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HWL: Our impatience against Italy could have proved very costly, says Rani Rampal

Jul 03, 2015

HWL: Our impatience against Italy could have proved very costly, says Rani Rampal

Rani Rampal played a key role in Indian eves' win over Italy in a play-off match of the Hockey World League Semifinals here to keep their Rio Olympic dreams alive, but the ace striker feels they could have paid a heavy price for their impatience on Thursday. #Sports #India #hockey #Italy #SportsTracker #Rani Rampal #Rio Olympics #Hockey World League Semifinals
Austria, Hungary, Serbia call for help in migrant crisis| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Austria, Hungary, Serbia call for help in migrant crisis| Reuters

BUDAPEST Austria, Hungary and Serbia called on the European Union on Tuesday to step up efforts to fight human smuggling through the Balkans and not just focus on southern immigration routes. Austria has become the biggest target of illegal immigrants and most of them reach the landlocked country through the Balkans, Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said. "We are at the limits of our ability to bear the burden," she told a joint news conference with her Hungarian and Serbian colleagues #United States #Technology #Europe #Italy #Latin America #Hungary
Pope plans to chew coca leaves in Bolivia - minister| Reuters

Jun 29, 2015

Pope plans to chew coca leaves in Bolivia - minister| Reuters

LA PAZ Pope Francis has told the Bolivian government that he would like to chew coca leaves when he visits the Andean country next month, a Bolivian minister said on state television and radio on Sunday. Situated at around 3,650 meters (11,975 ft) above sea level, La Paz is one of the world's highest capital cities and for centuries local people have chewed coca leaves to ward off the effects of altitude. Although it is the key ingredient in cocaine, the unprocessed leaf is legal to use and still widely chewed in Bolivia and other Andean countries #Business #Europe #Italy #Paraguay #Christianity
Historic meeting of pope and Russian Orthodox head seen nearer| Reuters

Jun 28, 2015

Historic meeting of pope and Russian Orthodox head seen nearer| Reuters

ROME An historic meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church is "getting closer every day," a senior Orthodox prelate said in an interview published on Sunday. #United States #Middle East #Russia #Italy #Argentina #Entertainment
From menu of crises, Greece eats into Europe's agenda| Reuters

Jun 26, 2015

From menu of crises, Greece eats into Europe's agenda| Reuters

BRUSSELS European Union leaders meeting in Brussels have a daunting list of long-running crises on their plates -- notably migrants crowding in at their southern borders, Russia growling in the east, Britain's threat to quit and a desperate need to create jobs. But Greece's looming bankruptcy next week forced its way on to a packed first-day agenda of the Brussels summit on Thursday, causing increasingly frustrated fellow leaders to again demand Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras stop asking them for favours and go and cut a cash-for-reform deal with their finance ministers #India #France #Middle East #Europe #Italy #Latin America #opinion
EU to take in 40,000 migrants from Italy, Greece - draft communique| Reuters

Jun 26, 2015

EU to take in 40,000 migrants from Italy, Greece - draft communique| Reuters

BRUSSELS EU leaders will agree on Thursday to take in 40,000 asylum-seekers from Italy and Greece to confront a growing migrant crisis in the Mediterranean but delay a decision on how to share them out, according to a draft final summit statement. Stung by the deaths this year of almost 2,000 migrants trying to reach Europe by boat, the European Union has promised an emergency response but not national quotas for housing people fleeing war and poverty in Africa and the Middle East. #India #Middle East #Greece #markets #Italy
EU states at odds on eve of summit on migration crisis| Reuters

Jun 25, 2015

EU states at odds on eve of summit on migration crisis| Reuters

BRUSSELS/VIENNA Austria threatened to reimpose controls on its Hungarian border and Britain considered adding security around the French port of Calais on Wednesday as divided EU leaders prepared to debate how to stem a flood of desperate migrants. On the eve of a Brussels summit looking for ways to spread the load of receiving hundreds of thousands fleeing poverty and war in Africa and the Middle East, the frontier rows across the 28-nation bloc were a reminder that the stakes are high. "Migration .. #India #Middle East #Greece #Italy #United Kingdom #Austria #opinion
Over 3,700 migrants rescued in Mediterranean - Italian coastguard| Reuters

Jun 24, 2015

Over 3,700 migrants rescued in Mediterranean - Italian coastguard| Reuters

ROME Ships patrolling the Mediterranean have plucked more than 3,700 migrants from overcrowded and unsafe boats in the last two days, Italy's coastguard said on Tuesday. Ships from several countries, including those taking part in a European Union mission called "Triton", went to the aid of 18 different boats carrying 2,741 migrants on Monday, a spokeswoman said. #Business #India #France #Europe #markets #Italy
Italy sets Guinness World Record with the  longest pizza

Jun 23, 2015

Italy sets Guinness World Record with the longest pizza

Italy has once again established its position as the pizza capital of the world, serving a margherita pizza that was 1.59545 kilometres, or nearly a mile #didyouknow #Italy #Pizza #Shareworthy #Milan Expo #Guiness World Records #mile long pizza #Lorenzo Vetri #world's longest pizza
Pope says abuse of migrants makes one cry, visits Turin Shroud| Reuters

Jun 21, 2015

Pope says abuse of migrants makes one cry, visits Turin Shroud| Reuters

TURIN, Italy Pope Francis said on Sunday the mistreatment of migrants escaping war and injustice "makes one cry" as he visited the northern Italian city of Turin, stopping to pray before an icon some Christians believe is Jesus' burial cloth. The Church has not taken an official position, saying the mysterious cloth known as the Shroud of Turin that has baffled scientists is at least a powerful reminder of Jesus' suffering. Francis was the latest in a string of popes to pray before the shroud, which is usually kept locked out of sight behind an altar, and is on display for only the third time in 17 years #Business #United States #science #markets #Italy #Argentina #Latin America