of 2.2% and 1.4%, respectively. Among utilities ETFs, one ETF following the sector is the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (AMEX: XLU), which is up 0.7% on the day, and up 13.93% year-to-date. NRG Energy Inc, meanwhile, is up 16.86% year-to-date, and Edison International is up 20.81% year-to-date. Combined, NRG and EIX make up approximately 4.5% of the underlying holdings of XLU.

Friday Sector Laggards: Energy, Healthcare Apr 15, 2016 12:35PM Looking at the sectors faring worst as of midday Friday, shares of Energy companies are underperforming other sectors, showing a 1.0% loss. Within the sector, Marathon Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: MPC) and National Oilwell Varco Inc (NYSE: NOV) are two of the day’s laggards, showing a loss of 4.0% and 3.6%, respectively.

Among energy ETFs, one ETF following the sector is the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (AMEX: XLE), which is down 1.2% on the day, and up 6.24% year-to-date. Marathon Petroleum Corp., meanwhile, is down 26.36% year-to-date, and National Oilwell Varco Inc, is down 15.74% year-to-date. Combined, MPC and NOV make up approximately 2.7% of the underlying holdings of XLE.


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UPI:BusinessNews UPI Almanac for Monday, April 18, 2016 Apr 18, 2016 01:30AM By United Press International On April 18, 1942, Lt. Col. James Doolittle led a squadron of B-25 bombers in a surprise raid against Tokyo in response to the Japanese sneak attack against Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Drone hits plane landing at London’s Heathrow airport Apr 17, 2016 09:44PM Shawn Price LONDON, April 17 (UPI) — A plane allegedly hit a drone as it came in for a landing at London’s Heathrow Airport, Metropolitian Police said.

Brie Larson and Alicia Keys booked for May 7 edition of ‘SNL’ Apr 17, 2016 08:13PM Karen Butler NEW YORK, April 17 (UPI) — Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson is to guest host the May 7 edition of “Saturday Night Live,” NBC announced.

Study: Generic hepatitis C drugs as effective as brand names Apr 17, 2016 06:43PM HealthDay News Low-cost generic antiviral drugs are as effective and safe as more expensive brand-name drugs in treating people with hepatitis C, researchers report.

Getting active after knee replacement might raise hip fracture risk Apr 17, 2016 06:35PM HealthDay News There could be a downside to knee replacement: As people get more active, their odds for hip and spinal fractures rise, a new study suggests.

Sunscreen delays melanoma in mice, researchers say Apr 17, 2016 06:15PM HealthDay News Applying 30 SPF sunscreen to mice before they were exposed to ultraviolet-B (UVB) radiation delayed the development of melanoma, researchers report.

Hollande prepares to sign $1B arms deal with Egypt Apr 17, 2016 01:58PM UPI Staff PARIS, April 17 (UPI) — French President Francois Hollande is set to sign an arms deal with Egypt worth more than $1 billion following months of negotiations.

OPEC meeting fails to reach production freeze Apr 17, 2016 01:31PM Ed Adamczyk DOHA , Qatar, April 17 (UPI) — A schism between Saudi Arabia and Iran over oil production ended a meeting of OPEC and other oil-producing countries Sunday to establish a production freeze.


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Thousands in Belgium march against hate, anger Apr 17, 2016 01:09PM UPI Staff BRUSSELS, April 17 (UPI) — Thousands marched in Brussels Sunday “against terror and hate,” including some caught up in the suicide bomb attacks on Belgium’s airport and metro station.

Ancient Roman villa uncovered in British backyard Apr 17, 2016 12:57PM Ed Adamczyk TISBURY, England, April 17 (UPI) — The remains of an ancient Roman villa were unearthed in England by a homeowner laying underground electric cables.

Brazil’s lower house votes to impeach President Rousseff Apr 17, 2016 12:42PM UPI staff BRASILIA, Brazil, April 17 (UPI) — Brazil’s lower house has approved the motion to impeach Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, as voting continues.

Supreme Court takes up Obama immigration policy Apr 17, 2016 12:11PM UPI Staff WASHINGTON, April 17 (UPI) — The Supreme Court takes up the last major case of the Obama era, whether he can offer work permits to 4 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally for years.

Thousands of Chicago teachers prepare for strike Apr 17, 2016 11:42AM Ed Adamczyk CHICAGO, April 17 (UPI) — The Chicago Teachers Union is on a trajectory to a strike after rejecting an arbiter’s recommendation on a proposed four-year contract.

New polio vaccine rolled out worldwide Apr 17, 2016 11:03AM UPI Staff GENEVA, Switzerland, April 17 (UPI) — As many as 155 countries rolled out a new polio vaccine worldwide in an effort to eradicate the crippling disease.

Chris Rock blasts ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Apr 17, 2016 10:58AM Karen Butler NEW YORK, April 17 (UPI) — Comedian Chris Rock has no kind words to say about the recent blockbuster “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Alleged shooter of Maryland firefighters released after questioning Apr 17, 2016 10:41AM Ed Adamczyk TEMPLE HILLS , Md., April 17 (UPI) — A man who allegedly killed a firefighter and critically injured another after they forcibly entered his home was released from police custody.

Chrissy Teigen gives birth to a daughter, names her Luna Apr 17, 2016 10:41AM Karen Butler LOS ANGELES, April 17 (UPI) — Model and television personality Chrissy Teigen announced via Instagram she has given birth to her first child, a daughter.

Russian jet barrel rolls over U.S. reconnaissance aircraft Apr 17, 2016 10:40AM UPI Staff WASHINGTON, April 17 (UPI) — A Russian fighter jet barrel-rolled over a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft over the Baltic Sea earlier this week.


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Apr 17, 2016 10:23AM Karen Butler LOS ANGELES, April 17 (UPI) — Disney’s latest incarnation of “The Jungle Book” is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $103.6

million in receipts, Rentrak announced Sunday.

‘Seinfeld’ collaborators Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus appear on ‘SNL’ Apr 17, 2016 09:53AM Karen Butler NEW YORK, April 17 (UPI) — Emmy Award-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus reprised her iconic “Seinfeld” role of Elaine Benes on this weekend’s edition of “Saturday Night Live.” Website:

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Magazine:Time In Quake-Devastated Ecuador, Loss Piles Up Amid the Rubble Apr 18, 2016 01:48AM PORTOVIEJO, Ecuador (AP) — It was supposed to be a family reunion to celebrate a young relative’s start of college. But the gathering ended in tragedy when a collapsing building crushed 17-year-old Sayira Quinde, her mother, father and toddler brother in their rusting Chevy Blazer.

A grief stricken aunt, Johana Estupinan, now is making the longest journey of her life in a funeral hearse to the town of Esmeraldas, where she will bury her loved ones and break the news of the loss to her sister’s three now orphaned children.

As Ecuador digs out from its strongest earthquake in decades, tales of devastating loss are everywhere amid the rubble. The 7.8-magnitude earthquake left a trail of ruin along Ecuador’s normally placid Pacific Ocean coast, buckling highways, knocking down an air traffic control tower and flattening homes and buildings. At least 262 people died, including two Canadians, and thousands are homeless.

