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by April 4, 2016 General

reuters.com weiter: CHESTER, Pa , April 3 (Reuters) – A locomotive on an Amtrak train carrying about 330 passengers derailed when it hit a backhoe south of Philadelphia on Sunday, killing two people and injuring about 35 in what passengers described as a jolt followed by a fireball . UPDATE 7-Amtrak train derailment near Philadelphia kills 2, recorder recovered. weiterlesen …

Dazu schreibt reuters.com weiter: April 4 – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers . PRESS DIGEST- British Business – April 4. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. weiterlesen …

Dazu meldet reuters.com weiter: TOKYO, April 4 (Reuters) – Asian share prices held firm on Monday after solid U S . GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares firm after U.S. jobs, dollar soft. payroll data underpinned investor risk sentiment while dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen the previous week kept the U.S. dollar in check. weiterlesen …

Dazu schreibt reuters.com: SINGAPORE, April 4 (Reuters) – Oil prices slipped in early trading on Monday as the chances fell of Middle East producers agreeing to restrain overproduction, while U S . Oil prices fall on dimming prospect of output restraint. output has remained stubbornly high despite spiralling debt levels and bankruptcies. weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de schreibt weiter: Shaky countdown to EU-Turkey migrant swap weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de schreibt dazu: Opinion: EU-Turkey refugee agreement needs a miracle weiterlesen …

Dazu berichtet rss.dw.de: German FM lauds Kyrgyzstan as a stable democracy in a volatile region weiterlesen …

Dazu berichtet rss.dw.de weiter: Growth in Asia faces longer slowdown, ADB warns weiterlesen …

Weitere Nachricht dazu von rss.dw.de: Belgian parliament reopens under high security weiterlesen …

Dazu schreibt rss.dw.de: Bangladeshi court keeps Islam as state religion weiterlesen …

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