(NEW DELHI, India.) JUST IN: Residents in the ‘ Most Toxic & Polluted City ‘ and desperate for a ‘ Breath of Fresh Air ‘ turn to ‘ Oxygen Bars ‘ but its an ‘ Extravagance ‘ at the cost of 300-rupees (£3.20) for 15-minutes that can’t be paid for by the poor #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.21: Delhi residents desperate for a breath of fresh air in the midst of the city’s toxic pollution crisis have found somewhere to turn: an “oxygen bar” But with a price tag of 300 rupees ($4; £3.20) for 15 minutes of oxygen, it is an extravagance for most in India’s smog-filled capital @TOI reports.

In many parts of northern India, air quality has deteriorated into the “hazardous” category, with the potential to cause respiratory illnesses: As the authorities have been forced to shut down schools, halt construction and restrict vehicles on the roads in Delhi.

#AceNewsDesk reports …………..Published: Nov.21: 2019:

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(DENMARK) Customs officials have announced a ten fold increase in illegal weapons seized, authorities in the Netherlands revealed that record amounts of cocaine are arriving in Rotterdam for distribution across western Europe: The last three years have seen a seven-fold increase in the number of illegal weapons seized by the Danish Customs Agency (Toldstyrelsen) #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.17: The agency has clamped down on the area, an important measure according to tax minister Morten Bødskov: “Recent years have seen customs officers at the border and the airport register a consistent increase in illegal weapons. That is evidence of a big problem which we must come down hard on,” Bødskov said: In 2015, the customs agency confiscated around 1,400 illegal weapons, a figure that increased to 12,000 in 2018: The trend appears to be continuing this year, with 9,400 illegal weapons seized in the first nine months: In addition to increasing the number of customs officers, better equipment for scanning parcels has contributed to the results: The confiscated weapons include knives, throwing stars, pepper sprays, brass knuckles and switchblades.

Meanwhile, in the Netherlands organized migrant gangs are bringing in record amounts of cocaine: Even with nearly two months left to go in the year, authorities at the Port of Rotterdam this year have already surpassed the record amount of cocaine caught there in 2018, according to an investigation by De Telegraaf. Some 23 thousand kilograms of cocaine was intercepted at the largest port in Europe, a 28 percent increase over the 18 thousand kilograms captured during all of last year.

The Rotterdam office of the Public Prosecution Service (OM) confirmed this year’s drug trafficking spike, the newspaper said: More batches of the drug were seized en route to Rotterdam, like at ports in Belgium, the Telegraaf said. Rotterdam’s mayor was pushing for even closer cooperation by staffing Dutch investigators to work alongside officials in Central and South America: All told, Rotterdam authorities have ferreted out over 500 kilograms of cocaine in at least 15 different shipments this year, the newspaper said……………..What Customs officials seize represents only a small fraction of the drugs and weapons that successfully get through. Drug dealers accept these seizures as just a small “tax” on doing business. For the police, the seizures provide an opportunity to mislead the public into believing that something is actually being done to slow down this violent drug and gun trafficking problem.

Besides weapons and drugs, a record number of grenades is also flooding into western Europe, and bombings have become an every day occurrence in countries like Sweden and the Netherlands: Danish Customs Agency

#AceNewsDesk reports …………..Published: Nov.17: 2019: Source

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(BERLIN, Germany.) Lawsuits Report: Bayer ‘ rise over claims that subsidiary ‘ Monsanto Weed Killer Roundup ‘ causes cancer risks associated with its glyphosate-based weedkillers #AceNewsDesk reports

 #AceNewsReport – Nov.14: More than 42,000 plaintiffs have joined lawsuits against German chemical giant Bayer, blaming the company’s glyphosate-based weedkiller for their cancer: The number of plaintiffs, largely brought by US citizens, is now at 42,700 — more than double the 18,400 reported in the middle of July, Bayer announced on Wednesday.

DW Reports: The legal cases all concern Roundup, a weedkiller with controversial active ingredient glyphosate: “This significant increase is clearly driven by the plaintiff-side television advertising spend which is estimated to have roughly doubled in the third quarter compared with the entire first half of the year,” Bayer said in a statement: “However, the number of lawsuits says nothing about their merits,” it added: Claims against the company gathered momentum following a lawsuit in August 2018 that found Monsanto, a Bayer subsidiary, should have warned of alleged cancer risks associated with its glyphosate-based weedkillers: Read the Full Article The Guardian news, [Nov 10, 2019 at 07:20] Thailand wants to ban these three pesticides: The US government says no | Carey Gillam reported that The Trump administration is putting profits before people by pressuring the country not to ban harmful chemicals made by Dow, Syngenta and MonsantoYou know it’s a dark day for America when foreign leaders have to lecture US officials about the importance of prioritising public health over corporate profits.Yet that is what is happening now, as the Trump administration pressures Thailand not to ban three pesticides that scientific research has shown to be particularly dangerous to children and other vulnerable populations. Continue reading…here ……………………..https://clck.ru/JsP4W #