Portoviejo, a provincial capital of nearly 300,000, was among the hardest hit, with the town’s mayor reporting at least 100 deaths.

The Quinde family drove there from their home hours north up the coast to drop off Sayira at Estupinan’s house a week before she was to start classes at a public university on a scholarship to study medicine.

“She was my favorite niece,” Estupinan said, emotionally torn apart after waiting at the city’s morgue for hours. “I thought I was getting a daughter for the six years it was going to take her to earn a degree.” “I never thought my life would be destroyed in a minute,” she added.

Estupinan watched as her loved ones were loaded onto a truck-sized hearse for the nighttime drive, the three older ones in dark mahogany coffins and 8-month-old Matias in a casket painted white. “It was supposed to be a short moment of family happiness but it converted into a tragedy,” she said.

She hoped to bury her relatives in Esmeraldas on Monday, but devastation there is also severe and she worried about whether the hearse could make it along roads torn apart by the quake.

The Saturday night quake knocked out power in many parts along the coast and residents who fled to higher ground fearing a tsunami had no home to return to, or feared structures still standing might collapse. With makeshift shelters in short supply, many hunkered down to spend a second straight night outdoors huddled among neighbors.

President Rafael Correa, who cut short a trip to the Vatican, flew directly to the city of Manta from Rome to oversee relief efforts.

Even before touching Ecuadorean soil he signed a decree declaring a national emergency. Speaking from Portoviejo late Sunday he said the earthquake was the worst natural disaster to hit Ecuador since a 1949 earthquake in the Andean city of Ambato, which took over 5,000 lives.

“Our grief is very large, the tragedy is very large, but we’ll find the way to move forward,” Correa said. “If our pain is immense, still larger is the spirt of our people.” As rescuers scrambled through the ruins near the epicenter, in some cases digging with their hands to look for survivors, humanitarian aid began trickling in. More than 3,000 packages of food and nearly 8,000 sleeping kits were being delivered Sunday.

Correa’s ally, Venezuela, and neighboring Colombia, where the quake was also felt, organized airlifts. Mexico and Chile sent teams of rescuers.

“For god’s sake help me find my family,” pleaded Manuel Quijije, 27, standing next to a wrecked building in Portoviejo. He said his older brother, Junior, was trapped under a pile of twisted steel and concrete with two relatives.

“We managed to see his arms and legs. They’re his, they’re buried, but the police kicked us out because they say there’s a risk the rest of the building will collapse,” Quijije said angrily as he looked on the ruins cordoned off by police. “We’re not afraid. We’re desperate. We want to pull out our family.” Correa said the death toll was likely to rise because many people remain unaccounted for, though he said there was evidence some survivors remain alive under the rubble. More than 2,500 people are injured.

On social media, Ecuadoreans celebrated a video of a baby girl being pulled from beneath a collapsed home in Manta.

But fear was also spreading of another night of looting after 180 prisoners from a jail near Portoviejo escaped amid the tumult.

Authorities said some 20 inmates were recaptured and some others returned voluntarily, sensing that life on the outside was just as deprived.

Seeking security from any unrest, about 400 residents of Portoviejo gathered Sunday night on the tarmac of the city’s former airport, where authorities handed out water, mattresses and food. The airport was closed in 2011 and flights diverted to a larger facility in nearby Manta after Correa kicked out a U.S. drug interdiction operation stationed there.

Shantytowns and cheaply constructed brick and concrete homes were reduced to rubble along the quake’s path. In the coastal town of Chamanga, authorities estimated than 90 percent of homes had damage, while in Guayaquil a shopping center’s roof fell in and a collapsed highway overpass crushed a car, killing the driver.

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fell onto the Quinde family’s car, the six-story social security building is a pile of debris. Downed power cables were strewn across the street.

“The situation is heart-rending,” Jaime Ugalde, editor of El Diario, the city’s most-important newspaper, said as he surveyed the damage. “I’m going to return home and hug my wife and two kids.

We’re the lucky ones. We’re alive.” ___ Associated Press writers Joshua Goodman and Jacobo Garcia in Bogota, Colombia; Dolores Ochoa in Pedernales, Ecuador; and Gonzalo Solano in Quito, Ecuador, contributed to this report.

South Korea Says the North Is Preparing for Another Nuclear Test Apr 18, 2016 01:41AM Foreign experts said that a fifth test could put North Korean scientists and engineers a step closer toward a goal of manufacturing a warhead small enough to place on a long-range missile that could reach the U.S. mainland.

South Korean defense officials say North Korea currently does not have a reliable intercontinental ballistic missile, although it has made strides in its weapons development programs in recent years.

Last Friday, a North Korean missile launch meant to celebrate the birthday of Kim Il Sung, North Korea’s founder and Kim Jong Un’s late grandfather, ended in failure, according to U.S. officials. South Korean media reports said the failed missile was a new, powerful mid-range missile that could theoretically place U.S.

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Calls for More Aid for Japan Quake Zone as Toll Rises to 42 Dead Apr 18, 2016 01:33AM SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s president said Monday that there are signs that North Korea is preparing for a fifth nuclear bomb test amid reports of increased activity at the country’s main nuclear test site.

In a regular meeting with her top adviser, President Park Geun-hye said that North Korea could carry out such a test to try to bolster morale as the country deals with tough international sanctions imposed after it conducted a fourth nuclear test and a long-range rocket launch earlier this year.

Park didn’t elaborate on what signs pointed to another nuclear test, but ordered the military to be ready to deal with any provocation by Pyongyang, according to media pool reports on the first part of the meeting posted on the website of her office.

Speculation about a fifth nuclear test increased last month when the North’s state media cited leader Kim Jong Un as ordering a test of a nuclear warhead and ballistic missiles capable of carrying warheads.

Kim’s order came amid rising animosity with South Korea and the United States over their annual military drills that North Korea describes as an invasion rehearsal. The drills are set to run until next week.

Analysts say an atomic test could happen before North Korea holds a landmark ruling Workers’ Party congress in early May so that Kim can burnish his image as a powerful leader at home and further cement his grip on power.

South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said Monday that South Korean and U.S. authorities detected two to three times more vehicle and personnel activities than normal this month at the North’s northeast Punggye-ri nuclear test site — where all previous four bomb tests took place.

A U.S. website that monitors sensitive sites in North Korea said Friday that it saw further signs from satellite imagery that the North was looking to produce more plutonium for nuclear weapons at its main Nyongbyon nuclear complex, north of Pyongyang.

Earlier last week, the website 38 North said recent satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri area showed little evidence that Pyongyang was planning a nuclear test, though it added that the country may be able to carry out a test on short notice.

(MINAMIASO, Japan) — The U.S. military prepared to join relief efforts Monday in disaster-stricken areas of southern Japan as authorities struggled to feed and care for tens of thousands of people who sought shelter after two powerful earthquakes that killed at least 42 people.

Ten people remained missing, and rescuers were redoubling search efforts on the southern island of Kyushu, where many areas were cut off by landslides and road and bridge damage. Forecasts for heavy rains, which would make land and collapsed buildings even more unstable, added to the urgency of the searches.

