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Paris prosecutor opens manslaughter probe into crashed EgyptAir jet | Reuters

Jun 27, 2016

Paris prosecutor opens manslaughter probe into crashed EgyptAir jet | Reuters

PARIS/CAIRO The Paris prosecutor's office on Monday opened a manslaughter investigation into the crash of EgyptAir flight MS804, as the doomed jet's black box memory chips were sent to France for repair. #Economy #India #Middle East #Europe #Argentina #Entertainment #article
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down restrictive Texas abortion law | Reuters

Jun 27, 2016

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down restrictive Texas abortion law | Reuters

WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to abortion rights advocates, striking down a Texas law imposing strict regulations on abortion doctors and facilities that its critics contended were specifically designed to shut down clinics #Sports #United States #Economy #Business #United Kingdom #Entertainment #article
Berlin and Paris send conflicting signals on Brexit | Reuters

Jun 27, 2016

Berlin and Paris send conflicting signals on Brexit | Reuters

PARIS/BERLIN Germany and France agree on one thing: that Europe must change following the shock of last week's Brexit referendum. But after years of economic and political crisis in Europe that have left deep scars in Berlin and Paris, there appears to be little agreement between the bloc's top two powers about what kind of change is needed and how fast it should come. That suggests that the Franco-German engine that has powered the EU for decades may struggle to deliver the change many European officials feel is necessary to win back the support of citizens, fight off a right-wing populist surge and avert a gradual disintegration of the bloc #United States #Economy #Europe #markets #United Kingdom #Foreign policy
Italy rescues over 3,300 migrants over weekend | Reuters

Jun 27, 2016

Italy rescues over 3,300 migrants over weekend | Reuters

MILAN Italian coastguard and navy ships rescued over 3,300 migrants in 26 separate operations in the Mediterranean over the weekend, a spokesperson for the Italian navy told Reuters on Sunday. #United States #Economy #Business #science #Europe #markets #United Kingdom
Seven people killed in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen - residents | Reuters

Jun 26, 2016

Seven people killed in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen - residents | Reuters

DUBAI Saudi-led airstrikes killed at least seven people in Yemen on Sunday, residents said, as U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon flew to Kuwait to try and galvanise peace talks on the conflict. Yemen is more than 15 months into a war involving a Saudi-led Arab coalition that intervened to prevent Iranian-allied Houthis from overthrowing the government #Economy #Islam #Middle East #science #Foreign policy
Spain votes to break political deadlock, far left set to rise | Reuters

Jun 26, 2016

Spain votes to break political deadlock, far left set to rise | Reuters

MADRID Spaniards voted on Sunday in a parliamentary election in which the anti-austerity party Podemos is expected to make big gains, potentially delivering a fresh jolt to Europe's political mainstream after Britain voted to leave the European Union. #Economy #India #science #markets #Entertainment #polls #article
Belgium arrests two over terrorist activity | Reuters

Jun 26, 2016

Belgium arrests two over terrorist activity | Reuters

BRUSSELS Belgium arrested two people and charged them with "participating in activities of a terrorist group", federal prosecutors said on Saturday, part of wide-ranging investigations following the deadly attacks in Paris and Brussels that have been claimed by Islamic State. The prosecution said in a statement police searched houses overnight in the towns of Verviers and Tournai. #Economy #France #Middle East #markets #article
Irish unity vote for later, not now - foreign minister | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Irish unity vote for later, not now - foreign minister | Reuters

DUBLIN The future unification of Ireland would be in the best interests of its citizens, but holding a referendum while the British government is negotiating its exit from the EU would only cause division, Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan said on Saturday. Northern Ireland's deputy leader Martin McGuinness called on Friday for a vote to unite Ireland with the British-run province to the north #United States #Economy #science #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #article
Somali Islamist militants attack hotel in Mogadishu | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Somali Islamist militants attack hotel in Mogadishu | Reuters

MOGADISHU Somalia's al Shabaab Islamist group launched a suicide bomb attack on a hotel in the centre of Mogadishu on Saturday before fighters stormed inside, police and the militant group said. Police said at least seven people had died and 10 others were wounded. Gunfire echoed round the seaside city after the blast and ambulances raced to the scene. #United States #Economy #Business #Middle East #Africa #United Kingdom #article
Brexit verdict won't affect South Asian migrants, says sociologist Dipankar Gupta

Jun 25, 2016

Brexit verdict won't affect South Asian migrants, says sociologist Dipankar Gupta

The new found nationalism in Europe and UK is different from the nationalism of the past because it is headed by older people and those in non-metro locations, says eminent sociologist and public intellectual Dipankar Gupta. #Economy #globalisation #European Union #Poland #TheySaidIt #EU #Immigration #Britain #Marine Le Pen #Brexit #Geert Wilders