#Health #Thailand #Monsanto #Agriculture #Pesticides

AceNewsDesk reports …………Published: Nov.14: 2019: 

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(WASHINGTON) JUST IN: Supreme Court Report: Won’t stop a lawsuit brought by ‘ Sandy Hook Victims Families ‘ against ‘ Remington Arms Company ‘ manufacturer of the semi-automatic rifle used in the 2012 massacre at an elementary school #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.13: The Supreme Court won’t stop a lawsuit brought by Sandy Hook victims’ families against Remington Arms Co., the manufacturer of the semi-automatic rifle that was used in the 2012 mass shooting at an elementary school: The Court decided not to take up an appeal by Remington. That marks a blow to the gun industry: Depending on the outcome of the case, it could open the door to gun violence victims’ families suing gun manufacturers for damages.

The Sandy Hook victims’ families are “grateful” for the Supreme Court’s decision, attorneys for the families said in a statement: They called Remington’s appeal the company’s “latest attempt to avoid accountability.”
A 2005 federal law protects many gun manufacturers from wrongful death lawsuits brought by family members: But families of victims of the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, are pushing a different approach.

A survivor and families of nine other victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting are attempting to hold Remington Arms Company, the manufacturer of the semi-automatic rifle that was used in the crime, partly responsible by targeting the company’s marketing strategy: Lawyers for the victims sued Remington contending that the company marketed rifles by extolling the militaristic qualities of the rifle and reinforcing the image of a combat weapon — in violation of a Connecticut law that prevents deceptive marketing practices: The rifle was “designed as a military weapon” and “engineered to deliver maximum carnage” with extreme efficiency, they argue in legal briefs.

’ The attorneys said Tuesday they are ready to resume discovery and proceed towards trial “to shed light on Remington’s profit-driven strategy” to expand the market for high-powered, semi-automatic guns and “court high-risk users at the expense of Americans’ safety.” Remington is a private company, but shares of competitor Sturm Ruger & Co. fell less than 1%, and American Outdoor Brands maker of Smith & Wesson guns, fell by 1.2%: A spokesman from Remington could not immediately be reached for comment ‘

The consumer market for rifles has fallen precipitously in recent years: Colt, the manufacturer of the AR-15 rifle, has announced it’s exiting the consumer rifle market: A similar gun was used in the Sandy Hook shooting.

#AceNewsDesk reports — Published: Nov.13: 2019: CNN’s Sarah Jorgensen contributed to this report

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(MADRID, Spain.) Election Report: The leader of Ciudadanos, Albert Rivera, on Monday stepped down as party p resident after the centre-right party saw its result collapse in a repeat parliamentary election, El Mundo newspaper said, citing sources: As protestors calling for Catalan independence closed off a major highway bor der pass between France and Spain, Monday 11. 👉 Spain Faces More Uncertainty After Inconclusive Election #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.11: Ciudadanos won 10 seats in Sunday’s election, down from 57 seats won in the previous ballot in April. Various potential solutions to unblock the stalemate, however, involve Ciudadanos, alongside regionalist parties: A Ciudadanos spokesman declined to comment, but said Rivera would make a statement at 1100 GMT:

‘Pedro Sánchez highlighted the difficulties Spain faced as a result of political fragmentation, the Catalan crisis and the growing profile of the far right.’ Photograph: Manu Fernández/AP

There was one major beneficiary of Sunday’s inconclusive election in Spain, but it was not Pedro Sánchez, the Socialist prime minister: Mr Sánchez hoped a fourth poll in as many years might finally deliver him the numbers to break a debilitating deadlock in parliament. Instead, the Socialist Workers’ party emerged as the largest party once again, but lost three seats and must enter yet more tortured negotiations with other parties in order to find a way to govern

There was one major beneficiary of Sunday’s inconclusive election in Spain, but it was not Pedro Sánchez, the Socialist prime minister: Mr Sánchez hoped a fourth poll in as many years might finally deliver him the numbers to break a debilitating deadlock in parliament. Instead, the Socialist Workers’ party emerged as the largest party once again, but lost three seats and must enter yet more tortured negotiations with other parties in order to find a way to govern.

