Crude Oil Prices Mixed in Choppy Trade
Oil prices climbed at the end of last week, helped by news of yet another storm that curtailed production in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm follows Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which rattled energy markets last month after shutting refineries and pipelines.
More than Two Million Liberians to Elections Tuesday
More than 2 million people, half of Liberia's population, are eligible to vote, the National Elections Commission said. There are fears that if the results are not accepted the tensions and violence of Liberia's past could return.
Tim Cahill double ends Syria's World Cup dream
Postecoglou's controversial gamble will come under the microscope should Australia fail to overcome Syria tonight. Syria's World Cup dream has been ended by Australia in dramatic fashion.
Microsoft, GE sign pact on new wind project in Ireland
Microsoft will purchase 100 per cent of the wind energy from its new, 37-megawatt Tullahennel wind farm in County Kerry, Ireland. ElectroRoute, a Dublin-based Mitsubishi company, is acting as the trading service provider for Microsoft's energy supply company.