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Roche nearing $5 billion deal to acquire Spark Therapeutics: WSJ Click Here to Open in a New Window

Roche nearing $5 billion deal to acquire Spark Therapeutics: WSJThe deal for Spark could be announced Monday, if not sooner, at a price tag of nearly $5 billion, but could still fall through, the Journal said, citing the unidentified sources. Spark's market value was just under $2 billion at Friday's market close. The newspaper reported there was at least one other unidentified bidder for Spark as of Friday.



France calls on Germany to ease arms export rules Click Here to Open in a New Window

France calls on Germany to ease arms export rulesFrench Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday that Germany should ease its strict arms export rules for countries outside the European Union to strengthen the defense industry. France has complained that joint arms manufacturing projects are being stalled by Berlin's refusal to authorize future arms export licenses to Saudi Arabia, a major buyer. Germany said in November it would reject future arms export licenses to Riyadh over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.



Two killed as Maduro sends troops to block Venezuela aid convoys Click Here to Open in a New Window

Two killed as Maduro sends troops to block Venezuela aid convoysMaduro said he was breaking diplomatic relations with Colombia and ordered its diplomatic staff to leave Venezuela within 24 hours because of its government's assistance to opposition leader Juan Guaido. Guaido, who most Western nations recognize as Venezuela's legitimate leader, gave a personal send-off on Saturday to a convoy carrying U.S. aid departing from the Colombian city of Cucuta. The opposition says the foreign humanitarian assistance is desperately needed to tackle widespread food and medicine shortages in Venezuela.



Microsoft Workers Call on Company to Cancel Military Contract Click Here to Open in a New Window

Microsoft Workers Call on Company to Cancel Military Contract"We are alarmed that Microsoft is working to provide weapons technology to the U.S. Military, helping one country's government 'increase lethality' using tools we built,” said the workers in a letter that began circulating throughout the company on Friday. The letter, addressed to Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella and Brad Smith, the company’s president and chief legal officer, comes just days before Microsoft plans to introduce the second version of the HoloLens, a head-mounted device that projects digital imagery onto the physical world. Microsoft has generally described HoloLens as a productivity tool for professionals in fields like architecture and engineering, or as an entertainment device.



Iceland to keep hunting up to 2,130 whales over 5 years Click Here to Open in a New Window

Iceland to keep hunting up to 2,130 whales over 5 yearsREYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — Iceland's whaling industry will be allowed to keep hunting whales for at least another five years, killing up to 2,130 baleen whales under a new quota issued by the government.



Nigeria's president and main rival confident as polls close Click Here to Open in a New Window

Nigeria's president and main rival confident as polls closePresident Muhammadu Buhari and his main challenger, businessman Atiku Abubakar, both said they were confident of victory when casting their ballots in an election which was already delayed by a week due to logistical problems. Buhari, a former military ruler who is seeking a second elected term faces Atiku, a former vice president who has pledged to expand the role of the private sector in Africa's most populous nation and top oil producer. "The Independent National Electoral Commission is generally satisfied with the process and the procedures for the conduct of these present elections," INEC official Festus Okoye told reporters in the capital, Abuja.



Virgin Galactic takes crew of three to altitude of 55 miles Click Here to Open in a New Window

Virgin Galactic takes crew of three to altitude of 55 milesVirgin Galactic's spacecraft reached an altitude of more than 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) on Friday, carrying for the first time a passenger in addition to its two pilots. SpaceShipTwo, built by British billionaire Richard Branson to carry tourists into space, launched from California's Mojave desert and flew to an altitude of 55.87 miles (89.9 kms), the company said. The US definition of space is anything over an altitude of 50 miles.



Angelina Jolie makes rare appearance with 4 of her children at a museum event Click Here to Open in a New Window

Angelina Jolie makes rare appearance with 4 of her children at a museum eventAngelina Jolie brought four of her kids to the film premiere of Prune Nourry's "Serendipity" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on Thursday.



Sen. Dianne Feinstein Condescends to Kid Activists Touting Green New Deal Click Here to Open in a New Window

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Condescends to Kid Activists Touting Green New Deal“You come in here and say it has to be my way or the highway. I’ve gotten elected... I know what I’m doing. Maybe people should listen a little bit,” the senator said



America landed a man on the moon. Climate change calls for the same bold, can-do spirit. Click Here to Open in a New Window

America landed a man on the moon. Climate change calls for the same bold, can-do spirit.The Green New Deal is the first step in meeting the climate challenge, and yes, the devil is in the details. We need to start working on this now.



Trump's UN nominee Kelly Craft says she believes ‘both sides’ of climate change science Click Here to Open in a New Window

Trump's UN nominee Kelly Craft says she believes ‘both sides’ of climate change scienceKelly Craft, the US diplomat put forward to serve as the country’s next ambassador to the United Nations, has said she respects “both sides” of climate change science. The remarks made by the US ambassador to Canada have been widely ridiculed following Donald Trump’s decision to nominate her for the UN role. Framing the scientific consensus on global warming as a debate in which deniers have equal credibility, Ms Craft said: “I believe there are scientists on both sides that are accurate.



Why Trump Wants a Space Force for the Final Frontier Click Here to Open in a New Window

Why Trump Wants a Space Force for the Final FrontierWhy Trump Wants a Space Force for the Final Frontier



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