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World Britain and European Union 'get to work' on fresh Brexit talks
Author: 0 Britain and European Union 'get to work' on fresh Brexit talks

In a tacit acknowledgment that last month's opening of negotiations had achieved little, Davis said it was now crucial to "get into the substance of the matter". He added that Britain's proposal to safeguard the rights of European citizens is "good" and "I hope very much that people will look at that offer in the spirit it deserves".

World Red Alert In Odisha After Heavy Rain, IAF Choppers Pressed Into Action
Author: 0 Red Alert In Odisha After Heavy Rain, IAF Choppers Pressed Into Action

According to official sources, two rivers in Rayagada district - Bansadhara and Nagabali - were in spate and the situation was likely to aggravate in the next few hours as rains were still on as this report was filed. The district administration of Rayagada has declared closure of schools and colleges for three days in Kalyansinghpur block in view of the flood. An East Coast Railway (ECoR) official said the flash floods have affected train services in the Rayagada-Titlagarh railway section ...

World Australia to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks
Author: 0 Australia to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks

The new system, which has been approved by cabinet and the national security committee, will be announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Defence Minister Marise Payne during a visit to Sydney's Holsworthy Barracks on Monday. The two leaders met today with police officers and paramedics who responded to the June 3 attack. The controversial response of police forces to the Lindt Cafe hostage crisis in 2014 has also been looked at as a demonstration of an existing need to provide ...

World As Exports Grow, China Defends Trade With Sanctions-Hit North Korea
Author: 0 As Exports Grow, China Defends Trade With Sanctions-Hit North Korea

North Korea is under global sanctions for its development of nuclear weapons , but Kim Jong Un may still have access to luxury items for himself and officials who stay loyal to the leadership. DPRK state-media called the missile the Hwasong-14 and claimed it could strike the USA mainland. For example, in 2013, the committee authorized long-range radar systems to improve our ability to track and intercept North Korea's missiles.

World Winnie the Pooh blacklisted in China, again
Author: 0 Winnie the Pooh blacklisted in China, again

Articles about the censorship circulated on Wechat, mentioning rumours that Winnie-the-Pooh programmes were also set to be banned. Memes comparing Xi Jinping to Winnie are believed to have first emerged in 2013. Over the weekend, posts that carried images and texts related to the fictional bear were removed by Chinese censors from sites including WeChat and Weibo because it has "become too politically sensitive", the Financial Times reported.

World Box Office Results: Planet of the Apes topples Spider-Man with $56M
Author: 0 Box Office Results: Planet of the Apes topples Spider-Man with $56M

Wonder Woman it yet again the longest stay on the box office with a 7 week run and the highest total grossing film with $380 million from the U.S. box office. It's also only a few million shy of passing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 , which with $386.2 million is now the highest grossing movie of the summer so far.

Author: 0 Banco Bradesco SA (BBD) Receives $9.30 Average PT from Analysts

Capstone Asset Management Co. increased its stake in Banco Bradesco SA by 2.2% in the first quarter. Prince Street Capital Management Llc decreased its stake in Banco Bradesco S A ( BBD ) by 72.55% based on its latest 2016Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC.

World Pak Army to finalise Jadhav's fate soon
Author: 0 Pak Army to finalise Jadhav's fate soon

Jadhav has been awarded death sentence by a Pakistani military court on the charges of espionage. " Pakistan is trying to hoodwink the International Court of Justice to the extent that is possible". The Pakistan Army Chief will decide Jadhav's fate after analysing the mercy plea. "The Army chief will decide on Jadhav's appeal on merit". It said the reasons for Jadhav's conviction and incarceration suggest that Pakistan may not be legally required to allow his mother to visit him or indeed ...

World Indu Sarkar-Congress Controversy Heats Up! Madhur Cancels Press Conference
Author: 0 Indu Sarkar-Congress Controversy Heats Up! Madhur Cancels Press Conference

Indu Sarkar-Congress Controversy Heats Up! Earlier, the venue for his press conference was chosed as Pune but due to massive protest by the Congress supporters on Sunday again, the venue had to be changed to Nagpur. " Indu Sarkar ", which is set against the backdrop of Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975, has courted trouble in the recent weeks with Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam demanding that it be separately screened for him.

World Pipe falls on van in Orlando
Author: 0 Pipe falls on van in Orlando

The Florida Highway Patrol said Escobar would have been killed if the metal had landed a foot in either direction. A man in Florida miraculously survived a weird accident during which his van was completely crushed by scrap metal. Jesus Armando Escobar was on an Orlando-area highway when there was a vehicle accident on the guardrail above him. The driver of the van, a 36-year-old Orlando man, was hospitalized with minor injuries.

