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Sequa Petroleum N.V. Bonds and Business Development Update

As reported in press releases of Sequa Petroleum N.V.  (the “Company”) (14 November 2016, 17 March, 15 May and 14 November 2017, and 15 May and 14 November 2018), a number of potential defaults have occurred with respect to the Company’s USD 300,000,000 5.00 per cent Convertible Bonds due 2020 of which USD 204,400,000 in […]Read More

CEO confidence in growth dips dramatically

Uncertainty in global economic growth in almost all countries, caution prevails US remains key target market for growth with China narrowing the gap, both see a decline from 2018 Trade conflicts, policy uncertainty, geopolitical issues and skills gap impacting strength of global economy and growth DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — What a […]Read More

Komet announces initial Mineral Resource Estimate for the Kabaya ...

QUEBEC CITY, Jan. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Komet Resources inc. (TSX-V: KMT) (“Komet” or the “Company”) is pleased to report an initial mineral resource estimate for the Kabaya gold prospect drill prospect, located in the southern part of its Dabia Sud exploration permit (“the Property”) in Western Mali, West Africa. Highlights of the Resource […]Read More

INVNT Expands Global Footprint With Singapore Launch

NEW YORK, NY, Jan. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — INVNT, the global live brand storytelling agency™, today announces the opening of its second office in the APAC region – and eighth office globally – located in the thriving creative hub of Singapore. The move comes as the agency, which made its foray into the APAC […]Read More

Israel Confirms Military Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria

In a rare public admission, Israel confirmed early Monday that it carried out airstrikes on Iranian military targets inside Syria.

"We have started striking Iranian Quds targets in Syrian territory. We warn the Syrian Armed Forces against attempting to harm Israeli forces or territory," the military tweeted.

It gave no further details.

But Israel launched the airstrikes after it intercepted a missile over the Golan Heights, hours after what Syria says were missiles fired near the Damascus airport.

Israel rarely makes any comments on military action in Syria. But Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during a visit to Chad, "We have a defined policy � to harm Iranian entrenchment in Syria and to harm anyone who tries to harm us."

Israel wants to avoid getting involved in Syria's civil war. It has appealed to Russia � the Syrian government's top ally � to keep Iranian forces away from a zone near the Syrian-Israeli border.

Source: Voice of America

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