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Aug 31, 2019 Media by Marie Poppins

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France cannot say at this stage if there will be Brexit deal – Macron’s office: France cannot say at this stage if there will be a Brexit deal or not, said an official from President Emmanuel Macron’s office, who added that France was yet to receive precise proposals regarding Brexit from the United Kingdom. Trump says he does not want war after attack on Saudi oil facilities : U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday it looked like Iran was behind attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia but stressed he did not want to go to war, as the attacks sent oil prices soaring and raised fears of a new Middle East conflict. See more news on

Another good online newspaper that i like : Newsday: To retain their current subscriber base, Newsday had one answer—give them more. According to Patrick Tornabene, vice president of audience development and analytics, they first experimented with opt-in products for an additional fee, but after seeing a low uptake and low retention numbers, they switched to a no-fee approach. “The results have been dramatic,” said Kim Como, Newsday communications manager. The first free opt-in product was a niche publication of games and puzzles called “Brain Benders Monthly,” a collection of crosswords, Sudoku, Jumbles, and kids’ pages. Launched in May 2016, the churn probability dropped an average of 12 percentage points, according to Tornabene, and in the first year, the publication yielded $3.5 million in retention revenue.

The Atlantic: This is another national treasure, a monthly magazine that presents a view of the nation and world from Washington D.C. It is informed by many top journalists who write long-form features and also write some analysis. The Atlantic web site sometimes hews to clickable headlines. But the magazine and its parent company also subscribe to American journalism principles of fact-based reporting. Politico: Founded by reporters who left the Washington Post in 2006, Politico has built itself into a crucial player in politics reporting in the U.S. (and with expansions to Europe). It does publish some products in print, but Politico is easily accessible on the Internet and mobile devices. Keep an eye on Axios, a news startup launched this year by two founders of Politico. See more news at Dive Deeper weekly news reviews.

Latest health news : Indonesia finance minister defends plan to raise cigarette prices: Indonesia’s finance minister defended on Monday a plan to raise cigarette prices by more than a third from next year to reduce smoking rates, after some in the tobacco industry said it would encourage illegal manufacturing and threaten jobs. Three dead, hundreds ill in Spain listeria outbreak: WHO: Three people have died and at least 222 have been infected in Spain’s largest ever outbreak of listeria, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday. Tanzania’s Zanzibar begins to register traditional healers: Zanzibar’s traditional healers with their toolkits of herbs, holy scriptures and massages are being registered by authorities keen to regulate the practitioners who treat everything from depression to hernias.