What We Read Today 28 November 2014

November 28th, 2014
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Econintersect: Every day our editors collect the most interesting things they find from around the internet and present a summary "reading list" which will include very brief summaries (and sometimes longer ones) of why each item has gotten our attention. Suggestions from readers for "reading list" items are gratefully reviewed, although sometimes space limits the number included.

  • E-cigarettes contain 10 times amount of carcinogens: Japan research (Agence France-Presse, MSN News) A new research report finds that ENDS (Electronic Nicotine Delivery System) may be far more hazardous to your health than traditional tobacco cigarettes. Only one brand was tested but all e-cigarettes will probably be in the lab very soon.

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  • OPEC Leaves Output Ceiling Unchanged (Wael Mahdi, Maher Chmaytelli and Laura Hurst, Bloomberg) Oil plummeted in price following OPEC's decision to leave oil production limits unchanged. Brent crude, which is traded in London, dropped by as much as 8% to prices below $75. (This is not shown in the graph below.) At 4 pm the price for Brent in London was $72.94. U.S. oil (WTI, West Texas Intermediate benchmark) dropped below $70, last reported at $69 in New York. See also articles 'behind the wall' (premium content for subscribers).


  • Articles about events, conflicts and disease around the world


Sierra Leone to Eclipse Liberia in Ebola Cases (The New York Times)


Rescuers in Yemen Sought American, Officials Say (The New York Times)

Iran, Saudi Arabia find common ground in Yemen (Al-Monitor)


British brothers sentenced for Syria training (Al Jazeera)

Conflicting Policies on Syria and Islamic State Erode U.S. Standing in Mideast (The New York Times)


Mosul residents: ISIS cuts phone lines in Iraq city (Fox News)

ISIS fails to take Iraq’s oil-rich Kirkuk (Al Arabiya)


Iran’s Supreme Leader Says He Doesn’t Disagree With Nuclear Talks Extension (The New York Times)


Christian village welcomes fleeing Tatar Muslims (Al Jazeera)


Sanctions, Oil Could Weaken Russia's Rule in the North Caucasus (GeoPoltitical Monitor)


US drone strike in Pakistan kills five suspected Taliban fighters: US drone strike in Pakistan kills five suspected Taliban fighters (Al Jazeera)


Philippine Growth Slows to 3-Year Low: Third-Quarter Growth Slows to 5.3% as Government Spending and Agricultural Production Contract (The Wall Street Journal)


Turning Mexico’s kingpins into cartelitos: Drug trafficking organizations are rapidly splintering, but there’s no end in sight to the violence (Al Jazeera)

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