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IAEA says Iran uranium stockpile reduced, but questions remain | Reuters

VIENNA Iran's stockpile of low-enriched uranium gas dropped below the maximum level required under a 2013 interim nuclear agreement with world powers, a U.N. #Entertainment #Europe #India #markets #Technology

26 mins ago

IAEA says Iran uranium stockpile reduced, but questions remain | Reuters

VIENNA Iran's stockpile of low-enriched uranium gas dropped below the maximum level required under a 2013 interim nuclear agreement with world powers, a U.N. report showed, but a U.S. think-tank suggested Tehran had not entirely met its obligations. #India #opinion #science #United Kingdom #United States

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Exclusive – U.S., Venezuela launch quiet diplomacy to ease acrimony | Reuters

WASHINGTON The United States and Venezuela have embarked on their most extensive dialogue in years in an attempt to improve their acrimonious relations, according to a senior U.S. administration official. #Entertainment #India #Latin America #markets #opinion #Technology

Jul 2, 2015

In emails, Hillary’s outside advisers pushed hawkish Afghan line | Reuters

WASHINGTON In the fall of 2009, as U.S. President Barack Obama conducted a long, divisive review of whether to pour more U.S. troops into Afghanistan, an influential group of advisors were quietly pushing a hawkish line #Afghanistan #Argentina #Business #Foreign policy #United Kingdom

Jul 2, 2015

Houthi shells kill 18 in Yemen, dengue fever spreading rapidly | Reuters

ADEN Shells fired by Yemen's dominant Houthi group killed 18 people near the southern port city of Aden early on Wednesday, local officials and witnesses said, while the United Nations warned a dengue fever outbreak in Aden was rapidly gaining pace. #Business #Diseases #Latin America #Middle East #Security #Technology #United Kingdom

Jul 2, 2015

Libya PM hopes for deal with rivals, Tripoli delays | Reuters

VALLETTA Libya's internationally recognised prime minister said he hoped to reach a power-sharing peace agreement on Thursday with his rivals during U.N.-backed talks to end a conflict that threatens to break up the country. Libya has two governments and parliaments, with the recognised government operating out of the country's east since an armed alliance known as Libya Dawn took over the capital Tripoli, in the west, and declared its own government last year. Abdullah al-Thinni, who leads the government based in the eastern city of Tobruk, flew to Malta on Wednesday for talks with the Maltese prime minister, Joseph Muscat #Business #Entertainment #Middle East #Security #Technology

Jul 2, 2015

Democrat Clinton raises $45 million since April U.S. campaign launch | Reuters

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton has raised more than $45 million since she entered the race in April, aides said on Wednesday, setting a fast pace in what is sure to be the most expensive U.S. #Argentina #clinton #India #Latin America #markets #opinion

Jul 2, 2015

Fleeing a crisis, Greek migrants flock back to Australia | Reuters

MELBOURNE Greek translator Nikos Fotakis considers himself one of the lucky ones. At 39, he found himself virtually penniless, in debt, and desperate for ways to support his wife and two young children. His escape route came via his wife's birthplace #Europe #France #graphics #Latin America #opinion

Jul 2, 2015

Indian businesses turn sceptical on Modi’s landmark tax reform | Reuters

NEW DELHI For years Indian businesses have lobbied for a nationwide sales tax, hoping to replace a chaotic structure that inflates costs and halts their trucks at state borders for duty payments, and to unify the country into one of the world's largest single markets. #Argentina #Economy #Entertainment #Health #India #markets #United States

Jul 2, 2015

Indian businesses turn sceptical on Modi’s landmark tax reform | Reuters

NEW DELHI For years Indian businesses have lobbied for a nationwide sales tax, hoping to replace a chaotic structure that inflates costs and halts their trucks at state borders for duty payments, and to unify the country into one of the world's largest single markets. But after political compromises that finally got a goods and services tax (GST) bill before parliament, they have turned wary. India's top business groups are now calling for a slowdown in the process as they try to roll back those compromises, putting them at odds with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who wants to push through what he touts as the country's biggest tax reform since independence nearly 70 years ago #Business #India #markets #Middle East #opinion #United Kingdom #United States