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Infosys says seeing client-specific softness after Brexit

Aug 26, 2016

Infosys says seeing client-specific softness after Brexit

Infosys says will be in a better position by October to evaluate the impact of this on its earnings outlook for the current fiscal year #Infosys #European Union #Guidance #Brexit #earnings outlook
Obama-Clinton policies have sacrificed American safety, alleges Donald Trump

Aug 25, 2016

Obama-Clinton policies have sacrificed American safety, alleges Donald Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has alleged that the eight years of Obama-Clinton policies have sacrificed American safety and undermined its freedom and independence. #Obama #Donald Trump #European Union #Clinton Foundation #clinton #Brexit
France, Germany and Italy confident that Britain's exit will not kill EU

Aug 23, 2016

France, Germany and Italy confident that Britain's exit will not kill EU

The leaders of France, Germany and Italy insisted that Britain's decision to quit the European Union would not kill the bloc. #France #NewsTracker #Europe #Germany #European Union #Italy #Brexit
At least 100 migrants rescued after boats ran aground off Greece

Aug 20, 2016

At least 100 migrants rescued after boats ran aground off Greece

Around 100 migrants were rescued after their boats ran aground on Friday off the coast of Greece, police said, while two Syrian girls, one of them a baby, drowned off the Libyan coast. #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #EU #Athens #immigrants #refugees #Aegean islands
Leaked German document exposes Turkey's alleged links to Islamist groups

Aug 16, 2016

Leaked German document exposes Turkey's alleged links to Islamist groups

The German government says the "Islamisation" of Turkey's domestic and foreign policy has made the country a hub for Islamist groups. #Terrorism #US #NewsTracker #Israel #Germany #European Union #Turkey #BND #Frank-Walter Steinmeier
UK vows to replace EU funding for farmers, scientists, post Brexit

Aug 13, 2016

UK vows to replace EU funding for farmers, scientists, post Brexit

The UK currently pays money into the EU budget, which will stop once it formally leaves the bloc #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #UK #Brexit
About six million Europeans have quit smoking with e-cigarette use: Study

Aug 11, 2016

About six million Europeans have quit smoking with e-cigarette use: Study

Use of electronic cigarettes, popularly known as e-cigarettes, has helped more than six million smokers in the European Union quit smoking, estimates a new study. #European Union #Smoking #E-cigarettes #electronic cigarettes
Ukraine denies Russian statement on attempted armed invasion of Crimea

Aug 11, 2016

Ukraine denies Russian statement on attempted armed invasion of Crimea

Ukraine has denied a statement by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) on troops attempting to invade Crimea and plotting terror attacks on the peninsula #United States #NewsTracker #Russia #European Union #Moscow #Ukraine #Crimea
Thailand's govt hits back at critics, calls referendum 'free and fair'

Aug 10, 2016

Thailand's govt hits back at critics, calls referendum 'free and fair'

Responding to the slew of criticism ahead of a constitutional referendum in the country, Thai authorities on Wednesday defended the vote as "free and fair", media reported #NewsTracker #European Union #Thailand #Junta #Referendum #Foreign Ministry #Prayuth Chan-ocha