Toyota Motor Corp. said it would shut down most of its vehicle production in Japan over the course of this week because of parts shortages stemming from the earthquakes. Nissan Motor Co. also halted production at some facilities.

With 180,000 people seeking shelter, some evacuees said that food distribution was a meager two rice balls for dinner.

“We are doing our best,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told lawmakers when challenged by the opposition over the government’s handling of the relief effort. “We are striving to improve living conditions for the people who have sought refuge.” “Today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, we will be working toward a full recovery,” Abe said.

Gradually some roads were being reopened, and older men in security guard uniforms were helping to direct traffic in the drizzly weather.

U.S. Forces, Japan, said troops were preparing to provide aerial support for Japan’s relief efforts. The U.S. has major Air Force, Navy and Marine bases in Japan, and stations about 50,000 troops in the country.

Many whose homes were not seriously damaged sought shelter as the area was rocked by more than 500 aftershocks from two big quakes that struck late Thursday night and in the early hours of Saturday.

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said Megumi Kudo, 51, standing in a line for water outside a community center in Aso city. “We can’t take a bath, not even a shower.” Kudo came with his wife and a 12-year-old daughter, carrying several empty gallon-size plastic containers to get water while his 80-year-old mother waited at home. “It’s better to be prepared than sorry, as we learned the hard way,” he said.

His house survived, despite major roof damage, but like many, the family was sleeping in their cars.

A few blocks away, 75-year-old Tokio Miyamoto said he was wary of sleeping alone in his house, so he was lugging his futon bedding every evening to an evacuation center. “It’s a hassle, but it’s too scary to be alone,” he said.

Miyamoto said the evacuation center was short of food, with only a couple of rice balls per meal for each person.

Japanese media said most of those missing were in Minamiaso, a mountain village southwest of 1,592-meter (5,223-foot) Mount Aso, the largest active volcano in Japan. There, dozens of troops, police and other rescue workers were shoveling debris and searching through places where they may have been buried.

A few stretchers were on hand in case anyone was found alive.

Earthquakes on successive nights struck Kumamoto city and the surrounding region late last week. Nine people died in the first earthquake, and 33 in the second. Kumamoto, a city of 740,000, is on Kyushu island.

About 80,000 homes in Kumamoto prefecture still didn’t have electricity Sunday, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said. Japanese media reported earlier that an estimated 400,000 households were without running water.

The areas of Kyushu affected by the quake include technology hubs and other manufacturing, and the disruptions to transport and logistics were expected to ripple through the economy.

Toyota’s shutdown began Monday at a factory in Kyushu and was to progress to other plants in Japan through Friday. The company said resumption of operations would depend on the availability of parts.

Other companies, including Sony, have announced stoppages of some of their factories in Kyushu.

Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi Vows to Amend Junta-Era Constitution Apr 18, 2016 01:12AM (YANGON, Burma) — Burma’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi vowed Monday to push for constitutional amendments to build a true democracy in the Southeast Asian country as it emerges from decades of military control.

Suu Kyi made the comments in a nationally televised address to mark the start of the Buddhist new year, highlighting her hopes for the future and also the difficult tasks ahead for her new government.

“Our policies and principles are to ensure national reconciliation, internal peace, the rule of law, amendments to the constitution and keeping the democratic system dynamic,” she said.

“The constitution needs to be one that will give birth to a genuine democratic union,” she said. “We need constitutional amendments.” Suu Kyi’s power to change the constitution remains hamstrung by the military, which still retains considerable power in government and parliament. But she has repeatedly said the current constitution — written during the era of military rule — must be revised so the country can move forward.

The constitution reserves key ministerial posts in the Cabinet for the military, which heads the Home Ministry, the Defense Ministry and the Border Affairs Ministry.

It also allots 25 percent of the seats in parliament for military officers, ensuring that no government can amend the constitution without the army’s approval. Suu Kyi has been working to build alliances with the military but has reportedly angered the military with her government’s initial acts since taking power two weeks ago.

Suu Kyi’s party, the National League for Democracy, won a landslide victory in November elections, ushering in the country’s first civilian government after 54 years of direct and indirect military rule.

Suu Kyi is the country’s most popular political figure but was unable to become president because of a clause in the constitution that bars anyone with a foreign spouse or child from holding the job.

Her two sons are British, as was her late husband.

To get around that clause, Suu Kyi selected her longtime confidant, Htin Kyaw, to become president. One of his government’s first acts after taking power at the end of March was to give Suu Kyi a newly created position called “state counsellor” which is akin to that of prime minister.

Htin Kyaw’s government has made it a priority to release political prisoners detained during military rule. Prior to the New Year, his administration freed more than 100 political detainees and on Sunday granted amnesty to another 83.

“We will continue to try to release political prisoners, political activists, and students facing trials related to politics,” he said in televised comments Sunday to mark the new year.

Amazon Prime Is Offering Monthly Subscriptions For the First Time Apr 17, 2016 11:03PM Online retail giant Amazon began offering monthly subscriptions for its web streaming service on Sunday, as it seeks to compete directly with online video sites like Netflix and Hulu.

Amazon Prime, the company’s bundle of offerings that also includes a music library and unlimited photo storage, will cost $10.99 a month, CNN Money reports. The bundle was previously only available for a $99 annual fee.

In an apparent direct response to Netflix’s dominance of the online television space, the company will also offer separate monthly subscriptions for Prime Video at $8.99 per month. Netflix, meanwhile, will reportedly increase its monthly fee from $7.99 to $9.99 from May onwards.

Although the annual subscription will still work out to be cheaper, Amazon says it wants to offer customers the option of avoiding a yearlong commitment.


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Watch Beyoncé’s Extended Preview Video for ‘Lemonade’ Apr 17, 2016 10:31PM For the past few months, Beyoncé has been teasing something called “Lemonade.” We’re still in the dark on what it is, exactly — maybe a new album, maybe a new video — but on Sunday night, she teased us once again with a clip posted to Instagram.

It’s a gritty vignette that kind of evokes a Terrence Malick film — ethereal shots of nature, distant voice-overs, etc. — but otherwise doesn’t answer many of our questions. Fortunately, the wait’s nearly over — Beyoncé announced that “Lemonade” will premiere on HBO on April 23 at 9 p.m. E.T.

#LEMONADE premieres on 4.23 9ET | 6PT HBO A video posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Apr 17, 2016 at 5:59pm PDT Amber Heard Pleads Guilty on Australian Quarantine Charges Apr 17, 2016 10:25PM A British Airways Airbus Got Hit By a Suspected Drone While Landing at Heathrow Apr 17, 2016 10:08PM A British Airways flight collided with an object believed to be a drone Sunday as it prepared to land at London’s Heathrow Airport — commonly reckoned the world’s busiest. It is the first ever reported collision between an airliner and a drone, following a series of near-misses in recent months.

Steve Landells, of the British Airline Pilots Association, said such an incident was “only a matter of time,” the BBC reports.

The British Airway Airbus A320 was en route from Geneva and preparing to land in London when the front of the plane struck an unmanned object. The flight landed safely at Heathrow; no arrests were reported.

U.K. regulators said that anyone flying drones close to airports could expect serious penalties.

