Quick Glance: Pipestone Energy Shareholders Approve Sale to Strathcona
- Pipestone Energy shareholders vote in favor of sale to Strathcona
- The transaction values the combined company at CAD 8.6 billion
- The transaction is expected to close in October
- Strathcona will become a public company upon completion of the deal
The allegations against former rocker boss Frank Hanebuth were serious: ...
Accusations such as money laundering
Quick Glance: Frank Hanebuth: Ex-Rockerboss from Hannover acquitted in Spain
- Former Rocker-Boss Frank Hanebuth and twelve other defendants acquitted
- State Court in Madrid announces acquittal in trial against Hells Angels
- Hanebuth always maintained his innocence
- Originally, 13 years of imprisonment were demanded for Hanebuth
Chechen leader Kadyrov has been accused of serious human rights violations for years ...
Video causes a stir
Quick Glance: Kadyrov Proud of Son for Assaulting Prisoner
- Russian Prime Minister meets with Head of Chechen Republic in Moscow
- Kadyrov releases video to address doubts about the incident
- Expresses pride and support for son's actions
- Prisoner reports incident to human rights ombudswoman
Quick Glance: Spain's Conservative Leader Feijoo Fails in First Attempt to Become Prime Minister
- Spanish conservative leader Alberto Nunez Feijoo failed to secure enough votes in the lower house to become prime minister.
- Feijoo received 172 votes in favor, 178 against, and no abstentions.
- Spanish law allows Feijoo a second attempt on Friday, where a simple majority would be enough for him to be elected prime minister.
Quick Glance: Shakira faces second tax fraud case, owes $7 million
- Spanish prosecutor accuses Shakira of defrauding the state of $7 million in 2018.
- Shakira denies failing to pay $14.5 million in taxes for 2012-2014.
- New case: Shakira allegedly failed to declare $12.5 million in earnings from El Dorado World Tour.
- Accused of not paying $5.4 million in income tax and $773,600 in wealth tax.
Alberto Núñez Feijóo saw his bid to become Spain's next prime minister rejected by parliament on ...
Quick Glance: Opposition Leader Criticizes Sánchez Over Proposed Amnesty for Catalan Separatists
- Alberto Núñez Feijóo accuses the acting prime minister of self-interest as rivals seek lawmakers' backing to form a government.
- Feijóo criticizes a controversial amnesty sought by Catalan separatists, covering leaders and activists involved in a failed 2017 push for independence.
- Feijóo's PP won the most seats in the election and was asked by King Felipe to make the first attempt at forming a government.
- Sánchez has a path to another term via a potential deal with the hardline Together for Catalonia party, whose founder Carles Puigdemont would probably benefit from an amnesty deal.
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