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U.N. can't verify incendiary bombs in Syria, concerned by reports | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

U.N. can't verify incendiary bombs in Syria, concerned by reports | Reuters

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations is concerned by the Syrian opposition's accusations that incendiary weapons have been used in Syria but said on Friday it is unable to verify the reports. The Syrian opposition High Negotiations Committee called on U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday to launch an investigation into its accusations that Russia has used air-delivered incendiary weapons and cluster bombs in Syria #India #Middle East #Russia #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Analysis: Brexit threatens to undermine U.S.-Britain special relationship | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Analysis: Brexit threatens to undermine U.S.-Britain special relationship | Reuters

WASHINGTON Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could send damaging shockwaves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions about London’s willingness and ability to back U.S.-led efforts in global crises ranging from the Middle East to Ukraine. The loss of the strongest pro-U.S. #France #United Kingdom #Entertainment #Foreign policy #article
Dozens burned in Texas walking on hot coals at Tony Robbins seminar | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Dozens burned in Texas walking on hot coals at Tony Robbins seminar | Reuters

SAN ANTONIO, Texas As many as 40 people were injured after walking on hot coals as part of a self-help seminar hosted by motivational speaker Tony Robbins in Texas, fire officials said on Friday. Attendees of the "Unleash the Power Within" event, held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas, reported burns to their feet and legs just after 11 p.m. on Thursday, Dallas Fire and Rescue spokesman Jason Evans said #United States #India #Business #Middle East #Entertainment
What next for EU after Brexit bombshell? The usual.. | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

What next for EU after Brexit bombshell? The usual.. | Reuters

LUXEMBOURG As Britain's shock decision to leave the party broke on the European Union on Friday, EU ministers met as planned in Luxembourg, where they reacted to the news but quickly moved on to what the bloc does best -- sticking to the routine. "No panic," a senior diplomat told Reuters, describing the mood around the conference table. "Then the usual points, as scheduled." Echoing government leaders and the heads of EU institutions, the foreign and EU affairs ministers called in chorus for a quick and orderly divorce from Britain #Middle East #Argentina #Entertainment #Netherlands #article
Divided Britons in shock after EU vote | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Divided Britons in shock after EU vote | Reuters

LONDON/EDINBURGH Britons reacted with shock on Friday to their country's decision to leave the European Union, whether they welcomed "independence" day or were horrified by the outcome. The vote, after a bitter campaign, split the country along several faultlines, old vs young, England and Wales vs Scotland and Northern Ireland and people in northern England suffering economic hardship vs richer city dwellers in the south. #United States #France #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment
UK PM Cameron says will step down by October after Brexit vote | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

UK PM Cameron says will step down by October after Brexit vote | Reuters

LONDON David Cameron said he would resign as prime minister by October, after Britons ignored his plea to stay in the European Union and voted in a referendum to leave. Cameron addressed the world's media outside his Downing Street offices on Friday morning as financial markets pummelled sterling and investors sold off British shares after the 52-to-48-percent victory for the "Leave" campaign was confirmed #Middle East #United Kingdom #Entertainment #european #article
EU to discuss British 'divorce process' on Wednesday | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

EU to discuss British 'divorce process' on Wednesday | Reuters

BRUSSELS European Union leaders will meet without the British counterpart David Cameron on Wednesday to discuss the "divorce process" with London after Britons voted to leave the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday. The 28 EU national leaders will hold a two-day summit from Tuesday afternoon in Brussels #United States #Economy #Europe #markets #Entertainment #Foreign policy #british
Canada dilutes plan to limit low-wage temporary foreign workers | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Canada dilutes plan to limit low-wage temporary foreign workers | Reuters

OTTAWA Canada's Liberal government on Thursday watered down measures to limit the number of low-wage temporary foreign workers firms can hire after complaints the restrictions would cause major labour shortages. Under rules introduced by the previous Conservative administration, the number of low-skilled foreign workers a firm could employ would have dropped to 10 percent on July 1 from 20 percent currently #Africa #United Kingdom #Jamaica #Entertainment #Guatemala #article
Ex-U.N. General Assembly president died in weight-lifting accident | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Ex-U.N. General Assembly president died in weight-lifting accident | Reuters

NEW YORK The death of John Ashe, a former United Nations General Assembly president accused by U.S. prosecutors of taking bribes, was an accident caused by neck trauma he suffered while lifting a barbell, a medical examiner concluded on Thursday. Ashe, 61, died on Wednesday afternoon due to "traumatic asphyxia," an official with the Westchester County Office of the Medical Examiner said, contradicting reports that he died of a heart attack #Business #Middle East #Crime #Argentina #New York #Entertainment #article