• 100 dead in Central African Republic town, mayor says
100 dead in Central African Republic town, mayor says

Mumuza Muhindo Musubaho, the group's project coordinator in Bria, says 35 people were wounded by 9:30 a.m., most by gunshots. Media reports suggested that at least 40 people have been killed. An estimated 41,000 people there have fled for their lives. "We regret the presence of armed elements in IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camps, which c...

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  • Luanda is the costliest city in the world for expats
Luanda is the costliest city in the world for expats

Kate Fitzpatrick, Mercer's global mobility practice leader for the United Kingdom and Ireland, said: "London did not drop as far as may be expected, with steep prices keeping [it] one of the most expensive cities for expatriates worldwide".

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  • Tata Group may buy Air India
Tata Group may buy Air India

Recently, top government representatives, including Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju have spoken openly about their plans to sell Air India. It added that the Tata Group may bring Singapore Airlines on board to buy a minority stake if the national carrier is fully privatised. Air India has been redu...

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  • Today kicks off the first day of Summer
Today kicks off the first day of Summer

In many European countries, mid-summer festivals of celebration were held around the time of the June solstice. The summer solstice is often considered to mark the start of summer. The earliest sunrise occurred back on June 14 and the latest sunrise happens in another five days. According to The Washington Post , American cities should exper...

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  • Air Chief joins nation, leads yoga session at Air Force Station
Air Chief joins nation, leads yoga session at Air Force Station

Yoga is a physical, mental, and/or spiritual practice attributed mostly to India . International Yoga Day Watch Live Online link is given below. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today led over 50,000 yoga enthusiasts in performing asanas here amid showers on the International Day of Yoga as he underlined the importance of the ancient practice in...

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  • Obama Issues Statement on Otto Warmbier's Death
Obama Issues Statement on Otto Warmbier's Death

Relatives have said US envoys told them that North Korean officials said Warmbier contracted botulism after his trial and became comatose after taking a sleeping pill. government says North Korea is using such detainees as political pawns. Another cautioned against reading too much into the message, arguing that there was no meeting earlier in ...

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  • In Phoenix, It's Hot Enough for You - 119 Degrees
In Phoenix, It's Hot Enough for You - 119 Degrees

American Airlines has already canceled dozens of flights saying the regional jets can't operate once temperatures hit 118 degrees. Seven flights were canceled Monday, with seven flights more flights delayed Tuesday, as temperatures reached 120 degrees in Phoenix .

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  • Mueller to meet with Senate Judiciary Committee senators
Mueller to meet with Senate Judiciary Committee senators

But on the Sunday talk shows, his lawyer Jay Sekulow said that the president's Tweet was in response to a Washington Post story quoting unnamed sources and that the problem was Twitter's strict limit on characters. Both have been criticized by Trump and high-profile supporters of the president. "#MAGA", Trump tweeted on June 15. "This is i...

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  • 79 feared dead in London tower fire
79 feared dead in London tower fire

The conditions due to the fire damage verge on indescribable , which is why this will be such a lengthy operation taking weeks to complete. Mr Cundy said the death toll may still change, but not as significantly as it has in recent days.

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  • NBC News Stands Firm on Megyn Kelly Interview
NBC News Stands Firm on Megyn Kelly Interview

Nevertheless, the interview may look a bit different than NBC originally planned. Megyn Kelly should've known it was coming. Kelly said she was disappointed, but defended her interview with Jones as good journalism. "These tyrants haven't figured it out yet, that information warfare is a two-way street". "And for some reason they treated ...

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  • What trading the No.1 Overall pick means for the Celtics' future
What trading the No.1 Overall pick means for the Celtics' future

This trade is huge since Philadelphia also had number one pick in last year's National Basketball Association draft, where they drafted LSU star Ben Simmons . If the more favorable of the Sixers' and Kings' 2019 first-round picks is the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft , the Sixers will instead convey the rights to the less favorable of those...

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  • Man steals mummified toe from Dawson City hotel's infamous Sourtoe Cocktail
Man steals mummified toe from Dawson City hotel's infamous Sourtoe Cocktail

The tradition of serving the shrivelled-up digit in a drink started in 1973 after a toe believed to belong to a prohibition-era rum runner was found in a cabin by boat captain Dick Stevenson, prompting him to start the "Sourtoe Cocktail Club".

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  • ICC May Scrap Champions Trophy, Bring In Two World T20s
ICC May Scrap Champions Trophy, Bring In Two World T20s

I am simply overjoyed and over the moon on this astonishing success by Sarfraz Ahmed's side. "As a bowler and as a captain when that is happening ... For him, Pakistan cricket has gone through rough times. "Victory in the final has its own significance, it has added to the confidence of the little known players who performed superbly, it has ...

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  • Modi braves rain for Yoga Day
Modi braves rain for Yoga Day

President Pranab Mukherjee today inaugurated a mass yoga demonstration at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, to commemorate the third International Day for Yoga. Though Yoga, which originated in India, has become immensely popular over the years in China vying with ancient indigenous physical fitness martial art form Tai Chi, it got an official sanction when ...

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  • Uber gives passengers 'long overdue' ability to tip drivers through app
Uber gives passengers 'long overdue' ability to tip drivers through app

It's all part of what Uber is calling a 180-day stretch of new updates and options to help make conditions better for its massive network of self-employed drivers. They are looking to make swift moves in an attempt to turn around the company's image. "Why now? Because it's the right thing to do, it's long overdue, and there's no time like the p...

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  • Global Beverage Can Market Research Report Forecast 2017
Global Beverage Can Market Research Report Forecast 2017

Firstly, the Sphygmomanometers market report gives you the basic overview of the Sphygmomanometers industry 2017. For providing the users with an exclusive view of the Acoustic Panel market , we have included in the report exhaustive analysis about the competitiveness among different market players.

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  • Brady Singer, Florida topple Louisville at College World Series
Brady Singer, Florida topple Louisville at College World Series

Florida's Nelson Maldon-ado, left, and Jonathan India embrace after. McClure added three more strikeouts in the third inning, but two came after Austin Langworthy hit a two-out solo home run that bounced off the left field foul pole for an early 1-0 lead.

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  • Vladimir Putin speech motivated Russian Federation, says Cherchesov
Vladimir Putin speech motivated Russian Federation, says Cherchesov

Russian Federation eventually broke the deadlock in the 30th minute as Denis Glushakov was played through on goal by Fyodor Smolov and lobbed on-rushing Marinovic. Russian Federation will go into the game with none of their players on yellows. FIFA President Gianni Infantino says it's time to focus on soccer and not worry about the futu...

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  • ICC could axe Champions Trophy for more T20 World Cups
ICC could axe Champions Trophy for more T20 World Cups

For them, and for millions of people across Pakistan, the taste of victory was sweet. India's batting effort paled in comparison and they managed just 158 in reply in 30.3 overs. "But you have to applaud their brand of cricket and their comeback in this tournament after being crushed by India", Raju Verma, an auto driver, told AFP .

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  • Champions Pakistan move up in latest rankings
Champions Pakistan move up in latest rankings

Fakhar (114) shared a stand of 128 with Azhar Ali (59), before Mohammad Hafeez (57no) took over to power Pakistan to 338 for four - and then Amir blew away India's stellar top order as the reply folded to 158 all out, despite some memorable hitting from Hardik Pandya (76).

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