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India International Challenge badminton: Ajay Jayaram, Mugda Agrey favourites in men's and women's singles
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India International Challenge badminton: Ajay Jayaram, Mugda Agrey favourites in men's and women's singles

In the Women Singles, World No 38 Porntip Buranaprasertsuk of Thailand and Mugda Agrey of India will be favourites to win the title

UN humanitarian chief on Syria: Take action to end 'bloody onslaught', else it will create worst humanitarian disaster
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UN humanitarian chief on Syria: Take action to end 'bloody onslaught', else it will create worst humanitarian disaster

The UN humanitarian chief urged the Security Council to take action to end the 'bloody onslaught' in Syria's last opposition-held stronghold, warning that continued violence could create the worst humanitarian disaster of the 21st century.

G20 Summit in Osaka: International leaders discuss trade, terrorism and elections as Day 1 comes to an end
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G20 Summit in Osaka: International leaders discuss trade, terrorism and elections as Day 1 comes to an end

World leaders, including Trump, Putin, Xi and Modi met at the G20 Osaka Summit in Japan.

Oil price firms as OPEC, Russia likely to agree on output cuts next week; rising US supply stems gains
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Oil price firms as OPEC, Russia likely to agree on output cuts next week; rising US supply stems gains

Despite the firmer prices, crude oil has lost almost a third in value since early October because of an emerging supply glut following a global surge in production.

Canada apologises for turning away Jewish refugee ship fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939, before start of World War II
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Canada apologises for turning away Jewish refugee ship fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939, before start of World War II

On 15 May, 1939 the ocean liner MS St. Louis departed Germany and crossed the Atlantic with 907 German Jews aboard, desperate for refuge from persecution.

Iraqi Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani to step down after independence referendum; clashes break out around parliament
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Iraqi Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani to step down after independence referendum; clashes break out around parliament

Clashes raged in front of Irbil's parliament building after the president of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, Masoud Barzani, dissolved his powers as president on Monday

US, China agree to reduce trade deficit in first economic talks under Trump administration
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US, China agree to reduce trade deficit in first economic talks under Trump administration

US and China have agreed to cooperate on reducing the trade deficit in the first round of economic talks under the Trump administration

World leaders wrap up meetings at G20 summit amid violent public protests in Hamburg
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World leaders wrap up meetings at G20 summit amid violent public protests in Hamburg

World leaders are wrapping up their search for common ground on trade, climate change and other issues at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg on Saturday

Narendra Modi arrives in Hamburg ahead of G20 summit after three-day Israel visit
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Narendra Modi arrives in Hamburg ahead of G20 summit after three-day Israel visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday arrived in the German city Hamburg to attend the G20 Summit, where he is likely to also meet BRICS leaders

John McAfee settles lawsuit against Intel Corp over his right to use his name for his own projects
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John McAfee settles lawsuit against Intel Corp over his right to use his name for his own projects

Intel countered by accusing McAfee of trademark infringement and unfair competition and sought unspecified damages.

The launch of China's heaviest satellite ends in disaster as rocket fails after lift off
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The launch of China's heaviest satellite ends in disaster as rocket fails after lift off

The Long March-5 Y2 rocket takes off from Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in Wenchang, Hainan Province, China on 2 July.

Trans-Pacific Partnership can be ratified in US, says Barack Obama
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Trans-Pacific Partnership can be ratified in US, says Barack Obama

President Barack Obama said on Monday that he remained confident the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would be ratified in the United States.

Child pornography bust: 60 arrested in 97 raids involving 12 nations
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Child pornography bust: 60 arrested in 97 raids involving 12 nations

Officials say that 60 people have been arrested in an operation against child pornography in 10 Latin American countries, as well as Spain and the United States.

Iran sees progress in talks with powers on nuclear deal implementation
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Iran sees progress in talks with powers on nuclear deal implementation

senior Iranian official indicated on Tuesday that progress was being achieved in expert-level talks between Tehran and six world powers over the implementation of a landmark nuclear deal.

With US going ahead, Netanyahu visits Russia to lobby against Iran deal
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With US going ahead, Netanyahu visits Russia to lobby against Iran deal

Netanyahu was due to meet President Vladimir Putin as envoys from Russia, the United States, China, France, Britain and Germany began a third and possibly conclusive round of talks with Iran in Geneva on easing economic sanctions in return for curbs on Tehran's disputed nuclear program.