[BBC] Brazil Lower House Okays Impeaching President, Sending Vote to Senate Apr 17, 2016 09:23PM Actress Amber Heard saw illegal importation charges against her in Australia dropped on Monday, after she pleaded guilty to lying to immigration while bringing her two dogs into the country last year.

Heard and her husband, Hollywood star Johnny Depp, attended the Southport Magistrate’s Court in Queensland on Monday, the BBC reported. The couple also tendered a video apology, uploaded by the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, in which Heard said they were “truly sorry that Pistol and Boo were not declared,” referring to their pair of Yorkshire terriers.

The saga, which became known as the “war on terrier,” began in May 2015 when Heard brought the two dogs into Australia, where Depp was shooting the latest

Pirates of the Caribbean

film. Authorities were only alerted to the animals’ presence, who flew in with Heard on a private jet, when a local dog groomer in Queensland posted a picture of them on social media.

Dogs entering Australia, according to bio-security laws, must spend at least 10 days in quarantine.

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Listen to an Official and Radio Host Argue Over Johnny Depp’s Dogs in the Most Australian Interview Ever The incident soon escalated into a full-blown controversy, with then Agriculture Minister (now Deputy Prime Minister) Barnaby Joyce famously saying it was “time that Pistol and Boo buggered off back to the United States” and that Heard and her husband shouldn’t be exempt from the laws just because of their status as Hollywood royalty.

“If we start letting movie stars … come into our nation, then why don’t we just break the laws for everybody?” Joyce said at the time.

BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Brazil’s lower house of Congress voted late Sunday to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, delivering a major blow to a long-embattled leader who repeatedly argued that the push against her was a “coup.” Rousseff is accused of using accounting tricks in managing the federal budget to maintain spending and shore up support. She has said previous presidents used similar maneuvers and stressed that she has not been charged with any crimes or implicated in any corruption scandals.

However, she failed to secure the support she needed, and more than the necessary two-thirds of lawmakers in the Chamber of Deputies voted to oust her.

“What an honor destiny has reserved for me!” shouted Bruno Araujo, a member of Socialist Democratic Party, upon making the decisive “yes” vote. Both cheers and boos erupted as Araujo waved his arm in the air.

With at least 342 of 513 deputies voting in favor, the measure passed. Several lawmakers had yet to vote, so the final tally could be an even wider victory for the opposition.

The measure now goes to the Senate. If by a simple majority the Senate votes to take it up and put the president on trial, Rousseff will be temporarily suspended.

In that case, Vice President Michel Temer would take on the presidential duties and the Senate would have 180 days to conduct a trial against Rousseff. Senate leader Renan Calheiros has suggested his body would consider the measure within a month, but no date has been set.


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Rousseff has options. She could appeal to the Supreme Federal Tribunal, Brazil’s highest court, on the grounds that the accusations are faulty. She has hinted she might do so.

She could also heavily lobby senators and at the same time use the union muscle of her Worker’s Party to bring thousands to the streets to pressure the Congress.

“This is just beginning,” said Jose Guimaraes, who is a member of the Worker’s Party. “It’s going to be a slow and gradual war that we’ll undertake.” The lower chamber’s decision was the culmination of months of fighting that brought to the surface deep polarization that goes to the heart of daily life Brazil. Impeachment proponents said Rousseff’s budget moves hurt Latin America’s largest economy by hiding deficits and allowing overspending that contributed to its worst recession since the 1930s.

They argued the only way to move beyond the paralysis is to remove Rousseff, the country’s first female president, whose popularity ratings have dropped below 10 percent in recent months.

Government supporters said something much more nefarious was at play: Elites angry about the hold on power of the Worker’s Party the last 13 years saw an opportunity to snatch it back. They repeatedly pointed out, as did Rousseff herself, that some of the biggest proponents of impeachment are facing serious allegations of corruption.

Watchdog groups and political analysts often cite a jaw-dropping tally: About 60 percent of the 594 members of Congress are facing corruption and other charges.

The deepening crisis comes as Brazil grapples with problems on multiple fronts. The economy is contracting, inflation is around 10 percent and an outbreak of the Zika virus, which can cause devastating birth defects, has ravaged parts of northeastern states.

Rio de Janeiro is gearing up to host the Olympics in August, but sharp budget cuts have fueled worries about whether the country will be ready.

Just below the surface throughout the debates in the Chamber of Deputies was the “Car Wash” investigation, a probe into a kickback scheme so vast that dozens of top politicians and businessmen have already been jailed.

While Rousseff herself has not been implicated, the kickbacks at state oil company Petrobras allegedly happened on her watch and that of former President Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva. While many lawmakers and regular citizens blame her for letting the graft happen, many sitting lawmakers are accused in the scandal.

Simone Morgado, a member of the centrist Brazilian Democratic Movement, said impeachment proponents were trying to derail a democratically elected president.

“Given that Dilma didn’t commit any crime, like so many others in this chamber, which has no shame, I’m voting ‘no!’,” she said during the voting, which saw the legislators cast their ballots one by one.

Temer, a 75-year-old with the Brazilian Democratic Movement, a party without any concrete ideology that has a reputation for backroom wheeling and dealing, has tried to cast himself as a statesman above the fray and a unifying force that can heal a scarred nation. Rousseff has called him one of the ring-leaders trying to bring her down.

Temer has been linked to the Petrobras scandal. Also, because he signed off on some of the questioned accounting maneuvers, he could later potentially face impeachment proceedings.

The second in line to replace Rousseff is Eduardo Cunha, the Chamber of Deputies speaker and long-time Rousseff enemy. He is facing money laundering and other charges for allegedly accepting some $5 million in kickbacks in connection with the Petrobras scheme and could also be stripped of office over allegations he lied when he told a congressional committee he didn’t hold any foreign bank accounts. Documents later emerged linking him and his family to Swiss bank accounts.

Under the special legal status afforded to Brazilian legislators and other top politicians, they must be tried by the Supreme Court, largely shielding them from prosecutions.

Political analysts say another big factor in the impeachment push was Rousseff’s inability to wheel and deal. The hand-picked successor of Silva, a once wildly popular leader, Rousseff had never held elective office before the presidency and was frequently out-maneuvered by Cunha and other opponents.

Critics said she comes off as stand-offish and arrogant, and her unwillingness to engage in back-slapping and wooing of opposition leaders cost her as the economy started to decline and she was unable to gather support for reforms.

“Impeachment is the way that the political system found to get rid of an incompetent leader,” said Luciano Dias, a political consultant based in Brasilia.

___ Associated Press writer Jenny Barchfield reported this story in Brasilia and AP writer Mauricio Savarese reported from Rio de Janeiro.

HBO’s Vinyl Was a Major Disappointment: What Went Wrong?

Apr 17, 2016 09:01PM On Sunday night, HBO will launch the sixth season of

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, its most-watched show ever.


boasts a devoted army of fans who’ve spent the past year speculating about the fate of Jon Snow, and enough critical credibility to take the Best Drama Emmy last year — HBO’s first winning show in that category since

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The latest


premiere can’t come soon enough for a network with a great deal of strengths that lately don’t include its drama slate. The diminishing returns provided by


, a period show about the New York recording industry, have been this year’s biggest TV plot twist, and show just how far HBO has to go to reclaim the TV-drama crown from an increasingly robust set of competitors. After a flawed-but-promising launch, how did


go so wrong, and could it ever rock?

