‘Lethal Weapon’ Season 1 Spoilers: Episode 2 Synopsis Released Online; What Will Happen In ‘Surf N Turf’? [VIDEO]

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Trish Murtaugh (Keesha Sharp) becomes concerned about her husband’s health in Season 1, episode 2 of “Lethal Weapon.” According to the synopsis for the episode, titled “Surf N Turf,” Trish starts to worry about Roger’s (Damon Wayans) physical condition as his continued partnership with the reckless yet quick-witted ex-Navy SEAL Martin Riggs (Clayne Crawford) tests his limits.

‘Pokémon GO’ Gets Capture Location Feature, New Gameplay Feature For Pokémon GO Plus Accessory In Latest Update

Trading 26 sept 2016 Commentaire »
Niantic Labs started to roll out a new update for its mega-successful “Pokémon GO” app for iOS and Android just this Thursday. Though it came with new features, it failed to deliver the enhanced tracking system that was previously tested out less than two months ago.

New Zealand Has NZ$1.265 Billion Trade Deficit

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New Zealand posted a merchandise trade deficit of NZ$1.265 billion in August, Statistics New Zealand said on Monday - representing 37 percent of exports.

The headline figure missed forecasts for a shortfall of NZ$735 million following the NZ$433 million deficit in July.

Exports were worth NZ$3.39 billion, shy of forecasts for NZ$3.60 billion and down NZ$323 million from NZ$3.96 billion in the previous month.

Milk powder, butter, and cheese led the fall, down NZ$135 million (22 percent). All top destinations of milk powder fell in value and quantity, with both China and the United Arab Emirates seeing a drop in value of over half.

Meat and edible offal fell NZ$111 million (26 percent), with falls in beef and lamb. The United States had the largest fall in beef, and the United Kingdom had the largest fall in lamb. The fall in meat exports is partly due to a record high meat season this time last year.

Logs, wood, and wood articles rose NZ$102 million (34 percent), led by untreated logs. Led by untreated logs, the commodity group hit a new high for export value and was up 3.7 percent from the previous high in August 2013.

"The large fall in export value this month comes off the back of high export volumes in the June quarter," international statistics senior manager Stuart Jones said. "Logs are the only major commodity to continue high volumes and values through to August."

Imports came in at NZ$4.65 billion versus expectations for NZ$4.30 billion and up from NZ$4.40 billion a month earlier.

Capital goods led the fall in imports, down NZ$195 million (45 percent). Crude oil fell NZ$106 million (38 percent) in value and 16 percent in quantity. Excluding petroleum products and aircraft and parts, goods imports rose NZ$182 million (4.4 percent).


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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Replacement Still Problematic? Users Complain Over New Battery Issues

Trading 26 sept 2016 Commentaire »
Despite Samsung’s best efforts in containing its problem that sprang from the faulty batteries of its Galaxy Note 7 handsets, there seems to be no end to the nightmarish setback that is plaguing its latest flagship device. Though many are thankful that replacements have started to arrive on certain markets, there are new battery issues with the replacement handsets that could lead to another global commotion.

Women’s Rights: Saudi Women Seek End To Guardianship System

Trading 26 sept 2016 Commentaire »
Saudi women are asking King Salman to eliminate the male guardianship system, saying they want to be treated as adults. The women sent an open letter to King Salman and started a Twitter campaign — #FreeThem, #StopEnslavingSaudiWomen, #IAmMyOwnGuardian and #TogetherToEndMaleGuardianship — that has gone viral, Human Rights Watch reported Saturday.

New Zealand August Trade Deficit NZ$1.265 Billion

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New Zealand had a merchandise trade deficit of NZ$1.265 billion in August, Statistics New Zealand said on Monday.

That missed forecasts for a shortfall of NZ$735 million following the NZ$433 million deficit in July.

Exports were worth NZ$3.39 billion, shy of forecasts for NZ$3.60 billion and down from NZ$3.96 billion in the previous month.

Imports came in at NZ$4.65 billion versus expectations for NZ$4.30 billion and up from NZ$4.40 billion a month earlier.


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*New Zealand Exports -8.7% On Year In Augus

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New Zealand Exports -8.7% On Year In Augus


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*New Zealand Trade Deficit NZ$1.265 Billion In August

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New Zealand Trade Deficit NZ$1.265 Billion In August


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New Zealand Trade Data Due On Monday

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New Zealand will on Monday release August figures for imports, exports and trade balance, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

Imports were worth NZ$4.40 billion in July, while exports were at NZ$3.96 billion for a trade deficit of NZ$433 million.

Japan will see final July numbers for its leading and coincident indexes; their previous scores were 100.0 and 112.8, respectively.

Singapore will provide August figures for industrial production; in July, output sank 4.0 percent on month and 3.6 percent on year.

Malaysia will release July data for unemployment; in June, the jobless rate was 3.5 percent and the participation rate was 67.7 percent.


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Play ‘Battlefield 1’ Eight Days Before Its Release — Find Out How

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EA DICE and Electronic Arts’ “Battlefield 1” is scheduled for release on Oct. 21. But for players who are very eager to test out the first-person shooter, there’s actually a way for you to enjoy at least 10 hours of game time as early as Oct. 13. According to Polygon, EA DICE has announced that players can spend time with “Battlefield 1” via the “Play First Trial” that would go live on EA Access and Origin Access eights days ahead of the game’s official release.