“The real celebrations of Sunday evening took place at the headquarters of Vox, a far-right nationalist party: Vox increased its share of the vote to 15.1%, won 52 seats and became the third-biggest party in Spain. Its leader, Santiago Abascal, told cheering supporters that the results meant “a patriotic alternative has been consolidated in Spain”, and called for “the restoration of national unity with the application of direct rule in Catalonia”.”https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/

▶️ Protesters calling for Catalan independence closed off a major highway border pass between France and Spain, Monday, November 11. 👉 Spain Faces More Uncertainty After Inconclusive Election https://t.co/amSjPhVB4o https://t.co/92TIewTNyX November 11, 2019 at 07:30PM:

#AceNewsDesk reports ………..Published: Nov.11: 2019: Guardian – Reuters: Reporting by Isla Binnie and Ashifa Kassam, editing by Andrei Khalip

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(NEW YORK) JUST IN: The five largest publicly traded oil majors — Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, Total, and Chevron — together invested more than $1 billion in climate branding and lobbying in the three years after t he landmark Paris climate agreement was signed

#AceNewsReport – Nov.09: Exxon Mobil’s relationship with the New York Times is a case study in how the fossil fuel industry’s climate denialism has evolved over the past 20 years: Beginning in the 1970s, Exxon Mobil published an “advertorial” every Thursday on the New York Times editorial page: The quarter-page, essay-style ads were designed to mimic a Times op-ed: Starting in the 1980s, doubt about the seriousness of human-driven climate change was a repeated theme. The ads came with titles including “Apocalypse no,” “Reset the alarm,” “Less heat, more light on climate change,” and “Climate change: a degree of uncertainty.”

“According to a lawsuit Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed against Exxon Mobil last week, the oil company’s use of the New York Times editorial section “to shift public perception was among the most significant and longest regular — in this case, weekly — uses of media to influence public and stakeholder opinion in modern U.S. history.”
https://t.co/USD78Lc8NShttp://twitter.com/theintercept/status/1193211696019656704 November 09, 2019 at 05:00PM:

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………..Published: Nov.09: 2019:

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(VIENNA) IAEA REPORT: At special meeting of the 35-board-governors that Iran has blocked their inspector who tested positive for traces of explosive nitrates went off when the inspector attempted to enter the Natanz uranium enrichment plant on October 28 as U.S. reacts with anger #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.09: The US has reacted with fury to Iran’s blocking of an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspector who tested positive for suspected traces of explosive nitrates: Speaking at a special meeting of the IAEA’s 35-nation Board of Governors in Vienna on Thursday, Iranian Ambassador Kazem Gharibabadi said a detector for explosive nitrates went off when the inspector attempted to enter the Natanz uranium enrichment plant on October 28.This photo released on November 5, 2019 by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran shows centrifuge machines in Natanz uranium enrichment facility in central Iran. (Via AP)This photo released on November 5, 2019 by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran shows centrifuge machines in Natanz uranium enrichment facility in central Iran. (Via AP)

“The detector’s alarm went off and it was signaling to a specific person,” he said: “They (the authorities) have repeated this procedure again and again, and unfortunately, the results were the same all the way for only that specific inspector.”Gharibabadi noted that the woman “sneaked out” to the bathroom while officials looked for a female employee to search her…………………..After her return, he added, the alarms did not go off again, but authorities found contamination in the bathroom and later on her empty handbag during a house search: The Iranian official also expressed hope that further tests by Iran and the IAEA would explain what happened…………….“Needless to say that Iran, like all other members of the agency, cannot condone any behavior or action which may be against the safety and security of its nuclear installations, especially … considering the past sabotage attempts in its nuclear facilities,” he said.

The incident drew the ire of the United States, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claiming that the inspector had been “detained” in an “outrageous and unwarranted act of intimidation.” “IAEA inspectors must be allowed to conduct their critical work unimpeded,” he said in a statement on Friday. “We call on Iran to immediately resolve all open issues with the IAEA and to afford Agency inspectors the privileges and immunities to which they are entitled.”

Iran’s nuclear industry has been targeted by sabotage and its scientists assassinated in the past: In 2010, Stuxnet, a cyber weapon widely believed to have been made by the US and Israel, hit a uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, in the first publicly known example of a virus being used to attack industrial machinery………….Tehran later developed an indigenous firewall securing its sensitive industrial facilities against Stuxnet.

PressTV-'IAEA monitor caught with suspicious material leaves Iran'PressTV-‘IAEA monitor caught with suspicious material leaves Iran’ Iran says an IAEA inspector left the country after getting caught trying to carry “suspicious material” into the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility.

On Thursday, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said that it had canceled the IAEA inspector’s accreditation after the alarm at the entrance to the Natanz facility raised concerns she could be carrying a “suspect product” on her:

Iran says IAEA officials were present for all the searches, but the UN agency is yet to comment on the incident involving its inspector.

#AceNewsDesk reports ………….Published: Nov.09: 2019:

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