To be clear, I was no particular fan of the two-hour pilot, directed by Martin Scorsese; it felt overstuffed both with cliché and incident (a murder plotline and a backstory about a grave injustice along racial lines that felt out-of-place on a drama notionally about a record company). Bobby Cannavale was working perhaps too hard to sell a character drawn from a word-cloud about male TV protagonists of the past decade. His Richie Finestra — an inattentive husband who abuses substances as a way to briefly escape the painful level of Website:

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passion he brings to his job — was, from the start, more an idea of manhood than a man. If a show’s going to be ambitious about the volume of drama it expects us to follow, it can’t skimp on the characters who are supposed to make us actually care.

But shows often learn how to be about what they’re about as they progress. And


’s pedigree — stars Cannavale, Ray Romano, and Olivia Wilde; producers Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and

Boardwalk Empire

’s Terence Winter — seemed to imply that it would find its footing. Instead,


leaned yet more heavily as it wore on what didn’t work.

The show relied too strongly, for instance, on empty-calorie cameos from actors dutifully but not transcendentally playing rock gods, either interacting with fictional characters or performing their hits. Every


viewer will have their own least favorite; mine has to be John Lennon and Yoko Ono bumping into Wilde’s Edie Sedgwick-inspired character Devon at Max’s Kansas City. There’s got to be a more fitting homage to one of music’s greatest than chucking a look-alike on the screen and presuming familiarity will be enough to impress.

But worse still was the show’s reliance on tropes around addiction that, if they ever really worked on TV, have grown tired. Don Draper, TV’s great recent addict, was charming enough for the viewer to entertain the notion that he had some core of humanity; Richie Finestra is just a loud jerk. Devon leaving him to move to the Chelsea Hotel felt both like a third-season-finale development uncorked early out of a dearth of ideas and like the only choice that made sense. “I got clean,” Richie tells her deep into the season, begging forgiveness. “For how long—a day?” she replies. His addiction is so endlessly recursive, pushing him again and again into the depths without modulation or novelty and pushing other great actors to the side, that her frustration is ours. By the time, in the season finale, that Richie declares that he’s running an anarchic company now and encourages his employees to spray-paint the walls, his coping mechanisms feel old-hat. How long are we meant to run from reality with him?

HBO is apparently aware


isn’t working; they brought an end to Winter’s work running the show as it goes into its second season, calling it “an appropriate time to make a change in the creative direction of the show.” Creative turnarounds are within the realm of possibility at HBO; just last year,

The Leftovers

rebounded from a too-challenging, needlessly baroque first season with a second set of episodes that were among the year’s very best. But

The Leftovers

was building on a universe that had real yet unfulfilled promise. There’s little in


’s world of uninteresting clichés that feels like it’s a tweak away from greatness.

Worse still for the premium-cable service,

The Leftovers

failed to draw in new fans; its next season will be its last.

While HBO, which does not sell ads on its air, is understandably more concerned with subscriber numbers than with Nielsen figures.


’s low viewership, never breaking a million viewers an episode, can hardly be something to cheer.

HBO is, to be clear, a very successful enterprise, with the reigning Emmy champions in drama (


) and comedy (


), a movie catalog,

Sesame Street

, and talent from Jon Stewart to Bill Simmons to Beyoncé on their team. But their inability to develop a consistent drama hit since the


launch in 2011 feels perhaps tied to that safety. Cable TV’s best new dramas since 2011 — Showtime’s


, FX’s



The People v. O.J. Simpson

, and, though it’s early yet, USA’s

Mr. Robot

would be on that list — feel like the results of networks trying to take meaningful risks with their brands.


is a show using familiar language to tell a story about unimpeachable rock gods. It’s all “quality” and no delight. It’s a blue-chip stock, and exactly the kind of risk-free endeavor that the best of TV is quickly moving past.


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BBC:FrontPage Rousseff loses impeachment vote Apr 18, 2016 12:48AM Brazil’s lower house of congress votes to start impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff, who is accused of manipulating government figures.

Ecuador quake deaths rise to 272 Apr 17, 2016 09:48PM At least 272 people are confirmed dead after Saturday’s powerful earthquake in Ecuador, as thousands of troops are sent to affected areas.

Heard avoids dog-smuggling conviction Apr 18, 2016 12:00AM Johnny Depp’s wife Amber Heard avoids a conviction for illegally taking their dogs into Australia last year after pleading guilty.

‘Further tremors expected’ in Japan Apr 17, 2016 11:21PM Nearly 250,000 people are told to leave their homes amid fears of further tremors, an aid agency says, after two powerful quakes hit Japan in two days.

N Korea ‘preparing fifth nuclear test’ Apr 17, 2016 11:10PM South Korea has detected signs indicating the North is preparing to carry out its fifth nuclear test, President Park Geun-hye says.

Oil meeting breaks up without agreement Apr 17, 2016 08:37PM A meeting of the world’s leading oil producers to discuss capping output and reverse tumbling prices ends without agreement.

Police probe after ‘drone’ hits plane Apr 18, 2016 01:38AM A police investigation is under way after a passenger plane approaching London’s Heathrow Airport was hit by what is believed to have been a drone.

Australia early election trigger debated Apr 18, 2016 12:14AM Australia’s upper house begins debating a bill on labour reforms that is likely to trigger a “double dissolution” election.

Oil slump drags down Asian markets Apr 18, 2016 01:10AM Asian stock markets fall due to big drop in oil prices after producers fail to agree on a production freeze at their meeting in Qatar.

VIDEO: Johnny Depp dogs apology video Apr 18, 2016 12:48AM Johnny Depp and his wife Amber Heard recorded a message apologising for breaking Australia’s quarantine laws, and advising travellers to respect them.


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VIDEO: The moment Ecuador earthquake struck Apr 16, 2016 09:54PM A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake has killed more than 200 people in Ecuador, this is the moment it struck.

VIDEO: What happened to India’s snake charmers?

Apr 17, 2016 02:33PM Many in India now regard snake charming as an offensive stereotype that’s out of place in a modern nation. But what happened to the charmers themselves once the ancient tradition was banned?

VIDEO: The Syrians in Beirut who are staying put Apr 17, 2016 05:29PM The BBC’s Lina Sinjab spoke to four Syrians living in the Lebanese capital Beirut who say they have no intention of going further afield.

VIDEO: Clooney: Money in US politics ‘ridiculous’ Apr 17, 2016 09:41AM George Clooney has admitted that there is a “ridiculous” amount of money involved in US politics, following criticism of the sums raised at fundraisers.

VIDEO: Brussels marches ‘against terror and hate’ Apr 17, 2016 12:28PM At least 7,000 people took to the streets of Brussels in a march “against terror and hate”.

VIDEO: Roman villa under Wiltshire garden Apr 17, 2016 12:33PM One of the biggest and most elaborate Roman villas in Britain has been unearthed in Wiltshire.

