War criminal dies after taking poison at UN tribunal

Croatia’s state TV says Slobodan Praljak who claimed to have taken poison just after his 20-year sentence was upheld by appeals judges at a U.N. war crimes tribunal, has died. https://youtu.be/Gk3WIizCEE8 Dutch police will not comment on the TV report based on “sources close to Gen. Praljak.” Spokesman for the tribunal Nenad Golcevski, when asked by the … Continue reading War criminal dies after taking poison at UN tribunal

The next step for bitcoin is ETFs

There's talk about creating an ETF for bitcoin Doing so could boost the cryptocurrency even more It's up more than 50 percent this month and has crossed $10,000 Bitcoin is up more than 50 percent this month, crossing $10,000. What's exciting investors is the expanding derivatives market for cryptocurrencies, which is adding some much-needed legitimacy. … Continue reading The next step for bitcoin is ETFs

UK consumer credit growth falls to 18-month low

Decline will soothe Bank of England fears about reckless lending when household incomes face squeeze Household incomes are under pressure from stagnant pay growth and high inflation The UK’s consumer debt boom eased back in October after growth in lending on credit cards and loans fell to an 18-month low. The Bank of England said … Continue reading UK consumer credit growth falls to 18-month low

Actress’ Lawsuit Accuses Weinstein Brothers Of Sex Trafficking

British actress Kadian Noble has filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein brothers and the company they founded, arguing that Harvey Weinstein’s alleged assault of her at the Cannes Film Festival and the company’s complicity in it constituted sex trafficking. Kadian Noble The suit argues that Harvey Weinstein groomed Noble overseas, and used “force, fraud or coercion” during his … Continue reading Actress’ Lawsuit Accuses Weinstein Brothers Of Sex Trafficking