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Britain's Daily Mail newspaper backs Theresa May to succeed Cameron | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

Britain's Daily Mail newspaper backs Theresa May to succeed Cameron | Reuters

LONDON Britain's right-leaning Daily Mail newspaper endorsed Home Secretary Theresa May to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron in an editorial posted online on Thursday, saying she could heal divisions exposed by the country's vote to leave the European Union. "The Mail believes only Mrs May has the right qualities, the stature and experience to unite both her party and the country — and possibly usher in a new, cleaner, more honest kind of politics," the commentary said. Earlier, May launched her bid to replace Cameron, who resigned in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, with a vow to honour the outcome of that vote and lead the country out of the bloc #United States #Economy #Middle East #science #Europe #Argentina #United Kingdom
Obama to sign Puerto Rico debt bill on Thursday - White House | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

Obama to sign Puerto Rico debt bill on Thursday - White House | Reuters

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is set to sign into law a relief plan to help Puerto Rico address its $70 billion debt, the White House said. Obama will sign the bill in the Oval Office on Thursday at 4 p.m. #United States #India #science #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #article
Violence, settlements, Gaza undermine hope for Mideast peace: U.N. | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Violence, settlements, Gaza undermine hope for Mideast peace: U.N. | Reuters

UNITED NATIONS Violence and incitement, settlement expansion and a lack of control of Gaza by the Palestinian Authority are undermining hope for Middle East peace, a senior U.N. official said on Thursday, citing a report by the Middle East peace "Quartet" #Sports #United States #Economy #Middle East #science
In Egypt, Sisi's star fades as problems pile up | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

In Egypt, Sisi's star fades as problems pile up | Reuters

CAIRO It is a hot afternoon in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan and the New Cairo club house is empty. Hisham Genena, Egypt's erstwhile corruption tsar, settles in a corner. #United States #India #Business #Islam #Egypt #science #Argentina
Germany had highest number of births for 15 years in 2015 | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Germany had highest number of births for 15 years in 2015 | Reuters

BERLIN More babies were born in Germany in 2015 than in any year since 2000, the Federal Statistics Office said on Thursday, adding however that even more people had died. Europe's biggest economy is struggling with the ageing of its population #India #Middle East #science #Health #Argentina #United Kingdom
Fire in Kuwait villa kills nine people | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Fire in Kuwait villa kills nine people | Reuters

DOHA A fire which broke out at a villa housing expatriate workers in Kuwait on Thursday killed nine Asian residents including children and injured 23, a Fire Service Directorate spokesman said. Six people, at least one of whom was a child, suffocated to death after a blaze tore through a house that had been subdivided into multiple residences in Farwaniya, a suburb 15 km (10 miles) south of Kuwait City, and three others died from injuries in hospital, the spokesman said. He did not give details of the victims' nationalities or identities. #United States #Economy #India #Business #science #Entertainment
Delhi University cut-off list: Nothing less than 95%; for the rest, there's always Sanskrit

Jun 30, 2016

Delhi University cut-off list: Nothing less than 95%; for the rest, there's always Sanskrit

DU’s first cut-off list remains too high; beyond the reach of thousands of students, who otherwise did considerably well in their board exams. #science #Education #Delhi University #Sanskrit #cut-off #DU #college education #Commerce #Colleges #marks #Humanties
Brazil could dismiss Rousseff the day before Olympics ends | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Brazil could dismiss Rousseff the day before Olympics ends | Reuters

BRASILIA Brazil's Senate could take its final vote on the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff the day before the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, a senior lawmaker said on Wednesday. Senate President Renan Calheiros told journalists the final vote in Rousseff's impeachment trial was scheduled for around Aug. 20. #Business #Brazil #France #science #markets #Olympics #United Kingdom
Brazil Senate planning impeachment vote for last days of Olympics | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Brazil Senate planning impeachment vote for last days of Olympics | Reuters

BRASILIA Brazil's Senate will likely take its final vote on the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff on Aug. #Business #science #markets #Olympics #United Kingdom #Entertainment
As Duterte takes over in Philippines, police killings stir fear | Reuters

Jun 29, 2016

As Duterte takes over in Philippines, police killings stir fear | Reuters

MANILA Two things catch the eye in the office of Joselito Esquivel, a police colonel enforcing a national crackdown on drugs in the Philippines' most crime-ridden district: a pair of boxing gloves in a display cabinet and an M4 assault rifle lying beside him. #Business #France #Middle East #science #Health #markets #Argentina