VIDEO: Charlie Chaplin museum opens in Switzerland Apr 17, 2016 02:15AM A new museum dedicated to the life and work of Charlie Chaplin is opening in his former home in Switzerland.

Beirut: Eavesdropping on Syrian conflict Apr 17, 2016 06:06PM The community in Beirut is pondering what role Lebanon should play in the fight to stabilise its war-torn neighbour Syria, says Hugh Sykes.

The Clintons’ crime bill explained Apr 17, 2016 06:08PM Hillary Clinton is finding her husband’s 1994 federal crime bill to be a stumbling block on the campaign trial.

What impact did it have on present-day mass incarceration in the US?

How did it go wrong for Dilma Rousseff?

Apr 18, 2016 12:33AM The Brazilian economy, not corruption, may see the premature end of 13 years of rule by the Workers’ Party, says the BBC’s Daniel Gallas in Sao Paulo.


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receded as investor fears Questions hang over EM currencies rally Apr 14, 2016 08:20AM ‘Remarkable’ rally could go into reverse as signs of change beckon Corporate bonds outshine European stocks Apr 14, 2016 02:31AM Eurozone economy struggles for traction against a weak global backdrop Singapore loosens monetary policy Apr 14, 2016 02:29AM Central bank moves to stance of zero appreciation in currency Unilever sales hit by euro strength Apr 14, 2016 01:50AM Emerging market demand is holding up for owner of brands including Magnum ice cream and Dove soap Stocks hit 2016 highs after China data Apr 13, 2016 03:48PM Wall St joins in rebound in global equities Poland to decide on Swiss franc mortgages Apr 13, 2016 05:26AM Law and Justice’s decision on $42bn of loans could have far-reaching systemic consequences Sceptics doubt Brazil bounce will last Apr 13, 2016 05:08AM Recovery speaks to a broader improvement in EM sentiment Earnings sugar rush masks pain for stocks Apr 13, 2016 04:40AM Low expectations leave companies with easy bar to beat, but long-term profit worries remain Website:

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Banks Caixabank launches fresh bid for BPI Apr 18, 2016 01:15AM Takeover offer values Portuguese lender at €1.62bn

UBP puts focus on Asia after Coutts deal Apr 17, 2016 09:07PM Swiss group aims to double assets under management to $20bn Cheap oil trips up Gulf’s banks Apr 17, 2016 11:00PM Corporate and national balance sheets are tipping into the red as oil’s historic low price bites deep HSBC sets up £10bn SME loan chest Apr 17, 2016 05:08PM Lender shrugs off Brexit and peer-to-peer platforms to back small companies The nonagenarian taking on home lenders Apr 17, 2016 12:56PM The 92-year-old Wharton professor emeritus who remains hard at work on a mortgage advice business Mallya rejects allegations he redirected funds Apr 17, 2016 11:57AM Spokesperson for India liquor baron ‘strenuously denies’ claim over $64m Kingfisher loan M Stanley and Goldman results hopes rise Apr 17, 2016 10:11AM Better than expected earnings allow US ‘financials market to finally exhale’ Why banks do not want to think about death Apr 17, 2016 08:28AM Watchdogs should not expect living wills to somehow make institutions more capable of failure Economic Outlook Apr 17, 2016 05:26AM Central bankers from the eurozone and Sweden’s Riksbank due to set interest rates Clear-out imminent at Greek bank boards Apr 17, 2016 04:41AM Rescue vehicle expected to fail 20 of 55 directors in suitability test at top four lenders Germany’s roots risk European stability Apr 17, 2016 02:59AM In a monetary union, no government is supposed to question the independence of the central bank US regulator has big banks in his sights Apr 15, 2016 01:35PM Tom Hoenig has warned peers that sanguine policies Website:

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are storing up financial and economic trouble Italian banks: The rescue mission Apr 15, 2016 12:33PM When bankers were called in by the finance minister they knew stakes were high — at least €4bn Citi hit by investment bank profits drop Apr 15, 2016 12:19PM US group to stop breaking out results for its crisis era ‘bad bank’ MPs to probe UK bank capital rules Apr 15, 2016 12:19PM Move by Commons committee follows clash between Sir John Vickers and the Bank of England Gold is overpriced and well worth it Apr 15, 2016 12:06PM Maybe the yellow metal is not overpriced enough, says John Dizard Citi profits fall less than feared Apr 15, 2016 06:21AM First quarter investment banking revenue drops 27 per cent Pot company faces tough road after US IPO Apr 15, 2016 01:46AM MassRoots, a social media site for marijuana, seeks Nasdaq listing despite federal ban Time to admit painful truth on RBS stake Apr 15, 2016 01:19AM Headwinds for the bank still majority-owned by UK taxpayers don’t look like easing anytime soon Dissidents kick up Queen’s Club storm Apr 14, 2016 10:40PM Objections raised over plan for 10-year deal with the Lawn Tennis Association Website:

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Vakbonden tekenen akkoord met directie van Tihange Apr 15, 2016 09:46AM De Socialistische Mutualiteiten hebben vorig jaar op ruim 1.500 patiëntenfacturen van hun leden voor in totaal 400.000 euro aan (al dan niet bewuste) fouten gevonden.

Het ziekenfonds raadt patiënten dan ook aan om facturen van onder meer ziekenhuisopnames, geneesmiddelen en raadplegingen bij artsen, goed na te kijken alvorens te betalen. Ook bij de andere ziekenfondsen kunnen leden terecht voor de controle van hun facturen, maar zij houden geen cijfers bij.

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Krant:DeGentenaar Commotie na uitspraak Jambon: "Twee feestende moslims opgepakt na aanslagen" Apr 18, 2016 01:36AM Volgens minister van Binnenlandse Zaken Jan Jambon (N-VA) danste een “significant deel” van de moslimgemeenschap na de aanslagen. Een “schofferende en stigmatiserende” uitspraak, vindt Groen-voorzitster Meyrem Almaci. “Ofwel maakt hij die woorden hard, ofwel verontschuldigt hij zich voor het woordje ‘significant’. Want daarmee veralgemeent hij en dat is het tegenovergestelde van wat een minister van Binnenlandse Zaken moet doen”, zo zei Almaci maandag in De Ochtend op Radio 1.

Meisje dat aangerand werd op vliegtuig krijgt schuld want “ze droeg extreem kort broekje” Apr 18, 2016 01:05AM Een tiener die een vliegtuigmaatschappij had aangeklaagd omdat ze in een van hun toestellen zou aangerand zijn, heeft een boze brief teruggekregen van de luchtvaartmaatschappij. Daarin staat dat het broekje van de tiener wel heel kort was.

Halfnaakte activisten verstoren show door in dolfijnenbad te duiken Apr 17, 2016 10:13PM Negen milieu-activisten hebben zondag de show in het Boudewijn Seapark verstoord door in het bad van de dolfijnen te springen. De politie kon uiteindelijk de daders oppakken.

