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Evangelos Marinakis on CPLP’s bond listing at the Athens Stock Exchange: “Green investments are the future”

"We have been engaged with financial markets since 2007 when we were first listed in New York at the Nasdaq stock exchange. Since then we have paid more than $800 million in dividends to our investors" Evangelos Marinakis, the Founder and President of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. said today, on the occasion of the listing of CPLP's bond on the Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX).

Sudan protesters defiant as international community condemns coup

Protesters were defiant on the streets of Sudan on Oct. 26 demonstrating against a military coup, as international condemnation of the country's security forces ramped up with the U.N. Security Council expected to meet later.

"Returning to the past is not an option," chanted the crowds, who remained outside despite soldiers opening fire and reportedly killing at least four people.

Suspicious package left in front of Türkevi Center in ??New York

Police have closed the street in front of the Türkevi Center in Manhattan to all traffic after a suspicious package was discovered in front of the building on Oct. 22.

Bomb disposal teams were sent to the scene along First Avenue between 45th and 46th streets. The package with red roses was found in front of the Türkevi Center building.

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New York City Hall is Removing a Statue of Thomas Jefferson due to his Slaveholding Past

The New York City Hall yesterday approved the removal of the statue of Thomas Jefferson, one of the founding fathers of the United States, placed in the boardroom more than a century ago because of the slave-owning past of politics, AFP reported, quoted by BTA.