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Daily News March 2, 2016

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Samarco reaches $5.1 billion deal with government over dam disaster   Mining company Samarco and its owners, BHP Billiton and Vale, reached a deal with the Brazilian government on Wednesday to pay an estimated $5.1 billion in damages over 15 years for a deadly dam spill in November. Considered Brazil’s worst environmental disaster, the burst tailings dam in the state of Minas Gerais killed 19 people, left hundreds homeless and polluted a major river. Reuters reports.   U.S. airlines vie for Cuba flights   U.S. airlines are looking to serve Cuba primarily from their large hub cities, with Havana being […]
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