Vrachtwagen vol droog beton kantelt op Gentse Ring: verkeer staat volledig stil Apr 18, 2016 12:41AM Op de ring rond Gent is maandagochtend een vrachtwagen vol droog beton gekanteld ter hoogte van Oostakker. “De vrachtwagen ligt over de volledige breedte van de weg en heeft zijn lading droog beton verloren”, zegt Peter Bruyninckx van het Vlaams Verkeerscentrum.

Het verkeer op de R4 staat volledig stil.

Rovende lifters waren weggelopen uit instelling Apr 17, 2016 07:00PM De politie heeft de vijf lifters die dinsdagnacht Jan Clerinx (25) op brutale wijze van zijn auto beroofden in Tongeren, geïdentificeerd. Twee van hen zijn opgepakt.

Mohamed opgepakt na tien meter lopen tijdens 10 Miles Apr 17, 2016 10:36PM Surrealistisch. Zo omschrijft Mohamed Achahbar (37) wat hij gisteren meemaakte op de Antwerp 10 Miles. Hij werd vlak na de start overmeesterd door vier politiemannen en twee uur opgesloten in een cel. “Omdat ik een Antwerpse Marokkaan met een baardje ben”, denkt hij.

10 Miles eindigt in drama: Kevin (16) sterft na finish Apr 17, 2016 07:00PM De 31ste editie van de Antwerp 10 Miles is geëindigd in een drama. Een jonge loper (16) zakte vlak na de eindstreep in elkaar. Hij werd nog ter plaatse gereanimeerd en weggebracht naar het ziekenhuis, maar Website:

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daar bezweek hij in de loop van de avond.

Drie keer meer groene wagens in drie jaar tijd Apr 17, 2016 11:12PM In drie jaar tijd is het aantal groene wagens in België ruim verdrievoudigd. Dat blijkt uit nieuwe cijfers van de FOD Mobiliteit, schrijft

Het Laatste Nieuws

maandag. Op het totale wagenpark vertegenwoordigen voertuigen aangedreven door elektriciteit, aardgas of waterstof echter slechts 0,2 procent.

Jonge broers in elkaar geslagen na ruzie over meisje op kinderfuif Apr 17, 2016 10:59PM Twee minderjarige broers zijn vrijdagavond in het ziekenhuis beland nadat ze in elkaar waren geslagen door een grote groep volwassen mannen. Aanleiding: een discussie op een kinderfuif in Schoten. De politie onderzoekt de zaak.

België ontsnapte afgelopen jaar drie keer aan vliegramp Apr 18, 2016 12:08AM Door technische problemen bij luchtverkeersleider Belgocontrol is ons land het afgelopen jaar drie keer aan een vliegramp ontsnapt. Dat schrijft Het Laatste Nieuws maandag. In twee gevallen werd zelfs overgegaan tot een ‘clear the sky’, een noodprocedure waarbij alle vliegtuigen het Belgische luchtruim moeten verlaten.

Belgisch meisjesteam turnen plaatst zich voor het eerst voor Olympische Spelen Apr 17, 2016 10:36PM Het Belgische meisjesteam is zondag in Rio de Janeiro derde geworden op het olympisch Test Event turnen, en heeft zich zo geplaatst voor de Olympische Spelen.

Een historische prestatie want het is voor het eerst dat een Belgisch meisjesteam daarin slaagt.

"Opvolging Milquet heeft meerkost van 600.000 euro" Apr 17, 2016 11:19PM Dat Joëlle Milquet vervangen wordt door twee in plaats van één minister zal een meerkost hebben van 602.000 euro. Dat zegt Michel Legrand, voorzitter van Gerfa (Groupe d’étude et de réforme de la fonction administrative) in de kranten van Sudpresse.

Europese anti-terreurcoördinator uit kritiek op België Apr 17, 2016 07:00PM Gilles de Kerchove, de anti-terreurcoördinator van de EU, heeft in een interview met de Britse krant

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kritiek geuit op het Belgische terreurbeleid. “België heeft geen alternatief voor vervolging en voor gevangenisstraffen. Een deradicaliserings programma is er niet.” Leerlingen BSO te dik, ASO te dun Apr 17, 2016 07:00PM Bijna één op de vijf schoolgaande jongeren tussen 13 en 18 jaar in Vlaanderen en Brussel is te dik.

Opvallend: overgewicht en obesitas komen beduidend meer voor in het beroepsonderwijs.

Problematisch ondergewicht is dan weer een typisch probleem voor het ASO.

Clooney haalt "obsceen veel geld" op voor Hillary Clinton Apr 17, 2016 10:39PM Filmster George Clooney en zijn vrouw, mensenrechtenadvocate Amal Clooney, hebben zaterdagavond met een sponsorparty in hun villa in Los Angeles de verkiezingskas van de Democratische presidentskandidate Hillary Clinton gespekt. De toegangsprijs voor het feest: 33.400

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Braziliaanse volksvertegenwoordigers stemmen voor afzetting Rousseff Apr 17, 2016 10:47PM Nadat de voorzitter van de Arbeiderspartij de nederlaag van de regering al had toegegeven, heeft de Braziliaanse Kamer van Volksvertegenwoordigders zondag nu ook officieel met een tweederdemeerderheid voor de afzetting van president Dilma Rousseff gestemd. Dat betekent dat de mogelijke afzetting van Rousseff nu in de Senaat gestemd zal worden. Die zal beslissen of Rousseff voor 180 dagen geschorst zal worden.

Jimmy is nieuwe wereldrecordhouder strijken Apr 17, 2016 10:59PM Jimmy De Frenne mag zich sinds zaterdagavond de nieuwe wereldrecordhouder strijken noemen. De man streek 82 uur ononderbroken voor het goede doel.

Zo snel liep Sven Nys in de 10 Miles van Antwerpen Apr 18, 2016 12:08AM Hij is dan wel afgezwaaid als topcrosser, Sven Nys blijft een atleet. Dat bewees hij zondag op de 10 Miles in Antwerpen. Nys deed over de afstand van 16 km iets meer dan 1 uur 2 minuten, en zit daarmee vooraan in het klassement. Hij stelde nog nooit zo ’n afstand te hebben gelopen, en vreest het wel vandaag in de benen te voelen. Nys’ ex-teamgenoot Sven Vanthourenhout was nog iets sneller.

Hele wereld komt naar Vlaanderen voor ‘het paarse bos’ Apr 17, 2016 10:00PM Met het eerste weekend waarbij de boshyacinten in volle bloei staan, is de stormloop naar het Hallerbos in Halle ingezet. Het natuurlijke blauwe bloementapijt, een bijzonder natuurfenomeen dat zich elk jaar in de lente ontvouwt, lokte duizenden bezoekers.

Kim Clijsters heeft groot nieuws Apr 17, 2016 11:29AM Ex-tennisster Kim Clijsters en haar man Brian Lynch verwachten hun derde kindje. Dat kondigde Clijsters zelf aan op Twitter. Jack (2,5) en Jada (8) krijgen er binnenkort dus een broertje of zusje bij.


