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Mumbai: The nightmare called local trains

Mumbai: The nightmare called local trains

Mumbai: The nightmare called local trains MUMBAI: After a 22-year-old Mulund woman, she took Facebook to describe how she was abused, reported and threatened with rape by a man on a Borivli-Dadar May train and poly-apathy who had her emergency appeal on The railroad helpline, many others have come forward to share similar tales of […]

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US Employers Add Strong 222K Jobs; Jobless Rate at 4.4 Pct.

US Employers Add Strong 222K Jobs; Jobless Rate at 4.4 Pct.

US Employers Add Strong 222K Jobs; Jobless Rate at 4.4 Pct. WASHINGTON (AP) – Employers in the US Added 222,000 jobs in June, the strongest in four months, an encouraging sign that businesses may have the confidence to continue hiring despite a slow-growing economy. The government also revised its employment growth estimate in April and […]

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World stocks rally, dollar up to two-month high against yen

World stocks rally, dollar up to two-month high against yen

World stocks rally, dollar up to two-month high against yen Stock markets rebounded on Monday and the dollar hit a two-month high against the yen, as strong US economic data showed. And Germany have left investors increasingly confident about the strength of the global economy. The focus has also become the biannual testimony of the […]

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China's Wanda is selling a chunk of its assets for $9.3 billion

China’s Wanda is selling a chunk of its assets for $9.3 billion

China’s Wanda is selling a chunk of its assets for $9.3 billion (Reuters) – Chinese real estate giant Dalian Wanda Group plans to sell tourist projects and hotels in the country Sunac China for 9.3 billion already made its ambitions in the theme park reduced its debt. The sale – the second largest real estate […]

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NJ Transit commuting nightmare starts today, and we're out there with you

NJ Transit commuting nightmare starts today, and we’re out there with you

NJ Transit commuting nightmare starts today, and we’re out there with you The beginning prophesied a potential nightmare scenario for seven weeks for travelers. NJ Transit began with a moan Monday, though it still awaits hell. At best pilots will ride in their New York office about 20 minutes late and have a little less […]

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Tesla sales stopped dead in Hong Kong after a tax break for electric cars was scrapped

Tesla sales stopped dead in Hong Kong after a tax break for electric cars was scrapped The decision by the Hong Kong government to eliminate a tax cut for electric vehicles would have a dramatic effect on Tesla car sales in the city. Analysis of data from the Wall Street Journal showed that the new […]

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COSCO Shipping shares climb after bid to become third-biggest container line

COSCO Shipping shares climb after bid to become third-biggest container line

COSCO Shipping shares climb after bid to become third-biggest container line SHANGHAI / HONG KONG (Reuters) – COSCO Shipping Holdings Co Ltd saw its rise on Monday, having offered 6.3 billion Hong Kong counterpart, an agreement to see it become the largest exporter of third-world containers and Emphasize the ambitions of China’s supply chain. The […]

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Cardinal George Pell Returns to Australia, Charged With Sexual Offenses

Cardinal George Pell Returns to Australia, Charged With Sexual Offenses

Cardinal George Pell Returns to Australia, Charged With Sexual Offenses SYDNEY, Australia – Cardinal George Pell returned Monday in his home Australia where he was charged with sex crimes, while a commission published a new paper from his research on the Catholic Church’s past response to allegations of violence in the country. Cardinal Pell, 76, […]

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Iraqi security forces remove the last foci of resistance from militants of the Islamic State in Mosul. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi went to Mosul on Sunday to congratulate his troops on "liberating" the city, but stopped singing victory. Activists have an area of ​​approximately 180 m in length and 45 m in width. The battle for Mosul took almost nine months, left large areas in ruins, killed thousands of civilians and displaced more than 920,000. Commanders of the US-led coalition that provides ground and air support to Iraqi forces said the urban fighting was very intense since World War II. Legend means Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met with Iraqi forces upon his arrival in Mosul By using a derogatory term to rely on an Arabic acronym for its ancient name, he said that the "remains of Daesh are besieged by a few centimeters" and expressed "their recognition by the heroic forces determined to end the myth of Daesh For good ". "One or two pockets are always controlled by militants is to have more than two options: surrender or die," he added. Monday morning, Iraqi army officials estimate that only a few dozen militants continue to resist a small part of the old city, near the west bank of the Tigris River. Most of the civilians left there were supposed to be members of the family of activists, who were used as human shields, they added. Control of Mosul over time Jonathan Beale BBC in Mosul said a steady stream of civilian population, weak by hunger and lack of water, was always carried out from the old town. Search and rescue teams have also eliminated many bodies from among the mountain debris, adds the correspondent. The UN estimates that ground fighting and air strikes have damaged more than 5,000 destroyed buildings and 490 in the densely populated old city. Legend means The BBC reports on Mosul, where rescue teams are looking for survivors "It is a relief to know that the military campaign in Mosul ends. The struggle may be over, but the humanitarian crisis is not," said UN humanitarian coordinator in Iraq Lise Grande. "Many of those who fled have lost everything, they need shelter, food, health, water, sanitation and emergency equipment.The levels of trauma that we are experiencing are the highest everywhere, what people lived is almost unimaginable" . Where is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State? After Mosul: Iraqi cities still under IS control The militants have threatened Mosul in June 2014 before taking control of large parts of northern and western Iraq. The following month, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi made his first and only public appearance as leader in the Great Mosque in al-Nuri city and delivered a speech proclaiming the creation of a "caliphate." He made the mosque exploded almost exactly three years later, when Iraqi troops were preparing to resume - a move that the Iraqi PM called a "formal statement of defeat." Our correspondent says that jihadists have lost military in Mosul, but it is not an end in Iraq nor the end of their crooked ideology. It is still controlling the territory in three areas of Iraq - around Hawija, 130 km (80 miles) southeast of Mosul; Around Tal Afar, 65 km west; And Ana Al-Qaim, in the Euphrates Valley, 250 km south-west.

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi troops clearing last IS militants

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi troops clearing last IS militants Iraqi security forces remove the last foci of resistance from militants of the Islamic State in Mosul. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi went to Mosul on Sunday to congratulate his troops on “liberating” the city, but stopped singing victory. Activists have an area of approximately 180 m […]

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The Note: Fire peers out from Trump-Russia smoke

The Note: Fire peers out from Trump-Russia smoke

The Note: Fire peers out from Trump-Russia smoke WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW TODAY Donald Trump Jr. admits a meeting with a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Trump Jr. said his father knew nothing and that there was nothing left, although Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort are […]

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