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EgyptAir Flight 804 broke up in midair after a fire - NY Times | Reuters

Jul 23, 2016

EgyptAir Flight 804 broke up in midair after a fire - NY Times | Reuters

Evidence gathered in an investigation into the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 in the Mediterranean Sea in May shows the plane likely broke up in midair after a fire near or inside the cockpit that quickly overwhelmed the crew, according to Egyptian officials involved in the inquiry, the New York Times reported on Friday. But the officials could not determine whether the fire thought to have caused the crash had been set off by a mechanical malfunction or by a malicious act, the report said. ( nyti.ms/2aBGDIn ) The findings are based on information from the Airbus A320’s flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder along with an analysis of the condition and distribution of recovered debris, including human remains, according to forensic and aviation officials in Cairo, the report said. #India #Egypt #Europe #Entertainment #Foreign policy
Kaine leads as Democrat Clinton nears a running mate choice | Reuters

Jul 23, 2016

Kaine leads as Democrat Clinton nears a running mate choice | Reuters

WASHINGTON Democrat Hillary Clinton was close to announcing her vice presidential candidate on Friday, with leading contender U.S. Senator Tim Kaine seen as a safe choice that allows her ticket to present itself as a steady alternative to the unpredictable campaign of Republican rival Donald Trump. #United States #India #science #Hillary Clinton #Argentina #Entertainment
As Republicans anoint Trump, party grapples with identity crisis | Reuters

Jul 23, 2016

As Republicans anoint Trump, party grapples with identity crisis | Reuters

CLEVELAND On the floor and corridors of the basketball arena hosting the Republican National Convention, in restaurants and bars, hotel lobbies and conference rooms across Cleveland, the talk was of the rise of Donald Trump, whose unlikely presidential candidacy has caused seismic fractures in the Republican Party. While the venues changed, the question didn't: Where do we go from here? #Sports #Business #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment #Election
Gunmen kill six in Munich shopping mall, three shooters on the run | Reuters

Jul 23, 2016

Gunmen kill six in Munich shopping mall, three shooters on the run | Reuters

MUNICH Gunmen attacked a busy mall in the German city of Munich on Friday evening, killing at least six people and sending shoppers running for their lives from what police said was a terrorist attack. Authorities told the public to get off the streets as the city - Germany's third biggest - went into lockdown with transport halted and highways sealed off. A police spokesman said three gunmen were on the run after the initial shooting subsided #United States #science #markets #Crime #Argentina #Entertainment
'Kabali' fever catches up with the Indian cricket team as Raina, Ashwin come out rooting

Jul 22, 2016

'Kabali' fever catches up with the Indian cricket team as Raina, Ashwin come out rooting

Ravinchandra Ashwin and Suresh Raina, who used to represent Chennai Super Kings have expressed their excitement about 'Kabali'. #Cricket #movies #Suresh Raina #Entertainment #SportsTracker #Ravichandran Ashwin #Kabali #India in West Indies 2016
Scientists hunt 'anti-evolution' drugs in new cancer fight | Reuters

Jul 22, 2016

Scientists hunt 'anti-evolution' drugs in new cancer fight | Reuters

LONDON Scientists are opening a new front in the war on cancer with plans to develop "anti-evolution" drugs to stop tumor cells from developing resistance to treatment. Britain's Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), one of the world's top cancer centers, said on Friday its initiative was the first to have at its heart the target of overcoming cancer evolution and drug resistance. #Sports #United States #Business #France #Health #Entertainment #article
CORRECTED - Trump will use speech to pledge law and order if elected | Reuters

Jul 22, 2016

CORRECTED - Trump will use speech to pledge law and order if elected | Reuters

CLEVELAND Donald Trump on Thursday will vow to restore law and order to the United States and create new jobs if elected president, making a case for why Americans should choose him over Democrat Hillary Clinton in a speech accepting the Republican Party's nomination. "I’m with you, I will fight for you, and I will win for you," Trump will say, according to speech excerpts released by his campaign. Trump, in a speech at the Republican National Convention scheduled for 10:15 p.m. #Economy #India #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment #article #graphics
France tells Palestinian leader of concern at Mideast situation | Reuters

Jul 22, 2016

France tells Palestinian leader of concern at Mideast situation | Reuters

PARIS French President Francois Hollande on Thursday told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas of his concern at the "fragility" of the situation in the Middle East in a context of mounting violence, the president's office said. In a statement after the two leaders met in Paris, the French president's office said France was committed to leading international efforts to help secure peace between Israel and the Palestinians. #United States #India #Bangladesh #United Kingdom #Entertainment
NATO commitment without caveats - British defence secretary | Reuters

Jul 22, 2016

NATO commitment without caveats - British defence secretary | Reuters

WASHINGTON NATO's mutual defence guarantee is a commitment that comes without any "conditions or caveats," British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Thursday. "It is an absolute commitment that we help each other if any one member of NATO is attacked," Fallon said in Washington. #United States #India #Russia #Europe #markets #Entertainment
U.S. Republicans divided ahead of big Trump speech | Reuters

Jul 22, 2016

U.S. Republicans divided ahead of big Trump speech | Reuters

CLEVELAND A defiant Ted Cruz said on Thursday he refused to be Donald Trump's "servile puppy dog," further exposing Republican rifts just as Trump seeks to unite the party and rally Americans behind his unconventional White House bid. Cruz, the U.S. senator who came in second to Trump in the race for the Republican nomination after a bitter campaign, was booed by delegates at the party's convention in Cleveland on Wednesday night when he refused to endorse Trump in a high-profile speech #Business #Health #United Kingdom #Entertainment #Election