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Krant:DeTijd Dividendwaarschuwing weegt op EVS Apr 18, 2016 01:51AM 09:51 De Europese beurzen kleuren rood bij de start, nu het overleg over de bevriezing van de olieproductie niets heeft opgeleverd en de olieprijs verder wegzakt. Vooral de olieaandelen krijgen klappen. In … Turkije pakt aanhangers Gülen op Apr 18, 2016 01:29AM 09:29 De Turkse politie heeft maandag tientallen aanhangers gearresteerd van de islamitische prediker Fethullah Gülen, de aartsrivaal van president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

‘Opvolging Milquet door duo kost 600.000 euro meer’ Apr 18, 2016 01:14AM 09:14 Volgens de onafhankelijke ambtenarenbond Gerfa is dat de meerkost van de vervanger van minister Joëlle Milquet door 2 nieuwe ministers.

Een van die ministers, Alda Greoli, ontkent.

Aardbeving Japan treft auto-industrie Apr 18, 2016 01:05AM 09:05 Vooral Toyota, dat 40 procent van zijn wagens in eigen land bouwt, voelt de gevolgen van de aardbevingen die Japan vorige week troffen.

Argentinië maakt comeback op internationale markt Apr 18, 2016 12:47AM 08:47 Argentinië keert maandag naar de internationale kapitaalmarkten terug. De regering hoopt op zijn minst 12,5 miljard dollar op te halen om haar geschil met de aasgierfondsen op te lossen.

Olieprijs valt na mislukt overleg Apr 18, 2016 12:34AM 08:34 Een vergadering in Doha van zestien landen, samen goed voor de helft van de wereldwijde olieproductie, is zondag op niets uitgedraaid. De olieprijs gaat ruim 4 procent lager.

Gimv stapt uit halfgeleiderbedrijf GreenPeak Apr 18, 2016 12:25AM 08:25 De Nederlands specialist in draadloze technologieën wordt overgenomen door het Amerikaanse Qorvo.

‘Continuïteit verzekerd voor enkelbanden’ Apr 18, 2016 12:24AM 08:24 Vlaams minister van Welzijn Jo Vandeurzen erkent dat de aanbesteding voor een nieuwe generatie enkelbanden is misgelopen. Maar dankzij afspraken met de huidige fabrikant ‘is de continuïteit verzekerd’… Braziliaanse kamer effent weg voor afzetting Rousseff Apr 18, 2016 12:23AM 08:23 Het vertrek van de Braziliaanse presidente Dilma Rousseff is weer een stap dichterbij. De kamer gaf in de nacht van zondag op maandag immers groen Website:

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licht aan de afzettingsprocedure tegen de linkse poli… Aardbeving eist al 272 levens in Ecuador Apr 18, 2016 12:03AM 08:03 Een aardbeving met de kracht van 7,8 op de schaal van Richter heeft zware vernielingen aangericht in het noorden van het Zuid-Amerikaanse land.


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Magazine:Humo Nu te koop in de Humoshop: de dubbel-cd ‘20 edities Humo’s Rock Rally’ Apr 14, 2016 05:05AM Het heeft ons twee maanden intensieve vergelijkende studie gekost, maar nu weten we het zeker: de aller-, állerbeste songs van 38 jaar en 20 edities Humo’s Rock Rally zijn nu terug te vinden op één handzame, tamelijk fantastische dubbel-cd.

Lees meer De mailbox van Arnon Grunberg: ‘Cellist en spil’ Apr 12, 2016 11:31AM Laten wij de verontwaardiging overlaten aan idealisten.

Lees verder De wondere wereld van Sophia: ‘Als ik geen pijn voel, heb ik het gevoel dat ik niet leef’ Apr 11, 2016 11:25PM

Robin Proper-Sheppard

is geen onbekende in België. In de vroege jaren 90 kwam hij samen met zijn band T

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. Jarenlang was de gang van zaken: liefdesrelatie loopt stuk, plaat - geboetseerd uit verdriet en gal komt uit. Maar zeven jaar na zijn laatste album breekt Robin met die gewoonte.

Lees verder ‘Festivalitis’ op 2BE: kamperen met Sam De Bruyn en Sean Dhondt Apr 12, 2016 06:24AM Bloed, zweet, tranen en bier: ook deze zomer zal


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Lees verder ‘Antwerpen evacueren wordt een nachtmerrie.’ Hoe goed is België voorbereid op een nucleaire ramp?

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VL:VoedselAgentschap Action de contrôle annoncée à Colfontaine et Quaregnon Apr 4, 2016 08:00AM Action de contrôle annoncée à Colfontaine et Quaregnon Aangekondigde controle-actie Roeselare: Resultaten Mar 30, 2016 04:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Roeselare: Resultaten Aangekondigde controle-actie Dinant: Resultaten Mar 9, 2016 06:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Dinant: Resultaten Aangekondigde controle-actie Eeklo: Resultaten Mar 9, 2016 06:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Eeklo: Resultaten Aangekondigde controle-actie Eeklo Feb 15, 2016 07:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Eeklo Aangekondigde controle-actie Jodoigne: Resultaten Feb 2, 2016 05:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Jodoigne: Resultaten Aangekondigde controle-actie Dinant Jan 20, 2016 05:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Dinant Aangekondigde controle-actie Jodoigne Jan 13, 2016 07:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Jodoigne Aangekondigde controle-actie Aarschot- Resultaten Nov 23, 2015 03:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Aarschot-Resultaten Aangekondigde controle-actie Aarschot Nov 23, 2015 03:30AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Aarschot Symposium van het Wetenschappelijk Comité van het Voedselagentschap: "Trend watching and food safety control" Nov 23, 2015 03:30AM Symposium van het Wetenschappelijk Comité van het Voedselagentschap: “Trend watching and food safety control” Website:

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Bijkomende haard van rundertuberculose op bedrijf in de provincie Limburg Nov 5, 2015 10:45AM Bijkomende haard van rundertuberculose op bedrijf in de provincie Limburg Reactie van het FAVV op de foute verklaringen in de pers na de brand in een varkensbedrijf in Engis Oct 30, 2015 11:45AM Reactie van het FAVV op de foute verklaringen in de pers na de brand in een varkensbedrijf in Engis Aangekondigde controle-actie 1000 Brussel: Resultaten Oct 22, 2015 08:00AM Aangekondigde controle-actie 1000 Brussel: Resultaten Open bedrijvendag in het FAVV. Kom ons ontdekken op zondag 4 oktober!

Sep 29, 2015 08:30AM Open bedrijvendag in het FAVV. Kom ons ontdekken op zondag 4 oktober!

Resultaten controle-actie op vleessalade – bereidingen bij slagers Sep 17, 2015 07:00AM Resultaten controle-actie op vleessalade – bereidingen bij slagers Aangekondigde controle-actie Durbuy: Resultaten Sep 15, 2015 03:30AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Durbuy: Resultaten Bijkomende haard van rundertuberculose op bedrijf in de provincie Limburg Sep 11, 2015 08:30AM Bijkomende haard van rundertuberculose op bedrijf in de provincie Limburg Aangekondigde controle-actie Durbuy Sep 2, 2015 08:30AM Aangekondigde controle-actie Durbuy Haard van rundertuberculose op melkveebedrijf in de provincie Limburg: Stand van zaken Aug 24, 2015 06:30AM Haard van rundertuberculose op melkveebedrijf in de provincie Limburg: Stand van zaken

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