Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 4:10 am PST, Tuesday, November 20, 2018 This undated photo provided by the Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office shows Samuel Little. A Texas prosecutor says Little, convicted in three California murders but long suspected in dozens of deaths, now claims he was involved in about 90 killings nationwide. The prosecutor says Little is now charged in the 1994 death of a Texas woman. He says investigations are ongoing, but Little has now provided details in more than 90 deaths dating to about 1970. (Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office via AP) less This undated photo provided by the Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office shows Samuel Little. A Texas prosecutor says Little, convicted in three California murders but long suspected in dozens of deaths, now ... more Photo: AP … [Read more...] about Elderly prisoner claims he’s America’s deadliest serial killer with 90 victims. Police believe him.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Billionaire Carlos Slim’s America Movil and Mexico’s state oil firm have become embroiled in a public fight over a government contract after the telecommunications giant filed complaints and a legal challenge, saying it unfairly lost the bid. The logo of America Movill is seen on the wall at the company's corporate offices in Mexico City, Mexico March 14, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso A rival group, including a unit of Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa (TLVACPO.MX), won a contract in June for nearly $36 million to provide internet to the oil company known as Pemex PEMX.UL. America Movil (AMXL.MX) had presented a cheaper offer of roughly $24.5 million, a company spokesman said, and went on to file complaints against Pemex. A Pemex spokesman said on Monday that the company expects to respond in several days but has not set an exact date. America Movil, Mexico’s largest internet carrier, and Televisa, the country’s … [Read more...] about Slim’s America Movil challenges Pemex contract awarded to Televisa…
Europe will respond in kind if the US pushes on with its America First policy, placing its economic interests before all others, Germany's minister for economic affairs and energy Peter Altmaier has said. In an interview with ARD television, Altmaier said: "The US are our friends and partners, and we want to defend our common values. "But if it's America First, and they put their economic interest before others, then they have to expect Europe to define their own interests and fight for them." Read more: Tim Cook warned Trump against China tariff approach Trade war jitters have been bubbling after the Trump administration imposed tariffs of 25 per cent on steel imports and 10 per cent on aluminium in March, though it gave temporary exemptions to the EU and several other countries with these set to expire at the beginning of June. President Trump has been a vocal proponent of the America First policy, advocating US nationalism and anti-interventionism, using it as the main theme of … [Read more...] about If it’s America First Europe will follow suit, says German economic minister
BERLIN (Reuters) – The United States must reckon with Europe responding in kind if it declares “America First” and places its own economic interests before those of others, Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said. In an interview with ARD television, Altmaier attributed the United States’s desire to block the building of a new pipeline linking Russia and Germany under the Baltic Sea to its need to secure markets for its own liquid natural gas (LNG) exports. “They have a large LNG terminal infrastructure to get value out of,” said Altmaier, a close ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel, “but that LNG will be significantly pricier than pipeline gas, so blocking Nord Stream 2 will not on its own guarantee exports.” He added that Europe would respond firmly to U.S. attempts to place its own economic interests before those of partners. “The U.S. are our friends and partners, and we want to defend our common values. “But … [Read more...] about If it’s America First, then Europe will respond in kind, Altmaier says
Points to lack of contact between private sectors for nominal bilateral trade 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Ecuador stops Assange communicating from its London embassyAssange questioned decision by Britain to retaliate against poisoning by expelling Russian diplomats deemed spiesEcuador gives Assange citizenship, seeks solution with BritainAssange was granted asylum in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over rape allegationsEcuador's 'Pablo Escobar' drug kingpin extradited to US36-year-old faces charges of moving more than 250 tonnes of Colombian cocaine … [Read more...] about Ecuador offers Pakistan market access to S America