World Chelsea's £61m bid for fourth summer signing rejected
Author: 0 Chelsea's £61m bid for fourth summer signing rejected

New Chelsea signing Antonio Rudiger says the Stamford Bridge side are "a different level" than former club Roma, and has cited Antonio Conte as the biggest reason for his switch this summer. "Now the work starts". Wantaway Chelsea striker Diego Costa has further forced the issue of his impending departure from Stamford Bridge after he was pictured partying in an Atletico Madrid top.

World Evacuation order given to Williams Lake, BC due to wildfires
Author: 0 Evacuation order given to Williams Lake, BC due to wildfires

Aggressive wildfires have forced almost 40,000 British Columbians from their homes early into the wildfire season, with strong wind gusts pushing flames across the Fraser River and threatening to choke off major highways. "It's going to happen we just have to keep a close eye on how it unfolds". Crews continued to make good progress on the West Fraser Road complex of fires yesterday.

Author: 0 Sundar Singh Gurjar Strikes Gold at 2017 World Para Athletics Championships

It's an emotional win for the Sundar Singh after he was disqualified from Rio 2016 Paralympics as he missed his announcement call by a minute in the tournament. "If he had thrown better I would have gone a lot further as well". In the men's shotput F57 event, fellow GoSports Foundation athlete Virender Dhankar also came tantalisingly close to a podium place, ended fourth with a throw of 13.62m.

World Sung Hyun Park finishes her climb with US Women's Open title
Author: 0 Sung Hyun Park finishes her climb with US Women's Open title

Park, who finished tied for third at last year's U.S. Women's Open, took home $900,000 of a $5 million purse. With a powerfully fluid swing, she is fifth on tour in driving distance, slamming it out there more than 274 yards a pop. Park prides herself on her ability to maintain her focus in the heat of competition. "I think one of the most hard things is to to stay focused and keep that concentration level up", she said, "because I know that once you lose it, your playing is going to go just ...

World Kerala HC bans indefinite strike by Nurses' Unions under ESMA
Author: 0 Kerala HC bans indefinite strike by Nurses' Unions under ESMA

However, the United Nurses Association ( UNA ), that has been at the forefront of the protest, maintained that they will not end the strike till their demands are met. "That has not and will not change, and we will continue with our peaceful picketing and family-centered activities as we head into the final 24 hours of this forced lockout".

World Sevilla agree on fee to sign City forward Nolito
Author: 0 Sevilla agree on fee to sign City forward Nolito

A decent start to his Premier League career under Pep Guardiola quickly came crashing down following a number of disappointing performances and some disciplinary issues, with the Spaniard having become a forgotten man by the season's end.

World Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian near Ramallah
Author: 0 Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian near Ramallah

The first targeted a vehicle in the area of Ateret in the Binyamin region while the second targeted an army pillbox in Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah. Addameer has estimated that some 20 percent of Palestinians - and 40 per cent of Palestinian men - have been detained by Israel at some point in their lives.

World Linfield to probe bottle incident involving Celtic's Griffiths
Author: 0 Linfield to probe bottle incident involving Celtic's Griffiths

When the striker went to have a second go, more objects were thrown, including a glass Buckfast bottle which went just past his shoulder. The Hoops player had a missile thrown at him in the first half at Windsor Park after his corner had led to Scott Sinclair's opener, which was soon followed by a terrific Tom Rogic strike.

World IN bride gives canceled wedding party to the homeless
Author: 0 IN bride gives canceled wedding party to the homeless

With a nonrefundable contract at the venue, the Ritz Charles in Carmel, Ind., and enough gourmet food for 170 guests who would no longer be attending, Cummins chose to invite dozens of homeless people to prevent the food from going to waste.

World De Grasse wins 200m to book Diamond League finals spot
Author: 0 De Grasse wins 200m to book Diamond League finals spot

Okagbare-Ighoteguonor who holds the Nigerian record in the event (10.79 seconds) failed to build on her impressive 10.99 seconds run in London last week but however moved up to fourth in the qualification standings for the Diamond League final with 17 points after conclusion of five of six 100m qualification meetings.

Author: 0 A mild start to the week with continued rain chances

Tuesday , July 18 - Mostly sunny, with a high near 93. The NWS has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Monday , with thunderstorms and heavy rain expected throughout the area into the evening. Lows in low to mid 70s. Another similar day for Wednesday , but will be warmer with highs in the lower 90s, with heat index values near 100. Friday , July 21 - Mostly sunny, with a high near 94.